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Acer Liquid M220 now available in Canada

Back during MWC 2015, Acer announced their first Windows Phone 8.1 handset which was preliminary bashed in the press and comments section due to its not so great specifications. You can take a look at our hands-on with the device here. It made to the market in May after its launch in March and in short, […]

Acer XR341CK Curved Gaming Display Changes The Way You Play

17 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Ubergizmo

Gamers over in the US will be pleased to hear that Acer America intends to up the ante in the gaming visuals department with the introduction of the Acer XR341CK, which so happens to be an ultra-wide curved monitor that will boast of...Show More Summary

Acer rolls out a curved, super-wide display with AMD's gaming tech

You can get desktop PC displays that are curved, super-wide and gaming-friendly, but all three at once? That's tricky. Thankfully, Acer thinks it has an answer. The company has just launched the 34-inch XR341CK in the US, giving you a curvy, 21:9 aspect ratio LCD with AMD's anti-tearing FreeSync tech built-in. Show More Summary

Acer’s newest monitor is a curved 34-inch monster

19 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Geek.com

With a name like XR341CK, you can’t really be sure what to expect from Acer’s latest monitor offering. In a nutshell, it’s huge, it’s curved, and it’s pricey. This is no ordinary panoramic […]

Acer Hits A High Note, Releases 34" Curved IPS Display With AMD FreeSync Support

If you were to ask a PC enthusiast or hardcore gamer what they look for in a monitor, you’re likely to get a handful of consistent answers.  A large, high resolution panel for ultra-sharp imagery is one. An IPS (In-Plane Switching) panel with wide viewing angles and consistent color reproduction [...]

Acer Announces XR341CK 34-Inch Curved IPS FreeSync Monitor

Acer's new XR341CK is a 34-inch curved FreeSync monitor with an IPS panel.

Who needs Microsoft, Intel or AMD? Not Acer

Acer defied desktop computing convention this week with the U.S. roll out of two all-in-one (AIO) desktop PCs that don't include Microsoft Windows nor processors from Intel and AMD. As the name would indicate, Acer's new Chromebase AIOs have shunted aside Windows instead using Google's Chrome operating system. However, the company [...]

Acer Chromebase all-in-one offers solid specs, low price and touch options

Are you looking for a new Chrome OS computer? Acer has just announced the Chromebase all-in-one, which is very unique thanks to its integrated touchscreen.

Acer Unveils New 21.5-inch Chromebase Computer

When we think of Chrome OS, we usually think of Chromebooks but given that the platform will run fine on any machine that supports it, why not desktop computers too, right? For those who would much prefer a desktop equivalent of Chrome...Show More Summary

Acer's all-in-one Chromebase available this month in the U.S. starting at $329

Acer's new all-in-one Chromebase will be available this month starting at $329.99. Acer's latest entries into its Chrome OS lineup is available starting this month. The all-in-one non-touchscreen Chromebase will be available this month for $329.99, while the touchscreen variant will be available in July at $429.99.

Acer's Chromebase: An AIO With Chrome OS

Acer released what it claims to be the first AIO Chrome OS desktop PC.

Acer Aspire R 13 Convertible 2-in-1 Review

Acer is hoping to attract users who want flexibility with the company’s latest Aspire R 13 convertible notebook. Featuring their semi-unique "Ezel Aero" hinge, the R 13 can convert between various notebook and tablet style modes, giving you six different usage positions in a thin and light design.The Aspire R 13 measures less than an inch...

Android Circuit: Samsung's Security Nightmare, Nokia's Android Smartphone, Google Attacks Amazon

This week’s Android Circuit includes Samsung's security nightmare over SwiftKey, Nokia's potential Android smartphone, a foldable Samsung Galaxy for 2016, five reasons you'll buy the Sony Xperia Z3+, a review of the Acer Liquid Jade S, Google's bug hunting bounty, 'Free App Of The Week' on the Google Play Store, and James Bond reading you a bedtime story.

Get an Acer Iconia 8-inch tablet for $59.99

Though it's a refurb, it's indistinguishable from new and far better than most tablets in this price range.

A Chromebook replaced the MacBook Pro on my desk

An ongoing issue using a MacBook Pro in my office led me to switch to the Acer Chromebook 13 full time.

Acer Liquid Z630 Leaked

Where the world of smartphones is concerned, you can be sure that Acer is not one name that you would rattle off your tongue right from the get go. That is to be expected, however, taking into consideration how their smartphones in the past have not always been all that attractive as opposed to what is on the market. Show More Summary

Acer Has No Plans To Acquire HTC Either

HTC isn’t doing too well at the moment and this has been going on for a long time now. This is why it does not come as a surprise to hear that other companies could be eyeing HTC for a possible buyout. In fact recently we heard thatShow More Summary

Acer Liquid Jade S Smartphone Review: Subtle, Dual SIM, Slim, And Silent

Acer isn't normally a name that you associated with smartphones, but I've been spending time with its Liquid Jade S smartphone and found it to be a competent handset that delivers a solid experience. The Jade S represents value for money with a specification that delivers enough power, styling that looks smart without being flashy, and a few welcome tweaks in the hardware.

The Acer Aspire R 13 Review: Convertible Notebook With A Twist

The world of the convertible notebook has come a long way in just a couple of years, but we seem to have settled in on two basic types of convertible devices. There are the tablet style devices where the display can be removed from the...Show More Summary

First AMD Carrizo Notebooks Coming From Multiple OEMs, With Asterisks

Carrizo notebooks are coming from several OEMs including Acer, Asus, Dell, HP, Lenovo and Toshiba, but there's more to the story.

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