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Acer TravelMate X313 Convertible Ultrabook Review

Acer TravelMate X313 Convertible Ultrabook Review

Acer has introduced a new ultrabook, the hybrid laptop/tablet TravelMate X313. With this device comes a removable tablet component with an accompanying keyboard-equipped case, allowing users to pop the main computing unit from the rest of the device and use it while on the go or lounging around for the evening. We've given the TravelMate X313 a solid run; check out what we found in our full SlashGear review.

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Acer Iconia A1-830 tablet Review

Acer Iconia A1-830 tablet Review

Today we're having a look at a tablet that's very familiar, yet a whole new concept in Acer's brand of tablet releases. Here with the Acer Iconia A-830-1633, you're getting an Android tablet that's working with a 7.9-inch display with a moderate resolution, brightness, and a processor under the hood that should be able to bring you the best in news-reading apps and video. So what's the holdup?

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Acer investigation leads to spokesman’s detainment

Acer investigation leads to spokesman’s detainment

The New Taipei District Office has announced the detainment of Henry Wang under an investigation into allegations of insider trading. The Wall Street Journal reports Wang as a "longtime spokesman" for Acer Inc., which has been hit repeatedly by the decrease in computer sales. Wang is being detained for two months.

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Acer E3 and Z4 unveiled with new Liquid UI

Acer E3 and Z4 unveiled with new Liquid UI

Acer has unveiled a couple new budget smartphones including the Liquid Z4 and the higher-end Liquid E3. Both of the devices are aimed at people shopping on a budget and offer modest specifications. The Z4 smartphone has a 4-inch screen and is 9.7mm thick.

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Acer C720P Touch Chromebook Review

Acer C720P Touch Chromebook Review

In October, we reviewed Acer's C720 Chromebook, a Haswell-harboring notebook with excellent battery life and performance to match. The one thing it lacked, however, was a touchscreen, something Acer has addressed with its latest Chrome OS offering: the Acer C720P Touch, a similarly-designed laptop with a touchscreen display. We've got our hands on the Chromebook to see how it holds up compared to its non-touch brethren, which we've detailed for you in our full SlashGear review.

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Acer wearables may open a new door with smart jewelry

Acer wearables may open a new door with smart jewelry

We begin this week with Acer's continued relatively secretive development of a future set of wearable devices. While we understood partway through last year that Acer would, indeed, be moving toward the wearable ream with smart electronics, it was only this month that we truly began to see how far the company would be willing to go. Today's suggestion is that they wont even necessarily be working with the early mainstays of the wearables arena: glasses or watches.

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Acer wearable products confirmed: prototypes already in the wild

Acer wearable products confirmed: prototypes already in the wild

During the latest launch of their Liquid Z5 smartphone in Taipei, Acer re-confirmed the idea that they'd be moving into the wearables market - and that they'd be doing so soon. Suggesting that they'd shown off a number of wearable devices to some of the company's clients at CES 2014 (behind the scenes, of course), Acer left reporters with precious little solid information on what their devices would be - or when they'd actually be launching on the global market. While earlier rumors suggested Acer's efforts to start with smartwatches, at this point there's been no confirmation - or specific denial - of a variety of products being offered up.

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Acer TA272 HUL Android AIO rocks a 27-inch screen

Acer TA272 HUL Android AIO rocks a 27-inch screen

Acer has rolled out several new products that it will be showing off at CES 2014 next week. Among the new products, that Acer has unveiled is the TA272 HUL Android-powered AIO computer. The machine features a 27-inch screen.

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Acer Iconia A1-830 7.9-inch tablet offers Intel Atom, IPS display

Acer Iconia A1-830 7.9-inch tablet offers Intel Atom, IPS display

Acer has rolled out the red carpet for a new tablet, the Iconia A1-830. This 7.9-inch slate features an IPS display and Android 4.2.1 Jelly Bean. The tablet boasts several bragging points, among them being a long battery life and slight profile, both of which accompany a design that aims to be both durable and stylish. The unit is slated to arrive in North America sometime this quarter for $149 USD.

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Acer Chromebook C720P refreshed with 2GB of memory and Moonstone color

Acer Chromebook C720P refreshed with 2GB of memory and Moonstone color

Acer has boosted its Chromebook line with a new configuration option, the C720P-2600. With this refresh of sorts, the laptop will be available next week in Moonstone White, and with the new color will also come a slight increase in memory to 2GB. Beyond that, the laptop remains largely the same as the original model, and will be sold at retailers for $299.99 USD.

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Acer Iconia B1-720 7-inch Android tablet is slimmed down and faster

Acer Iconia B1-720 7-inch Android tablet is slimmed down and faster

Joining the newly announced A1-830 tablet is the new Acer Iconia B1-720, a smaller 7-inch tablet that is otherwise fairly similar to its larger A1 sibling. As with the A1, the Iconia B1-720 offers Jelly Bean and the promise of both high performance and battery life. Rather than the aluminum design, however, the B1 makes things a bit more classy with a textured and silky finish.

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Acer Aspire Z3-600 AIO touch PC has an internal battery

Acer Aspire Z3-600 AIO touch PC has an internal battery

Acer has trotted out a new all in one computer that is designed to sit on the desktop or counter and be carried with you on the go. That is a strange combination making the AIO computer something like a large tablet. Acer isn’t the first to do this, other computer makers like HP, Lenovo and Sony have done the same thing.

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