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.
Microsoft has never really seriously pursued the PC hardware side of things, instead teaming with large manufacturers for computers and smartphones.
Acer has debuted its Aspire Timeline M5 lineup of Ultrabooks, which weigh in at 4.3 pounds and measure .81 inches thin.
Acer has rolled out the Aspire S5, an uber-thin Ultrabook weighing in at just 2.65 lbs and measuring .044 inches at its thinnest point.
Acer has just revealed its latest Android tablet.
Acer is showcasing two upcoming Windows 8 tablets at Computex 2012 in Taiwan: the Iconia W510 and W700.
The retailer that needed to prove its relevance in a changing landscape may have done just that.
Intel's Ultrabook has been around for a while, but so far sales have remained lower than Santa Clara anticipated.
Some techies are adamant about running Windows as their operating system of choice and would probably never even seriously considering loading another one.
Acer has debuted the Iconia Tab A510, a new tablet powered by Nvidia's quad-core Tegra 3 processor.
A formidable, full-size Android tablet is ready to take on the iPad in the pricing department.
Although it hasn't really made a dent in the competitive tablet market yet, Acer does not plan on giving up.
Although Samsung may be leaving the netbook market to seek its fortunes elsewhere, Acer has absolutely no intention of ditching the still lucrative space.
Acer has confirmed that its first Intel-powered Ultrabook will debut in North America at a $900 price point.
Intel may want to believe that its Ultrabooks will clock in at under $1,000, but PC manufacturers beg to differ.
Intel may be betting big on Ultrabooks, but a number of first-tier notebook vendors plan on limiting their initial shipments to well below 50,000 units.
Acer's newest Android tablet is now available in stores, making it one of the most affordable Honeycomb devices on the market.
Acer is reportedly prepping a number of Intel x86-powered "ultrabooks" for a possible Q4 2011 launch.
Nokia may have launched its first and last Meego-powered smartphone, but Intel remains determined to press ahead with the development of its versatile Linux-based operating system.
One of the biggest complaints about Windows is that vendors often feel Microsoft doesn't provide enough room to differentiate.