As we wrap up the news for this fine Wednesday, we've got a few system reviews to check out. Take a look at the Acer Aspire S7-191 Touchscreen Ultrabook Lapotp over at TweakTown for starters. This is a pretty decent entry level system that cores 84% and is worth checking out. They also have the big-brother to the first one as they look at the Aspire S7-391 Touchscreen Ultrabook as well.
The ASUS VivoBook X202E Laptop makes its mark at HardwareSecrets and after giving this unit a run through their benchmarking gauntlet, the deem that this unit is basically a touchscreen netbook. That may be exactly what you're looking for and then again it may be exactly not.
On the tablet side of things, the ASUS VivoTab Smart ME400C tablet reviewed at TechReport is pretty much ASUS' version of the Microsoft Surface. This is a full-on Windows 8 tablet (not RT) and when you look at the selling price of $429.99 - it's not a bad choice and will ruffle some iPad and Nexus 10 feathers.
Maybe you are looking for something abit more portable and fun - that's where the Raspberry Pi comes in. TechReviews has some fun with this little device and shares their thoughts. If you want a larger open-source device, check out TechPowerUp's review of the Giada Q11 Android OS Mini PC. If you love Android, but want a little smaller package that is more portable, check out the Samsung Galaxy Note II Phablet review at TweakTown and find out if this slab is good for you.
Lastly, we'll get some real game on with the iBUYPOWER Revolt SFF Desktop Gaming PC also at TweakTown and see what iBUYPOWER throws into this box for the gamer.