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2016: Year of the Screen?

Screens have undergone a serious makeover in the past year. Whether it’s a top-tier smartphone boasting a 2K resolution backed by Super AMOLED tech, or the sexy new curves of the latest TV’s, it’s clear that screens aren’t the same large grey boxes we once knew them to be. Next year is set to continue to spoil us, providing subtle ...

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Acer Fighting for the Tech Market

With Sony and Microsoft fighting for control of the tech market, a new contender has entered the playing field: Acer. The Taiwanese hardware company has several big plans in mind. Not only do they are targeting gamers, but they plan on unveiling new wearable products and handheld devices. Last week, Acer held an event in New York City. Most of ...

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Chromebase: Acer’s all in one computer official


Asus yesterday announced the Chromebook Flip and the Chromebit, a stick-sized Chrome OS computer, but that’s not all Google had up its sleeves, as today we’ve just heard about a new all in one computer, the Chromebase. Chrome OS, Asus, Acer and of course Google, seem to have been collaborating for a long time to build these new hardware products and ...

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Acer bringing a Windows 10 phone to the MWC next week


Acer will announce probably the first smartphone running Windows 10 at the MWC 2015 show next week. Acer isn’t a big player in the smartphone market, but it might just become one if it turns out to be the first OEM to launch a phone that comes with Windows 10 out of the box. We’ve heard about the company planning ...

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New Windows Phones coming from Acer in March


Acer has announced that it would be launching new Windows Phones in March, after a long two year break from the platform. Since 2012, Acer has been focusing its products around Android, even though the company had launched a Windows Phone running W4 handset in 2012.  CEO Jason Chen confirmed this week that the company is planning to announce a ...

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Lenovo ThinkPad Helix and Lenovo Edge 15 Laptop introduced at IFA

Today was Lenovo’s chance to shine at IFA Berlin with its various launches, including the ThinkPad Helix and the Edge 15 laptop. The company has had various announcements planned for IFA this year, from 64 bit smartphones  to new tablets and laptops, to tabletop PCs. Lenovo’s ThinkPad Helix tablet comes as a hybrid between a tablet and a laptop, Lenovo following in ...

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Aspire Switch 10 and Switch 11 unveiled by Acer at IFA Berlin

Acer rolled out the Switch line at IFA Berlin earlier today for those who are undecided between a laptop and tablet. Much like the Acer Aspire R13 and R14 series, the Switch 10 and Switch 11 cater to those with notebook performance needs and tablet flexibility desires. Both the Aspire Switch 10 and Switch 11 are Windows based convertible devices, ...

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New Aspire R13 and R14 series revealed by Acer at IFA

Acer is the star of the first day of IFA, with gadgets all over the place, including the new Aspire R13 and R14 series revealed at the trade show. The two new laptops are in the convertibles category, both running Windows 8.1. The new Aspire line promises extreme flexibility and tons of viewing angles with Acer’s Ezel Aero Hinge design in ...

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Acer reveals 3 new Iconia tablets

Acer has revealed three new Iconia tablets at IFA Berlin today, including the Iconia One 8, Iconia Tab 8 (Windows) and the Iconia Tab 10. IFA Berlin has just started and this is the first day of reports coming in, so we are expecting even more to come from Acer as well as others. The Iconia One 8 runs Android ...

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Acer Chromebook is getting Nvidia’s Tegra K1 processor

The very accessible Chromebooks from Acer are now even more attractive because they are now more powerful. Acer has been gearing-up its devices with more powerful processors, adding Intel CPUs to previous models and Nvidia’s Tegra K1 to the latest Chromebook 13 models. The Tegra K1 processor was recently added to Nvidia’s Shield Tablets and, as it turned out to ...

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