Acer 2010 Tablet Articles

Popular Acer Articles for 2010

Acer Talks Up Android 3.0 Tablet While Unveiling Other Gizmos

Acer is now planning a dual-screen, 10-finger multitouch Android 3.0 tablet that will later join the Windows 7 and Android 2.2 tablets unveiled at an Acer press conference on Tuesday.[...]

A First Look at Acer’s Upcoming Convertible Netbook

Acer has begun offering a relatively small laptop that converts into a tablet. The Aspire 1825PTZ has a 11.6-inch capacitive touchscreen and other features that could qualify it as a[...]

Acer May Soon Launch a Chrome OS-based Tablet

Acer will soon introduce a tablet computer that will be based on Google's Chrome OS, if an unconfirmed report from Taiwan is correct. Acer decided to forgo Microsoft Windows to[...]

Tablets to Take Over IFA 2010

TabletPCReview is in Berlin for IFA 2010. This year, tablets are the talk of the event dubbed "Europe's CES," with the Samsung Galaxy Tab and devices from Acer, Toshiba and[...]

Acer Releasing Two Gingerbread Tablets, One Big Smartphone

Acer is working on three tablets, each running Android 3.0 (Gingerbread) and will release the devices in Q1 2011. The Android tablets will ship with three screen sizes: five, seven[...]

Acer Tablets Coming November 23

Acer will officially unveil its tablet computers on November 23, according to Acer chief Gianfranco Lanci. Speaking with Dow Jones Newswires, the Acer exec claimed the company would unveil the[...]

FCC Looks at Acer LumiRead 600

The Federal Communication Commission has looked at the Acer LumiRead 600 eBook reader and filed their reports, WirelessGoodness.com reports.

IFA Report Day Three: Hands on Acer and Nokia Smartphones

While tablets where the talk of IFA days one and two, smartphones took center stage on day three. TabletPCReviews Dragan Petric worked double duty in Berlin, covering new devices from[...]

Acer Working on Android Tablets?

Acer plans to unveil both a 7-inch and 10-inch tablet computer in Q4 2010, according to a report from the DigiTimes. The story is short on device specifics other than[...]