Summary: It's pretty cool to have real Windows (not Win8 RT / ARM CPU) on a tablet, since it'll run any existing software that would run on your laptop/desktop. It's also really annoying to not have a real keyboard if you're trying to do actual work on this thing. The case/keyboard accessory doesn't seem to exist here on Amazon, either. The only place I've found it available is direct from Acer for $90 which is kind of expensive.
Summary: I have found this tablet/pc to b an awesome investment.the icons are so easy to maneuver,and it's speed is great.i has a lot of tutorials to help me navigate the windows8.1 and,I am so glad I purchased it. would highly recommend to anyone.
Summary: I so regret buying it. I purchased it in November. In January the P key on the bluetooth keyboard stopped working unless you pounded on it. Acer did replace it, just fine and figured out how to synch it. However, then 2 months later the new keyboard ran out of battery charge, once charged it wouldn't re-synch additionally the Windows key had stopped working. I called Acer and they recommended I return it to have the operating system re installed.
Summary: I've had this tablet for about a month and I very happy with it. It's fast enough for pretty much everything I do and it runs all the programs I throw at it. It does have autocorrect and auto cap so I suppose the other person has it turned off. Battery life is a consistent 6 hrs. I have it upgraded to 8.1 and with Acronis backup, Word, Excel, and several of my own programs it still has 29 gb of free space. Would buy it again in a heartbeat.
Summary: I used it for 7 month and bluetooth keyboard doesn't work now. I would like to reinstall windows 8 but recovery disc doesn't work properly. There is no partition for reinstall automatically. I strongly suggest not to buy this product.
Summary: This is a great choice for students like myself. This ultrabook is lightweight and compact enough to fit into my backpack with lots of room to spare for all of my books and paper notebooks. Getting used to the new layout and operating system is the only thing I struggled with, but even that was short-lived. I would have given the ultrabook five stars but the product description said that it included Microsoft Office 2013; however it did not.
Summary: This tablet functions perfectly acceptably for a low end touch screen. Windows 8 is wonky, but you can read other reviews for that. My main objection is with Acer and their support processes. The Aspire P3 ships only with DVD recovery media, yet has no internal DVD drive. If your device needs to be restored, you could either purchase an external DVD drive, or Acer will send you a USB recovery drive at the cost of $44.95 plus shipping.