Leading up to Computex Taipei next week, Acer decided to host a little shindig to show off its LumiRead e-book reader. This sounded like yet another Kindle alternative, but then Acer CEO Gianfranco Lanci appeared on the stage with something quite different.
Yes, the regular e-book reader was there, but the device in Lanci’s hands was anything but “just another Kindle clone.” In fact, what he held was an unannounced Acer powered Google Android tablet. Even Lanci himself called it a tablet.more →
Even though HTC got the clear head start on the Android thing, it seems that a lot of other companies are finally getting in on the Google smartphone action. We already know about the Motorola Droid, among others, but now we are getting our hands on the Acer A1 Liquid, the first Android phone from […]more →
Some people choose to buy a notebook for its portability. These are the kind of people that would likely value a 13-inch ultraportable subnotebook. The new Acer AS8940G-6865 is not for these kind of people. Instead, the 18.4-inch monster of a laptop is very much a desktop replacement machine and it has the horsepower to […]more →
This has certainly been a very long time coming and it’s not really coming in the form of a netbook just yet, but we’re almost there. The nettop market seems to be growing and Acer is bringing one of the most powerful offerings to the table with the upgraded Acer AspireRevo R3610-U9012. This is quite […]more →