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Acer to launch first all-in-one Chromebase computer this month

Acer is set to expand its product line through industry first all-in-one computer devices running on Chrome OS. Acer is no stranger to the Chrome OS via its Chromebook offerings, but these two devices – a non-touchscreen all-in-one computer and a variant with touchscreen – will be a whole new product line for the Taiwan-based outfit, and the products are set to be available in the US market this month.

Acer announces three new wearables for Liquid Leap lineup

At the ongoing Computex event in Taiwan, Acer just announced that they are releasing not one, not two, but actually three new wearables as part of their Liquid Leap line. Leap Active is for "socially active young-minded" users, Leap Fit is for those who use wearables for fitness-related reasons, and the Leap Curve are for those who want their wearables to still fit in with their fashion style. All three new devices can track activities, receive notifications, and have intuitive touch screens.

Acer unveils new tri-SIM, 4000mAh smartphone, Liquid X2

If you're wondering why you would ever need a smartphone that can house three SIM cards in its body, then you've probably never been to Asia, where dual SIM and now triple SIM devices seem to be flooding the market. Acer has unveiled one of their newest smartphones, and yes, it does have the ability to have three different numbers or carriers in its tiny body. Will the Acer Liquid X2 convince you that you need one in your life?

Acer working on Android Predator gaming tablet

After all those devices recently introduced in a tech event, Acer still has another one up its sleeves: an Android gaming tablet. Not that an Android tablet can't be used for gaming but this one which is slated to be released in the market in the last quarter is special. Tablet is expected to be focused just on gaming and this one looks really tough and a bit futuristic with those edges.

Acer outs new Iconia tablets, Chromebook with 15.6-inch display

Taiwanese hardware giant Acer just launched a slew of new products from smartphones to tablets to gaming displays to notebooks running Windows and Chrome OS. This was only after the launch of the first Chrome-powered All-in-One computer a couple of weeks ago. In a special event held in New York City, the company showcased several devices that will probably make you dizzy. We find it interesting that Acer introduced all these things in one event instead of making smaller announcements for each product.

Acer’s Iconia Tab 10: Full HD, fingerprint proof, Android KitKat

If you're in the market for a new not so expensive (which also means not so high-end in terms of specs) tablet, Acer is giving you an alternative from the more popular brands that you see in the market. The Iconia Tab 10 is a 10.1-inch tablet that has a 1910x1200 IPS full HD display. It's a decent device if all you want to do is watch a few videos and use it as a personal digital assistant, with the occasional games thrown in.

Acer upgrades Chromebox CXI with 4th-gen IntelCore i3 chip

August of last year, Acer launched the Chromebox CXI that supports TPM 1.2 and a small footprint. Half a year later, the Taiwanese company updates the CXI lineup by adding a model that runs the 4th-gen IntelCore i3 4030U dual-core processor and supports 4k and 2K displays. Chromebox is now easier to manage and deploy, thanks to the Google Management Console, a web-based console that lets anyone control a set of Chrome OS-powered computers.

Acer now to “ship” Swype virtual keyboard to selected devices

If you have an Acer smartphone, specifically some of the newer ones, and if you're tired or bored of using the built-in keyboard, your OEM has great news for you. They have just signed a partnership with app developer Nuance and this means that virtual keyboard Swype will be heading to your smartphone pretty soon. It will take you a bit of time to learn its continuous touch keyboard, but once you've gotten the hang of it, normal keyboads will soon lose its appeal for you.

Acer announces new members of its Liquid smartphone series

New Mobile World Congress, new smartphones in the market to choose from. Acer announced in time for the tech convention in Barcelona two new affordable smartphones in their Liquid series: the Z220 and the Z520. The former is being touted as an affordable secondary device for those who are not just content with one or may need another one for business or extra activities while the latter is shown off for its multi-media capabilities.
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