Education takes top priority with new ruggedized designs
This year, Acer is set to introduce a larger variety of notebook products to meet the specific needs of niche markets ranging from education, casual web browsing and productivity, and even a product themed after the local sea goddess of Taiwan.
With 4K G-Sync panels running at 144Hz
Nvidia is following AMD closely at CES 2017 show and has announced its own Nvidia G-Sync HDR, developed in cooperation with AU Optronics.
Shipment delays, price competition, slower sales
According to the latest claims from industry sources, the three leading Taiwan-based smartphone vendors Asustek, HTC and Acer have all missed their target smartphone shipments for 2016 due to price competition and lower-than-expected sales in certain countries.
The 27-incher with 2560x1440 IPS panel
Acer has announced its newest professional-class monitor that features a 27-inch 2560x1440 IPS panel, the Acer BE270U.
With 1440p 165Hz TN-panel and G-Sync support
Acer has officially announced the newest monitor from its gaming Predator series, the 24-inch Acer XB241YU.
Only for businesses
While most of the world is looking at VR for games, it appears Acer wants to target its VR backpack for the business to business (B2B) market.
With Tobii eye-tracking and Nvidia G-Sync support
In addition to plenty of new notebooks and the Predator 21 X behemoth, Acer also announced three new gaming monitors at IFA 2016 show in Berlin, all with Tobii eye-tracking technology and Nvidia G-Sync support.
Meet the Predator 21 X
There were a couple of rumors that Acer might be breaking the size limit of gaming notebooks and at the IFA 2016 show in Berlin, it has unveiled its newest Predator 21 X gaming notebook, which is the world's first 21-inch gaming notebook with a curved screen.
Acer has been showing off its new Chromebook, Swift notebooks and Spin convertible laptops ahead of the IFA consumer electronics trade show in Berlin.
In the week leading up to the IFA 2016 tradeshow in Berlin several brand vendors are preparing to launch what they think are next-generation wearable devices including offerings from Acer, Asustek and Samsung.