The annual PC Show 2010 took off at Suntec Convention Centre in Singapore today, with a huge turn out even before the 12 noon show time. Seems like the public has been eagerly anticipating the new bargains that would be offered on the tech gadgets and other products.
Who says that COMPUTEX has to be all about enthusiast-level gadgets and peripherals? VR-Zone takes a trip down to the exhibitions halls over at TWTC and TICC to bring you some of the latest consumer electronics up on display. Of course, some of these will probably never see the light of day outside Taiwan, but
The annual Mobile World Congress kicked off in Barcelona, Spain on 15th February with a huge turn out of mobile professionals who came from all over the world. The four-day event will see announcements from various companies including Google, Microsoft and Samsung.
Acer’s lineup of “Pinetrail” netbooks were revealed some time ago but was officially announced by Acer just recently. Lets see what Acer’s netbooks have to offer.
Acer Japan has launched its newest ECO LCD, sporting a nice slim design at 14.5mm thin. This is a 24 inch model targeted at reducing power consumption.
Acer has announced their latest 15.6-inch Aspire laptop that offers users a 3D view without the need of special glasses, promising superior images on gaming and movie watching. Best of all, you can turn the 3D effect off with a touch of a button.
In a recent move by Intel that the upcoming Pine Trail-M platform Atom N450 processor has been delayed to 2010, Acer and ASUS have frozen the launch of new netbook platforms.
In a recent news release by Businesswire, Acer announced their latest lineup of Timeline laptops for the budget conscious, yet offering a range of multimedia features in a stylish design.
In a note by Acer’s chairman – JT Wong, the Android netbooks recently announced by Acer will actually ship as dual-boot systems with both Android and Windows.
Carrying on from part 1, we are bringing you a roundup of the AIOs and Mini PCs. More updates to come, stay tuned!
Acer has launched their easyStore AH340-UA230N with built-in Windows Home Server. Call it a home server or something, its penetration to the market is its first. Specifications ain’t too shabby and prices look decent. Here’s what it have
With many small form factor mini notebook PCs (or also known as netbooks) available in the market today, which one should you go for? We have a look at 10 current offerings, though in the end, but ultimately, it will still be your choice on the one you like.
Acer Japan is retailing their latest lineup for netbooks – Aspire One D250 and their notebook – AS3935. Sleek and good looking, let’s see what they have got.
Acer is well-known for their desktop and notebook PCs, but recently, it has stepped into the mobile phone market. At the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, the manufacturer has introduced four smartphones for both casual users and business professionals.
The TravelMate 6593 and 6493 are the latest Acer notebook PCs aimed at corporate and small-to-medium (SMB) business professionals. Powered by Intel Centrino® 2 with vPro™ technology and equipped with Intel® integrated 3D Graphics Media Accelerator X4500MHD, both the TravelMate 6593 and 6493 promise superb graphic performance and video processing.