Freshly posted up on YouTube and awaiting your viewing pleasure is a ten minute clip showing off the capabilities of the soon-to-be released Acer Aspire 1825PT tablet PC.
Curiously set in a darkened room showing a lady (ladyboy?) reclining on a sofa and getting all interactive on the tablet’s ass, the video by gkeastern slobbers over the sleek and slim lines of the Windows 7 powered tablet.
Get your rocks on
Featuring a capacitive touchscreen display that can handle multitouch input and packing a full hardware keyboard, there’s certainly a lot here to pique our interest, although the long lingering looks at piles of rocks in the video baffled us.
The tablet can be used like a traditional laptop with the Intel Core 2 Duo SU7300 dual-core processor able to run the usual essential apps like Office and Photoshop, as well as surfing the web, email and browsing photos.
Flip the screen over, and it turns into a tablet that’s ready and waiting for your finger input, or perhaps a bit of sketching whilst you saucily loll about on the sofa in the shadows.
Incidentally, the video was shot on Canon EOS 550D DSLR.