In Pictures: Winning Windows 8 tablets for travel

At a Clover Trail coming-out party, Intel showed off its mid-range Windows 8 hybrid devices. Here's a look at the features of some of the new Clover Trail devices that make them a winning choice for your next travel PC.

Acer Iconia W510

Boasting a 10.1-inch, 1280x800 display, the W510 doesn't offer quite the screen real estate of its 11.6-inch Clover Trail competitors, but it's just 8.9mm thick and 1.27 pounds -- or 2.78 pounds including the keyboard dock, which reportedly extends battery life to 18 hours.

The tablet connects to its dock with a seemingly sturdy click, but only extended PCWorld testing will prove out durability. The tablet includes speakers, a SIM slot, and microSD, microUSB and HDMI ports. The dock adds a full-size USB 2.0 port. The industrial design didn't wow us compared to other tablets we saw at the event, but, who knows, some people may appreciate the cheery, bright styling.

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