Let's see what we've gotten for you about Mobile, Laptop, and Tablet at Day 2 of Computex Taipei 2011.
Over at COMPUTEX Taipei 2011, Acer for the first time has showcased a 10-inch MeeGo based tablet running off Intel Atom (Moorestown) platform. Acer Iconia M500 has a resolution of 1280×800 and has a snackable UI with a widget in circle shape. This MeeGo tablet is slated for launch later this year. We have included
Not entirely unexpected, Google's first Chromebook partners will be Acer and Samsung and both companies have a model that will go on sale in the US on the 15th of June. Surprisingly the two models are quite different in terms of not only in terms of features, but also cost. In fact, the only similarity is
Taiwan is blessed with the latest Android 3.0 Honeycomb tablets from ASUS and Acer as they are now selling in a local PC exhibition taking place this week. These proved to be selling pretty well as the lack of Apple iPad 2 in their market spurs consumers to turn to other (better) alternatives. ASUS's Eee Pad
Until very recently, Acer was the only major notebook OEM which had yet to update its entire product line with models that featured Intel's new Sandy Bridge platform. However, if you have been waiting all this while for a low-priced notebook that packs the latest specifications from the likes of Acer, today is going to
Will you spend good money to purchase a keyboard-less notebook? Well, Acer apparently thinks that there exists people out there who are willing to do so, if only just to show the world that they are way ahead of the times where computer technology is concerned. And if tapping away on a touchscreen is definitely
Want a computer screen that’s more than just a screen? Then maybe the Acer DX241H is what you’ve been waiting for, as beyond being a 24-inch full HD 1920×1080 resolution display with D-sub and HDMI input, it can do a lot more. Acer calls it the Web Surf Station and it’s pretty much a smart
It might not look like much, but Acer's upcoming RMTP-S1Q remote is a step in the right direction as far as we're concerned when it comes to basic navigation of a home theatre PC. It can be used as both a touch pad and a basic remote control, although it's not as fancy as the
The first notebooks with Intel's dual core mobile Sandy Bridge processors have just started to arrive at retailers, at least if you're lucky enough to live in Taiwan, although other countries should have them soon too and the first two models we've spotted are both from Acer. Intel's little chipset snafu has delayed the shipment
We went past Acer at the MWC and got some hands on time with the Iconia Tab W500 AMD Ontario tablet that also doubles up as a netbook thanks to its keyboard dock. We also took a quick look at the Iconia Tab A500 and A100 Android tablets, both sporting a Tegra 250 SoC and Android
Playing games on the PC is definitely one of the more enjoyable ways to pass the time, thanks to the wide variety of PC-only titles and the introduction of extremely powerful hardware specially dsigned for such purposes. That being said, if something is worth doing, then it is definitely worth overdoing as well, and gaming
Claims made by higher authority in large corporations can make for interesting reading material, especially when their predictions about how the market will react to certain issues do not always go as planned. And Acer is no exception to the rule. Barely four months after its president claimed that netbooks can hold its own against
Acer has debut their line of new products at this year’s CES show including Aspire 5253 and 4253 which are based on AMD Fusion processors; ICONIA Windows 7 tablet; and Liquid Mini Android smartphones.
Acer, ASUS and Lenovo are among some of the laptop manufacturers who intend to go head-on with Apple in the thin and light notebook PC segment. Expect to see the slim and stylish offerings from the various companies early next year.
When it comes to getting cheap consumer electronics products built with hardware specifications found on much more pricier alternatives, Acer is probably unrivalled. And from the looks of it, it seems that 2011 will be a very interesting year for the bargain-hunter, for Acer has just announced its intention to launch three new devices next
Acer will be launching their new tablet device in U.S. tomorrow ahead of Thanksgivings, in order to attract shoppers in this festive period. Aimed to compete with Apple’s iPad, the company has decided to launch it in (where else?) New York, also known as The Big Apple.
Just because Acer has been fairly quiet on the smartphone front does not mean that the company does not have any new products in store to offer to its customers. The company has just announced its new Acer Liquid Metal smartphone which run on Froyo and is touted to bring several new performance and userbility
Apparently, Acer Inc thinks that having only one operating system on a netbook is too limiting for users. That is probably why the company has announced a new policy: all future Acer Aspire One netbooks fitted with dual-core processors will gain an additional Android OS alongside the bundled Windows 7 as part of the standard
Dual-core Atoms? Who needs them, you might ask. Apparently, enough of them for Acer to justify a new netbook, the D255, which sports the dual-core Atom N550 processor instead of the single-core N455 found in most netbooks today. Read on for more information.
Digitimes reports that Acer, ASUS and Hewlett-Packard all plan to release netbooks and ultra-portable notebooks in Q1 2011, based on AMD’s Ontario APU. Ontario will be the first Fusion product to release – a high efficiency small die dual-core CPU, a DDR3 controller, a PCI-e controller, and a DX11 GPU, all on the same die.