Popular Acer Articles for 2012
Users looking for an Android Ice Cream Sandwich tablet without having to break the bank now have a solid option in the form of Acer's new pseudo-budget tablet, the Iconia[...]
Windows 8 is poised to dominate Computex 2012, happening this week in Taipei, Taiwan, and Acer is on board with Microft's latest by unveiling a Windows 8 tablet and transformer[...]
Acer has been quietly displaying two upcoming Android tablets at Computex 2012: the Iconia Tab A210 and A110.
Tablet News Bits: Sony Tablet S Price Drop, ASUS CES Tablet Revealed, Lenovo and Acer Sticking with Wintel
It's 2012 and Sony is slashing prices, pics of ASUS CES tablets are leaking, and Lenovo and Acer are sticking with Intel and Windows. Find out what else is going[...]
Expect to see Windows 8 tablets from ASUS, Acer, and Toshiba at Computex next week.
Acer has revealed the price and release date for the Iconia W510, one of many upcoming dockable tablets that are going to run Windows 8.
It looks like Acer will be next to have a next-generation tablet on the market soon as it has just announced the Iconia Tab A700.
The quad-core Acer Iconia Tab A510 is here, and its predecessors are getting ICS soon.
Both Acer and ASUS announced that two of their Honeycomb tablets will receive the Android Ice Cream Sandwich 4.0 update soon!
The Acer Iconia A200 has just joined the list of tablets that will be receiving an update to Android's latest OS, Ice Cream Sandwich 4.0.
Acer has finally revealed its latest 7-inch slate, confirming that the Android 4.1-enabled Iconia Tab A110 will launch in Europe first, with the company staying mum on when the U.S.[...]
Acer announced the launch of its new Iconia A510 this morning, their first quad-core tablet, which will be powered by an NVIDIA Tegra 3 processor.
Acer has announced a new, 7-inch tablet, the Iconia A110, which will be powered by a quad-core, NVIDIA Tegra 3 processor and will ship with Android 4.1 OS, aka Jelly[...]
Fujitsu, RIM and Acer made tablet news this week.
Acer has officially unveiled its Iconia Tab A200 tablet, a 10.1-inch, Android 3.2 Honeycomb tablet that will be offered starting at $329.99.
With its CES 2012 press conference coming to a close, Acer quickly announced its next-generation Iconia Tab A700, only revealing limited details before taking the tablet offstage.
Those looking to purchase the Acer Iconia A700 Android tablet can now order the tablet directly from the company's website.
Acer will soon introduce a dockable tablet running Windows 8, but has decided to push back the release of one running Windows RT because the company is afraid the Microsoft[...]