Acer was showing a few smartphones here during Mobile World Congress, one of which was the Liquid E3. This one will be running the new Liquid user interface, and touting perks such as being able to multitask with ease, and also
Coming just ahead of Mobile World Congress, Acer has unveiled a pair of Liquid branded smartphones to fill out the mid-range lineup. The models include the Liquid E3 and the Liquid Z4. Both models seem to be heading to Europe,
Acer has become the latest to drop a Mobile World Congress teaser. This one has arrived by way of the official Acer Google+ page and includes one image (as seen above), along with some minor details. To that point, Acer has said
Acer had already made the commitment to enter the wearable space sometime this year. But those earlier reports didn't offer much in the way of a timeline, or even specifics in terms of what kinds of devices will be available.
Acer, maker of many great Android and Chrome products, will attempt to copy their success on a smaller scale. The company has announced they will be making wearable devices, with the first expected to hit shelves later this year.
Acer’s move to tablets has been quite successful. They have a slew of lower cost devices that many find attractive, if for nothing more than the price point itself. Acer, however, was a PC cornerstone. That market has since
Acer, who is no stranger to low cost devices, may have outdone themselves. Released in China, their new Tab 7 checks in at around $99. Though you might not expect much from a $99 tablet, this one has some interesting benchmarks,
Acer has unveiled their latest all-in-one monitor. The model is the TA272, which is powered by a quad-core NVIDIA Tegra process and running Android 4.2 Jelly Bean. And as equally important, the Acer TA272 measures in at 27 inches
Acer has quickly become a name synonymous with Chromebooks. Their sleek styling and incredible price points only serve to compliment the simplicity of Chrome OS. Today, Acer announces a new color option for their touchscreen
While the Consumer Electronics Show is usually an opportune time to show off something new to the crowd, Acer isn't satisfied in doing only that. Instead, it is now also announcing the next iteration of its tried and tested