It is no doubt that Microsoft has a long way to go in order to make Windows Phone the golden child of the mobile world. Currently sitting in third place, right behind Android and iOS, Microsoft's Windows Phone platform houses ... Read more
Back in October of this year, Acer unveiled a new 8-inch Windows 8.1 tablet that features a slim and lightweight design and powered by Intel's Atom 1.8 GHz processor. You can now purchase the Acer Iconia W4 tablet on Amazon for $380 (64GB model) ... Read more
Acer, just recently, unveiled the Acer Aspire Z3-600, a portable all-in-one (AIO) Windows 8 powered PC and we've decided to go hands-on. This device features a 21.5 inch Full HD display, a flexible hinge design, and touch capabilities. The device ... Read more
Acer, just a few days ago, unveiled the Acer Aspire Z3-600, a portable all-in-one (AIO) Windows 8 powered PC. This device features a 21.5 inch Full HD display, a flexible hinge design, and touch capabilities. The device also features an ... Read more
Acer has unveiled a new 8-inch Windows 8.1 tablet that is set to be available later this month. The Iconia W4 features a slim and lightweight design and is powered by Intel's Atom 1.8 GHz processor. "The Iconia W4 features a slim and ... Read more
Just recently, Staples and Amazon were offering the new Acer Iconia W3, which is the world's first 8 inch Windows 8 tablet, for pre-order. Now, Staples had launched sales of the new device in-store as well as online. So if ... Read more
For those interested, Staples and Amazon.com have the new Acer Iconia W3 tablet up for pre-order. The device will ship between June 15th and June 17th via Staples. Both retail outlets have the 32GB model for $379.99, while Amazon has ... Read more
In Taipei today, Acer has officially unveiled the Acer Iconia W3, which is the world's first 8 inch Windows 8 tablet. The Iconia W3 also comes pre-installed with Microsoft's Office Home & Student 2013. "The Iconia W3 carefully considers the ... Read more
Acer has made some interesting remarks about Microsoft's Windows 8 operating system, as well as Microsoft's plans for Windows 8.1. According to Acer executives, Microsoft has become more 'considerate' when it comes to input from OEM partners.
Amazon.com apparently jumped the gun last night, accidentally showcasing an 8.1 inch Acer tablet, powered by Windows 8. Normally, its not a big deal, but this tablet is actually the world's first small-screen Windows 8 tablet.
Acer President Jim Wong mentioned today that the company has 'high hopes' about Microsoft becoming a 'real challenge' to Google and Apple in the mobile market by next year. Microsoft is currently working hard to catch up to Google and Apple in the smartphone/tablet market space.
Following an announcement that hardware companies would start making their Windows 8 tablets smaller, information on an 8-inch Acer tablet leaked to the web today. Could this be the first 8-inch Windows 8 tablet we've been hoping for?
Acer seems to be going back and forth on its stance when it comes to Microsoft and it's Windows 8 operating system. In the past, Acer declared Microsoft a competitor rather than a partner, only to defend Windows 8's sales, then to claim that the Surface RT is confusing to consumers. Now, Acer claims that Windows 8 has not been successful.
Acer seems to be going back and forth on its stance when it comes to Microsoft and it's Windows 8 operating system. In the past, Acer declared Microsoft a competitor rather than a partner, only to defend Windows 8's sales, and now the company states that Microsoft made the Surface RT confusing to consumers.
With all the recent reports about how Windows 8 hasnt been the success that everyone hoped for, including Microsoft, one manufacturer is defending the new operating system stating that its too early to judge Windows 8's success. In fact, concerns and criticisms have been rather unfair.
According to Acer's chairman JT Wang, Microsoft should not make the Windows 8 Surface tablet too che
New information has been released stating that major computer manufacturers, Lenovo and Acer, are pl
Acer CEO Gianfranco Lanci in a question and answer session after his tablet unveilings this week said that he hoped to beat Apple in the tablet market within two to three years. He expected Acer to get 10 to 20 percent of the field shortly after launch and to take the lead from the iPad later on. Apple's problem was its US-centric focus, which could hurt it where Acer and others were more world oriented...
Acer has announced that they're taking on its tablet competitors head-on, with an "entire family" of
Among the various demos at IDF today, Acer showed off its Revo 2 sporting a special treat -- Windows