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With just a handful of exceptions, all-in-one (AIO) systems aren't exactly known for being easy to service and/or upgrade. We've seen a few AIOs that buck the unfortunate anti-DIY trend, and it appears Acer's new Veriton Z Series 20-inch class AIOs will fall into the user-friendly category as well. Acer's new AIOs... Read more...
It wasn't that long ago when netbooks ruled the low-cost laptop market. For the most part, that fad has fizzled out, though not before passing the torch to Chromebooks, which are low-cost laptops running Google's cloud-oriented Chrome operating system. Acer has been riding the Chromebook bandwagon ever since it came... Read more...
The only place you can score Acer's new M5-583P-6428 laptop is at Best Buy, where it's being offered exclusively for $700. It features a 10-point multi-touch display powered by a 4th generation Intel Core i5 4200U dual-core processor (Haswell) clocked at 1.6GHz (2.6GHz via Turbo) with 3MB of cache and Intel HD... Read more...
Guess what's coming to your local Walmart? Google Chromebooks. In what may soon prove to be the Chromebook's biggest push yet, Google and Acer have convinced a store that is notoriously difficult to snag shelf space on to give them just that. The new Acer C710-2856, is now available at 2,800 Walmart stores for the low price of only $199. The... Read more...
Since even before the release of Windows 8, Acer has been one of the more outspoken critics of Microsoft's hardware strategy, especially as it pertains to Surface RT/Pro. As for smartphones, however, Acer's been a little more receptive, although it still isn't ready to make the jump into Windows Phone 8 territory... Read more...
Remember the S3 Ultrabook? In 2011, it was an icon in design. Today, the competition is a bit more heated, hence Acer's reasoning behind updating the machine as Computex kicks off in Taiwan. The newly-revised, Windows 8-equipped Aspire S3 Ultrabook integrates some key components from the flagship Aspire S7 series, raising the bar all around.... Read more...
You expect to see lots of product announcements at a show like Computex, but Acer is announcing a slew of them, starting with the previously-rumored Acer Iconia W3. The 8.1-inch (1280x720) tablet runs a full version of Windows 8 and comes with Microsoft Office pre-installed. It runs on an Intel Atom Z2760 chip and... Read more...
Acer President Jim Wong earlier this month stated he doesn't see the value proposition in Windows RT tablets, but that doesn't mean Acer wants nothing to do with Windows 8. Need definitive proof of that? Just head over to Acer's Finnish website and spy a new entry for its upcoming Iconia W3, an 8-inch Windows 8 tablet... Read more...
Microsoft earlier this week said it's sold 100 million Windows 8 licenses to date, though admitted that figure includes pre-installed copies of the touch-friendly operating system to retailers and OEMs. Perhaps a better gauge of where Windows 8 stands is to look at its market share, which is up slightly in April... Read more...
Look, it's the Nexus 7. Look closer, and you'll see that it's not. No, this is Acer's attempt to one-up Asus' Nexus 7, and it's called the Iconia A1 Tablet. Marketed as a "one-handed tablet," this 7" Android slate offers up a 7.9" LED-backlit (IPS) display with a 1024x768 screen resolution, a 5MP camera, 7-hour battery life, MediaTek Quad... Read more...
New notebooks seem to be hitting store shelves on the regular these days, and Acer's making sure it's not left out of the trending party. The companies Aspire V Series was updated this week, with the V5 and V7 lines getting pretty nice overhauls for those in the market for a new ultraportable or standard-sized laptop. Starting at just $499,... Read more...
After teasing the Aspire R7 in a Star Trek-themed ad, the PC maker has finally made the convertible laptop official. And it’s released a new YouTube video – one that goes into a little more detail about what the R7 is meant to be. Whether or not this laptop succeeds, the R7 is a bold move by Acer. As the... Read more...
Surprise, surprise, Google's Chromebook platform is enjoying a bit of popularity of these days. Perhaps it's because of the price drops or maybe the market simply needs a netbook replacement. Whatever the reason, Asus is confident about the long-term outlook and is reportedly planning to launch its first Chromebook... Read more...
As far as the accuracy of rumors go, one good sign that you’re either spot on or really, really far off is if the company that’s the object of the speculation specifically asks you to remove information from your site. That’s apparently what happened with French site Minimachines, which leaked photos... Read more...
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