Acer might not be a household brand for smartphones, but they've got a few interesting devices at Computex 2014 that are worth keeping an eye out for.
Acer's Iconia W3 tablet is the world's first 8.1-inch tablet running Windows 8. With a dual-core Intel Atom processor and a full featured version of Windows 8, could this tablet be the answer for anyone looking for a portable and affordable Windows 8 machine? We find out.
Of all of Acer's strengths as a PC manufacturer, design hasn't always stood out as one of them. However all that is set to change with its new line-up of Windows 8 products. We take a closer look at what you can expect in retail stores from this weekend.
The Acer Aspire S5 Ultrabook makes good of Acer's promise to go high-end. But will it be able to deliver? Especially when it comes to the age old balance of quality and price? This thin and light machine with a Thunderbolt port might just convince you.
Building a good notebook is a delicate balancing act between price, build quality and performance. The Acer Aspire Timeline Ultra M3 with a new GeForce GT 640M GPU comes pretty close to finding the right balance. Find out if this multimedia machine meets your needs.
The Core i7-equipped Acer Aspire S3 is the first Ultrabook to hit the market. At first glance, it sure looks like everything we'd hope for in an ultraportable notebook, but does it live up to the Ultrabook moniker? Read on to find out!
Acer joins the seven-inch tablet club with its Iconia Tab A100. It is equipped with a 1.0GHz dual-core processor and 1GB of RAM. It runs on the latest Android 3.2 OS. Does it perform? We find out.
With the tablet market dominated by Apple iOS and Google Android, how does the Acer Iconia Tab W500 and its accompanying Microsoft Windows 7 OS match up against the competition? Our review of this Acer tablet will shed some light on its sustainability.
Will the coming of Google Android 3.0 tablets break Apple's strong grip on the tablet market? Perhaps the Acer Iconia Tab A500 can answer that question.
The Acer Aspire Timeline X series has always been a favorite of ours, so we grabbed the 15.6-inch version, the Timeline X 5820TG to see how it holds up against other similar notebooks. Our verdict? It's still a likable machine despite its classic design.