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Taiwanese company Acer has introduced two new models of smart phones that will come at affordable prices. Acer Liquid E3 has a 4.7 inch 720p IPS screen, quad-core processor clocked at 1.2 GHz, 1 GB of RAM and 4 GB of internal memory for data storage. The rear camera is a 13 megapixel with Acer's super-fast focus and f/1.8 aperture. The operating system is an older version of Android, 4.2.2 Jelly Bean. Upgrade to Android 4.4 KitKat for this device should appear by the end of this year.

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Sunday, 17 November 2013 20:25

Acer Chromebook for only $200

Acer has unveiled Chromebook which bears a mark C720-2848. It is a 11.6 inch notebook with a 1.4-GHz Intel Celeron processor based on the Haswell architecture.

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Sunday, 17 November 2013 18:40

Acer TravelMate X313-M

Microsoft Surface Pro 2 just got competition in the form of a new 11.6 inch TravelMate hybrids X313-M backed by Acer.

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Thursday, 10 October 2013 21:28

Acer C270 Chromebook

Acer unveiled the Acer C270 Chromebook, successor of last year's model C7 with the new Intel Haswell architecture. Latest C270 is a laptop from series of lightweight and thin devices based on Google's operating system, Chrome OS.

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Friday, 09 August 2013 16:32

Acer moves focus from PCs to tablets


Gartner's predictions for the 2013 are not in favor of Acer. According to their report they expected a decline of Acer's share in a PC market by 44 percent compared to the 2012, which is the biggest drop among all the leading vendors in the business that still stumbles. In fact, the only exception is Lenovo which is projected to grow by 11 percent on a Windows PC market.

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Thursday, 08 August 2013 15:40

OEMs Leaving Microsoft as Fast as Consumers Now

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When Microsoft first announced their Surface tablet and their intention to become a “devices and services” company the market had a moment of clarity. Here was a situation where a huge partner in the PC business looked to be turning their backs on all of the companies that once supported them. We heard from multiple vendors and all agreed that the move by Microsoft to be secretly developing their own product after viewing all of their submissions was seriously underhanded.  What made things even more disappointing for OEM partners was that Microsoft was also pushing them to sell their cloud services on top of directly competing with them. It was not a happy time for most OEMs, but the majority of them decided to give it a chance and see if Steve Ballmer’s vision would pay off in the end.

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Tuesday, 16 July 2013 21:16

Acer gives up on Thunderbolt


Acer gives up the Thunderbolt interface in favor of widespread USB 3.0. According to the official announcement, Acer in the recent line of computers no longer intends to implement Thunderbolt, but also wants to focus their attention to fast USB 3.0 interface.

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Thursday, 06 June 2013 21:41

Free Office with small Windows 8 tablets


Microsoft published some very interesting news - a tiny tablet with Windows 8 based on x86 hardware is supplied with free Office 2013 Home & Student edition.

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Monday, 20 May 2013 21:39

Acer Iconia W3 official information


The rumors about Acer ICONIA W3-810 were going around for quite some time, but they always came from unverified sources. Although the device has not yet been introduced, the company's site in the Finnish market posted official information about it

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Despite there being no clear reason to do so it looks like Microsoft is going to go ahead and push out a smaller version of their Windows 8/RT tablets. The information was leaked accidentally today by Acer Finland. The new product is going to be called the Iconia W3-810. When the rumor about an 8-inch Windows RT device first hit opinions varied as to if this was going help or hurt Microsoft and Windows RT. After a lukewarm launch sales of Windows RT and then Windows 8 devices immediately started to decline. Some blamed the radical redesign of the UI while other felt it was the locked down OS that kept people away. No matter what the cause Window 8 and RT sales were and are continuing to fall which is worrisome for Microsoft.

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