More 8-inch tablets are on the way, as Asus, Acer, Dell and Lenovo are said to attack this market sector in the third quarter of this year. Android users will soon have more alternatives to the iPad Mini.
Custom interfaces are a contentious subject in the Android community, but Acer has outlined why it is committed to keeping its Android devices as pure as possible.
A new report says that Google will not price its upcoming new Nexus 7 tablet lower than its predecessor. Read on for more details.
Acer has just announced its first proper “phablet” — which features a 5.7-inch 720p HD touchscreen display — in the form of the Liquid S1. Does it have what it takes to compete with similar devices currently available on the Android market?
Acer is going to release and Android-powered All-in-One system with an affordable price and rather impressive specifications. Read on for more details!
Now that Computex 2013 is right around the corner, Acer is giving you not just one, but two completely different reasons to get excited about it. Can you guess what kind of devices it plans to announce?
With their updated Iconia line, they’ve got an outside chance at achieving that McDonald’s-esque “10 million sold” moniker. Acer has already sold 1.5 million Iconia B1 tablets, and at $150 it’s no surprise.
10 million, however, is a lofty goal. Think they can do it?
Hot on the heels of the brand new Acer Iconia A1, which was just announced a few days ago, comes the second-generation Acer Iconia B1 with an updated design, improved specs, and optional 3G connectivity.
The Acer Iconia A1 is now completely official, and the most interesting part is its price tag, which could put it in the position to compete with the Nexus 7. But does it have 3G or not?
A preview of the Acer Iconia A1, a 7.9-inch iPad mini competitor, offers more details regarding specs, features and availability. Will this 8-inch Android tablet meet your needs?