Want an inexpensive tablet that doesn't compromise on screen size? You'll want Acer Iconia Tab A200 — a 10.1-inch tablet that runs on Android 3.2 Honeycomb (to be upgraded to 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich) and has a beefy dual-core processor.
Ultrabooks, those super thin and light notebook computers that Intel and the rest of the PC world are pushing to combat Apple's MacBook Air are about to get a whole lot bigger next year — 15-inch screen big.
PC users, here is your MacBook Air clone. Leaked design pics show Acer's Aspire 3951 — a 13.3-inch Ultrabook (Intel's name for new tier of thin and light notebooks) that looks like it hopped off the Apple factory line in the middle of the night.
It can be tough to discern the difference between an innovation or a gimmick in the computer world. One handy test: is the feature continually useful? In the case of this detachable touchpad on Acer's upcoming Aspire Ethos, we're going to venture a guess that it will be.
Acer's weirdo dual-screen laptop/tablet hybrid, the Iconia-6120, has been priced, and it's gonna set you back. $1,200, to be specific.
It appears that size is really starting to matter when it comes to smartphones. Following hot on the heels of the huge Dell Streak, this new 4.8-inch Android powered monster from Acer, makes the iPhone's highly touted 3.5-inch retina display...
There will soon be some new players in the quickly-growing field of Android-based tablets, as Acer has announced a plan to start shipping both a 7- and 10.1-inch tablets next April.
Well, folks, looks like this whole tablet war is getting closer to kicking off. Acer CEO Gianfranco Lanci pulled out a full-color, 7-inch slate that is definitely not an e-reader. And this from a company that didn't want to make tablets in the first place. Tsk!
Here we were thinking we had to wait until at least November for the first hardware running the Google Chrome OS. But look who could be the first out of the gate with the netbook-friendly operating system: It's Acer. If...
Here it is, the PC we've been waiting for. Could this be the laptop of the future? The rumormongers at DigiTimes might be pulling our leg, but we hope not because this ultrathin and frameless Acer notebook with a touchscreen...