Conclusion: We like the Acer Aspire P3: it's made with quality materials, the Bluetooth keyboard case is attractive and functional and the tablet has a lovely display. But it's hard to recommend over Acer's own Iconia W700 with a faster CPU, somewhat longer battery life and a full HD display for nearly the same price. The W700 is sometimes bundled with a dock and normal portable Bluetooth keyboard and that's a versatile option for those who plan to use it on the desk often.
Conclusion: Given the Iconia Tab’s similar design, slightly better components, better and brighter screen, and much longer battery life, it’s hard to argue for the lesser P3, given the two tablets’ prices are so similar, at least as of this writing. At $900, the Aspire P3 is also in the same price territory as Microsoft’s Surface Pro, which also has better components and a 1080p screen, though you’ll have to pay extra for the keyboard cover.
Pros: IPS screen offers nice contrast and viewing angles, Keyboard case included
Cons: Expensive considering competition, Battery life isn’t great, Screen could be brighter, Similarly priced competition has higher-resolution screens
Conclusion: If you're looking for a Windows tablet for working on the move, the Acer Aspire P3 has a lot to offer at a great price. However, minuscule storage space and low quality keyboard mean it's still a poor replacement for a laptop.
Excerpt: A guardarlo sembra un faldone di documenti perfettamente regolare: merito dell'involucro in similpelle che veste l'ultimo Ultrabook Acer di un'eleganza tutta particolare. Aspire P3 si appella al senso estetico degli utenti con un design originale, ma deve confrontarsi con problemi strutturali e con una concorrenza che sta per proporre i suoi ultrabook di prossima generazione con processori Intel Haswell. L'aspetto esteriore è uno dei due punti di forza del P3.