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Acer debuts Chromebase all-in-one desktop with touch display

Acer debuts Chromebase all-in-one desktop with touch display

Computer-maker Acer has just announced a new all-in-one desktop powered by Google's Chrome OS, the Chromebase (DC221HQ). The machine features a 21.5-inch 1080p HD display, with viewing angles as wide as 178 degrees, while on the inside users will find a Tegra K1 quad-core processor from NVIDIA. With an adjustable height stand, Acer's latest can also be tilted from 15 to 75 degrees. This can all come with or without a 10-point touch display, offing the simplicity of an all-in-one combined with the cloud-based computing of Chrome OS.

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Acer outs more wearables: Leap Active, Leap Fit, Leap Curve

Acer outs more wearables: Leap Active, Leap Fit, Leap Curve

Dissatisfied with having only one or two wearable devices in the market, Acer is now opting to go with a set of three, each one designed to build on the features of the other. Although it probably chose the worst time to make an announcement, overshadowed by the flood of Google I/O 2015 news, Acer is prepping the smart bands for a scheduled appearance at Computex in Taiwan next week. With almost self-explanatory names, the Liquid Leap Active, Fit, and Curve are designed with almost every class of user in mind.

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Acer Aspire Z Series AiO PCs updated, bring Windows 8.1

Acer Aspire Z Series AiO PCs updated, bring Windows 8.1

Today Acer took the wraps off a couple of updated all-in-one PCs in its Z Series product lineup. These two new AiOs — the Aspire Z3-710 and the Aspire ZC-700 — are loaded with Windows 8.1, though they’ll be getting a free Windows 10 update when such a time rolls around. The Z3 is the larger of the two, sporting a 23.8-inch touchscreen display with 10-point multi-touch, while the ZC model has a more modest 19.5-inch display. Both, however, sport a Full HD resolution and LED backlight.

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Acer has a strange Android gaming tablet in the work

Acer has a strange Android gaming tablet in the work

Practicing economy of words, space, and resources, Acer just dumped a bunch of device announcements all in one press conference, revealing a broad range of products from a Windows Phone, to a gaming monitor, to 2-in-1 tablets, to Android tablets. It seems, however, that the company has some other things up its sleeves not yet ready for an announcement, at least until the end of this year. Acer is surprisingly dipping its toes in a rather niche Android gaming tablet market tablet market that very few vendors occupy. And that's not without good reason.

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Everything Acer just unveiled at once

Everything Acer just unveiled at once

Acer just released a whole boatload of new devices and release information on those devices in New York City, showing off everything from smartphones to gaming displays. PCs are in here too, with Windows 10 devices and Chromebook both popping up on point. A couple of Android tablets are appearing here with Acer Aspire notebooks and Acer's K138ST, the world's first LED projector with an intelligent ambient light sensor. All devices in this collection will be released inside the next several months of 2015.

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Acer projectors drop in detecting ambient light

Acer projectors drop in detecting ambient light

The Acer K138ST is a unique piece of work. It's a short-throw projector aimed at the sort of person who brings their projector with them at all times. It has built-in speakers, extremely bright lights inside, and is ready to roll with ambient light sensing to contribute to smart adjustments at any time. It's small enough to fit in your backpack if you really want to be a traveling projectionist. This little beast is just one of three new projectors revealed by Acer this week in New York City.

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Acer H6517ST projector is 3D-ready and now available

Acer H6517ST projector is 3D-ready and now available

Acer America has introduced a new projector, the H6517ST, and it is now available. The projector offers Full HD video projection alongside some common functionality found on these products, plus a few higher-end than average features like support for 3D footage. At the extreme end, the H6517ST provides a 181-inch picture, eclipsing what you'd get from a television. Connectivity spans all the common options, including HDMI and D-Sub, among others. It is available to those in the United States for $799.99 USD.

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Acer Revo One RL85 Entertainment Center gets slick

Acer Revo One RL85 Entertainment Center gets slick

The Acer Revo One RL85 Entertainment Center is a relatively small computer meant to sit out in the open - up near your television where you can see it. Inside you'll put your movies, your internet-connected video and music, and the ability to sync with devices like your smartphone or tablet. This machine works with HDMI and Mini DisplayPort for dual-display support, and the ability to power 4K2K ultra high-definition monitors as well as 4K televisions - just so long as you've got enough processing power inside.

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Acer’s first Chromebase all-in-one is no joke

Acer’s first Chromebase all-in-one is no joke

This morning Acer announced what they suggest is the industry's first Chromebase All-In-One Desktop with Touch Display. We know good and well that this isn't the first Chromebase device in the world - there's an LG Chromebase as well, for example - but it IS the first Chromebase All-In-One machine with a touchscreen monitor. This bit trumps the LG Chromebase we saw about a year ago, of course. And just so you're aware - this is one of the few product announcements you'll see today, April 1st, April Fools' Day, that isn't a prank.

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Acer Aspire Switch 11 review: the best of both worlds

Acer Aspire Switch 11 review: the best of both worlds

Acer is back with another convertible PC: the Acer Aspire Switch 11. As with this machine's previous iteration, the Aspire Switch 11 is both a tablet and a laptop, being whichever you'd like it to be in any given moment. This is nothing new, but these type of machines can often miss the mark when it comes to usability. Such isn't the case with the Switch 11 -- though a bit on the thick side, this convertible PC works wonderfully as a laptop and even better as a tablet. Will it meet your needs? Read our full review to find out!

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Acer Iconia Tab 10 Android tablet flaunts Full HD display

Acer Iconia Tab 10 Android tablet flaunts Full HD display

It's been a while since we've heard from Acer's budget Iconia Tab line and apparently the OEM has been busy. Although the company's affordable devices sometimes earn it the connotation of being cheap, whether deserved or not, this time it isn't holding back. At least too much. While the new Iconia Tab 10 does still fall under the category of budget tablet, Acer is at least giving it a worthy Full HD screen, which, with Zero Air Gap tech, makes it a rather worthy one for the price.

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