Although Acer is still one of the world’s leading PC makers, it hasn’t had much luck in the tablet market.
Acer has debuted an Intel x86-powered smartphone built around the latter company's Lexington SoC architecture which is aimed at emerging mobile markets.
Hewlett Packard (HP) will apparently be launching a slick Chromebook on February 17.
Acer has debuted the Iconia B1-A71, which can best be described as a budget-friendly Android tablet with a price tag under $150.
Acer is reportedly prepping a new 7-inch Android tablet that will carry an uber-low price tag of $99.
There are currently three primary Chromebooks on the market: Samsung's ARM-powered device, Acer's $199 Intel x86-based (Celeron 847) laptop and Acer's $300 C710-2605 which apparently rolled out earlier today.
Acer has introduced a Windows 8-powered ultraportable PC lineup targeted at students and budget-conscious users.
Compact yet full-featured Revo RL80 will make for an impressive HTPC.
Acer says it does not want to be a guinea pig.
Acer's Android Iconia Tab A110 will hit the streets for a cool $230.
Acer has introduced a pair of new all-in-one computers designed specifically to run Windows 8.
Acer has introduced a Windows 8-powered tablet PC dubbed the Iconia W510.
Of all the places you might expect the latest technological advancement to show up first...the Home Shopping Network isn't usually the first that comes to mind.
Acer's Iconia W700 Windows 8-powered tablet will cost between $800-$1,000 - depending on options.
Acer has become one of the first tablet manufacturers to specifically announce some of its devices won't ever move beyond Android 4.0.
Acer isn't the biggest name in Android tablets, but it is getting one of the first tablet updates to the latest Google firmware.
Acer's Iconia Tab may be one of the first tablets to get a Jelly Bean upgrade.
Recently, certain execs at Acer made some rather strong comments about Microsoft’s upcoming Surface tablet.
Redmond seems quite intent on ignoring vendor concerns over its upcoming Surface tablet.
Last week we reported that PC vendors - including Hewlett Packard (HP) - were up in arms over Microsoft's recent decision to enter the lucrative tablet market with its indigenously designed Surface device.