Acer's Switch 7 Black Edition is a rare game-ready tablet
The Acer Switch 7 Black Edition does a few things differently from Microsoft Surface Pro.
It adds a self-deploying kickstand, and Nvidia MX150 GPU, and a form of a liquid cooling to keep everything running smoothly, all without the help of any fan.
But I'm really most impressed that this model includes the magnetic clip on keyboard cover and even a stylist.
Microsoft and some other tablet makers make you buy those must have accessories separately.
The kickstand gets a smart upgrade that deceptively simple but amazingly useful in real world situations.
Called the auto stand, uses two black buttons at the very bottom edge to automatically pop out the kickstand when you put it down against a flat surface.
It's not rocket science, but it's much better than manually working your finger nails under some other tablet kickstands and awkwardly pulling them out.
The NVIDIA mx150 GPU is a nice bonus It's not a high end gaming card but it's fine for your Fortnite addiction and most main stream games of lower detail settings and resolutions.
But watch your hands even with the liquid cooling the back can get pretty hot while gaming.
If you want to play games you might be better off with a dedicated gaming PC.
If you want a lighter more portable detachable there's always the Surface Pro or HPX2.
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