Friday 5 December 2014
Acer wins order for Iconia W511 by Tasmania Police
Acer has announced its Iconia W511, a Windows 8 tablet, has been ordered by the Department of Police & Emergency Management, Tasmania State, Australia, for use by more than 1,000...
Friday 21 November 2014
Acer unveils Aspire Switch and Iconia tablets
Acer on November 20 unveiled 10-, 11.6- and 12.5-inch Aspire Switch 2-in-1 devices (which can be converted into tablets), Iconia One 7, Iconia One 8 and Iconia Tab 10 tablets and...
Monday 8 April 2013
Acer said to be mulling 7.9-inch tablet at US$149
Acer is reportedly considering lowering the price of its Iconia A1-810 tablet, using 7.9-inch 1024-by-768 IPS panels, from US$250 to US$149 to compete against the iPad mini, according...
Thursday 20 September 2012
Acer, Asustek Windows 8 tablet prices may be to high to attract consumers
Acer and Asustek Computer's Windows 8 tablets are reportedly to be priced at above US$800, about the same price as the New iPad with the highest specifications, and market watchers...
Tuesday 8 November 2011
Google's Eric Schmidt to visit Taiwan to promote Android
Google executive chairman Eric Schmidt is set to visit Taiwan on November 9 to have a conference with Taiwan-based PC vendors and promote its Android operating system, according to...
Friday 29 July 2011
Acer cuts Iconia tablet price to boost sales
Acer has slashed the price of its 10-inch Iconia Tab A500 tablet PCs in the US market from US$449.99 to US$395 aiming to achieve its goal of shipping a total of 2.5-3 million tablet...
Thursday 7 July 2011
Upstream tablet PC component suppliers gearing up production
Upstream component suppliers for non-iPad tablet PCs have been gearing up their preparation of needed parts and components for models to be launched by brand vendors in the third...
Friday 27 May 2011
Acer justifies prices for Iconia tablet PCs
Acer has stated that the price of US$449.99 set for its Iconia Tab A500 tablet PCs sold in the US market are still profitable to upstream suppliers as well as downstream distributors...
Wednesday 25 May 2011
Acer defers launch of tablet PC and smartphone
Acer will postpone the launch of Iconia A100, an Android 3.0 7-inch tablet PC, from May-June as originally scheduled to August-September 2011 because Android 3.0 has some compatible...
Monday 23 May 2011
Asustek sets prices lower for US-bound Eee Pad Transformer tablet PCs
Asustek Computer has adopted an aggressive pricing strategy for its entry-level Eee Pad Transformer tablet PCs sold in the US market, a move which may force other vendors to adjust...
Friday 20 May 2011
Acer looks to ship 1 million Iconia tablet PCs in 2Q11
Acer has been taking delivery of Iconia tablet PCs eagerly from its production partners with the company's global shipments of tablet PCs likely to reach one million units in the...
Monday 25 April 2011
Acer reduces netbook orders and replaces them with tablet PC orders for April
Taiwan-based notebook brand Acer has recently notified its upstream partners that the company is gradually reducing its Aspire One netbook orders and will turn to increase its Iconica...
Wednesday 13 April 2011
Acer to launch 7-inch tablet PC in late April or May
Acer, following the launch of the Iconia Tab A500 and W500 10-inch tablet PCs, will launch a 7-inch model, Iconia Tab A100, in late April or May 2011, according to sources from component...
Tuesday 12 April 2011
Acer increases Iconia tablet PC orders for April
Taiwan-based PC brand vendor Acer has increased its April tablet PC orders to 500,000-800,000 units, aiming to compete against Motorola, RIM and Hewlett-Packard's (HP's) tablet PCs,...
Thursday 31 March 2011
Softex Taipei: Acer to sell Iconia tablet PCs
Acer, at a pre-Softex Taipei press conference, has announced its new tablet PCs, the Iconia Tab A500 and W500, in Taiwan.
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