Acer: We Aren't Giving Up On Tablets Just Yet
Evidently the company's board has talked about their "product development and streamlining its corporate organization, and has consented to strategies of simplifying operational goals through focusing on profitable products." While quitting isn't an option on the table right now, it's still possible that adjustments in these divisions will be made if numbers don't improve. And honestly, we don't have a huge amount of faith that they will. The iPod proved that it's tough to crack a market that Apple has firmly under control, unless you battle on price -- and who is really going to match the value proposition of the Kindle Fire? Smells like a duopoly killing off the rest, in a way.