06/14/2013, Acer's ST Liew says the company will unveil a piece of wearable tech some time next year.
06/10/2013, Last week Acer took the wraps off their new Windows 8 tablet, the Acer Iconia W3. If you were impressed with the tablet’s specs and you wouldn’t mind getting your hands on it, it looks like retailers such as Staples and Amazon are now taking...
06/09/2013, Acer could have a new Windows Phone device sometime in the first half of 2014.
06/06/2013, Acer will auction off a Star Trek-inspired Aspire R7 later this month.
06/03/2013, Acer announced its first phablet today called the Liquid S1, which will sport a 5.7-inch HD display.
06/02/2013, The Acer Orbe has just been announced at Computex 2013.
06/02/2013, Acer has introduced yet another Ultrabook to their collection at this year's edition of Computex, unveiling the Acer Aspire S3 Ultrabook.
06/02/2013, The Acer Aspire Z3 all in one PC has debuted at Computex 2013.
06/02/2013, We knew that smaller Windows 8 tablets were coming, and it looks like Acer is on the starting blocks to get this into your hands. At Computex 2013, Acer brings a surprisingly small (and relatively light: 1.1lbs) device that brings a full version of...
06/02/2013, At Computex 2013, Acer is updating its 13″ S7 Ultrabook with impressive specs across several models. The original S7 Ultrabook was already known for its super-thin design but Acer has decided to up the ante by adding 30% more battery life to an...
05/31/2013, When Microsoft unveiled the Surface tablets last year, many were shocked as many did not expect Microsoft to launch their own branded tablet, especially since they had many OEM partners on their side. Acer was probably the most vocal, even asking...
05/29/2013, Another tablet appears over at the FCC, and this time it is the Acer Iconia B1-710.
05/28/2013, Acer could debut a new Intel Haswell-powered tablet known as the Acer Bulgari, so we await with bated breath on new developments.
05/19/2013, Acer Iconia W3 tablet with 8.1 inch display and Windows 8 Pro has now been officially confirmed.