Conclusion: The Acer Iconia 6120 is a unique and innovative take on multitasking, but the virtual keyboard and Acer's touch software pack aren't ready for prime time.
Pros: Dual screens equals lots of screen real estate. Innovative touch software bundle. Reasonably priced. USB 3.0 port included. Its TouchBrowser utilizes both screens.
Cons: Virtual keyboard will anger and flummox most typists. Big and heavy for a tablet or laptop. Bottom screen is hard to use under a bright light. Media card slot reader is an external USB attachment. Gesture editor and number of other utilities are too BETA to use. Paltry battery life. Lacks a good 3D chip for CAD and serious graphics designers.
Summary: We've slammed a lot of Windows-based consumer tablets for not taking the touch experience seriously, so Acer deserves some credit for innovating here. The Acer Ring interface on the Iconia 6120 is a cool way to interact with the notebook; the touch keyboard is workable; and SocialJogger represents a fresh way to access social network information in a single place. Still, this notebook is heavy and its battery life is short.
Summary: Couple of days back almost nothing was known about the newest baby of Acer but the dark clouds of uncertainty have certainly dissolved now. There are confirmed reports of Acer coming out with their all new Iconia 6120 Tablet which is said to revolutionize the world of Tablets. It is to be noted that most of the companies speak of the same thing when they launch a new product, however it is to be seen whether the Acer Iconia 6120 truly stands a chance.