If you're hard up and in the market for a tablet-come-laptop, you might be interested in the latest additions to Acer's Switch range: 10-inch tablets with plug-in keyboards that are pretty damn cheap. There are two new models in the range: The Switch V 10 and Switch One 10. Both of them hide quad-core Intel Atom processors and either 32GB and 64 GB of storage within their 10-inch tablet frames. The One 10 will cost $US200 ($279) when it becomes available in the US over winter, and will be available in Europe in July. The V 10 will be priced at $US250 ($348) when it is available in the US later this year, and in Europe in September. (Australian pricing has yet to be confirmed.) The extra $US50 ($70) will snag you a USB Type-C port, an extra hour or so of battery life and a slightly more streamlined design. The old Switch 10 E was respectable enough, so these devices ought be respectable, too.
Elsewhere, Acer has also announced some new monitors and business-focused laptops that you can go look at if you hate yourself.