Popular Acer Articles for 2011
The Acer Iconia A500 is yet another 10.1-inch Honeycomb tablet. It sports a NVIDIA dual-core processor and similar specs as rival devices. So, what does Acer's Android tablet have that[...]
The Acer Iconia A500 is getting an upgrade in the form of the new Iconia A501, which sports AT&T 4G connectivity. While the A501 is otherwise internally identical to its[...]
The previously-revealed Acer Iconia tablet is getting a 4G boost thanks to AT&T, the wireless carrier announced at CTIA this week.
The Acer Iconia-6120 -- a dual-touchscreen "touchbook," as the manufacturer calls it -- is now available for pre-order and listed at a price point of $1,199.99.
Two new Wi-Fi only Android tablets are coming to Best Buy, as sales of the Acer Iconia A500 have already begun, and the HTC Flyer is extremely close behind.
The biggest little stories from the industry today include Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 spec leaks, bad news from Acer, and six new HP TouchPad trademark filings.
Though an official announcement has yet to come from Acer, its Iconia W500 tablet has surfaced for pre-order at BHPhotoVideo for $549.
The Acer Iconia A500, the Wi-Fi-only version of the Iconia A501, has had full release details disclosed in an announcement by Acer. This Honeycomb tablet features some impressive specs and[...]
With the quad-core ASUS Transformer Prime set to hit the U.S. in a few weeks, it looks like another Tegra 3 tablet will be joining the race in 2012, as[...]
It appears that Acer has finally successfully managed to shove Honeycomb into a seven-inch package. The Acer Iconia A100, heavily delayed because of incompatibility between its software and hardware components,[...]
One of Acer's next tablet projects, the powerful Iconia Tab A700, is rumored to be making an appearance at next month's CES 2012, with a release date chalked up for[...]
The Acer Iconia Tab A100 is now available. It holds the distinction of being the first seven-inch Honeycomb tablet to hit the market.
Rumor has it that Acer could be adding a slider to its growing tablet line. Acer has already released a number of tablets in its Iconia series, and one more[...]
Gateway is planning on releasing an Android tablet that is apparently modeled after the recently released Acer Iconia A500 tablet.
We should see two or three new tablets from Acer during the first half of this year, as the company works away from the netbooks that had become its bread[...]
Last week Acer quietly announced that its proposed seven-inch Honeycomb tablet, the Iconia A100, would not be arriving in May as planned. A potential cause for the formerly unexplained delay[...]
Intel continues its mobile push with the announcement at Computex 2011 that an Intel-powered MeeGo tablet will soon be available from Acer in its Iconia M Series line.
Acer is shaking up its internal product development divisions, with a stronger focus on tablets being one of the primary goals of the reorganization.
By all indications, Intel is serious about getting its Oak Trail chips into Android tablets, and a new rumor suggests Acer may have a 10-inch Intel-based Honeycomb tablet ready to[...]
A new report suggests that PC hardware manufacturers like HP, Acer and Dell, will begin producing less tablets in 2012, possibly due to competition from low-cost devices with greater content[...]