Acer had three products to announce this morning before showing off their lineup at IFA in Berlin. Along with a new 6.0-inch smartphone and a standard tablet, we're now getting a look at their more unconventional offering in a
Following closely on the heels of the Liquid S1, a roadmap leaked on August 12 showing a roadmap for the next iteration, the Acer Liquid S2. In it we saw an August 2013 launch date, something that turned out to be off only by a
IFA hasn't started yet but the ball seems to have already started rolling with Acer announcing its new 10.1-inch Iconia A3 tablet. The company has also revealed a set of new color options for its Iconia A1 and Iconia B1 tablets.
It has only been about 3 months since the folks at Acer unveiled their Liquid S1 5.7-inch phablet, and now we're already seeing details and signs that the second-gen S2 is coming soon. The Liquid S2 was outed in a leaked roadmap
UK carrier Three has just announced two new additions to its smartphone lineup. The LG Optimus L1 II is presented as a smartphone for beginners while the Acer Liquid E2 will be the operator's first Acer smartphone offering.
Acer unveiled the 5.7-inch Liquid S1 phablet back in early June and while that handset is still relatively new, it looks like the follow-up is already in the works. Taking that a step further and it looks like some details of
Back in June the popular laptop manufacturer Acer announced their new 5.7-inch Android phablet, the Acer Liquid S1 smartphone. Coming in with a massive 5.7-inch Note style display with a 720p resolution and Android 4.2 Jelly
The latest IDC report has been published and this time around they are talking tablets. The report covers the second quarter of 2013 and while it is showing Apple as sitting on top with a 32.4 percent share of the tablet market,
Sometimes, in order to differentiate one's self in the market, one has to go the opposite direction from the rest of the players. When the majority is going for phones bigger than what one hand can comfortably hold, a smaller but
The next wave of true HD is arriving with tablets breaking out past the 1080p HD level and reaching into WQHD, or as some say, Retina display. Today we're seeing some benchmark results that have revealed Acer's upcoming 2560x1440