The unusual Acer Iconia is a $1,200 all-purpose laptop that’s being marketed as a “touchbook” due to its dual 14” touchscreen displays. The touchscreen software works surprisingly well and the laptop is easy to type on.

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At a Glance
  • Though Acer did a decent job with the touch features, replacing the lower deck with a touchscreen is a poor trade-off. Read the full review

    Pros

    • Dual multitouch screens offer unique capabilities
    • Stylish design

    Cons

    • Uses last-gen Intel processor
    • Poor battery life
    • Soft keyboard slows typing
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