You gotta hand it to Acer for giving its products self-explanatory names. The company just announced the Aspire Switch 10, and it's pretty much exactly what it sounds like. Which is to say, it's a 10.1-inch Windows device that switches (get it?) from one mode to another. In particular, it's a tablet with a magnetic keyboard dock, allowing you to use it as a tablet, a clamshell laptop, or in one of two hybrid modes: "Display" (with the screen facing away) and "Tent" (upside down). In practice, then, it's kind of a cross between Lenovo's Yoga series and Lenovo's reversible ThinkPad Helix tablet. The big difference: it has a much lower-power processor than the Helix, and doesn't accept pen input. Even so, we suspect Lenovo's laughing somewhere.