Acer shows off Android netbook, smartphone

Acer shows off Android netbook, smartphone

Summary: The manufacturer demonstrated its first Android handset, the Liquid, alongside the UK's first Android-toting netbook at a London event on Wednesday

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  • Acer's Aspire 1820P notebook has a convertible tablet display that allows multitouch input.

    Windows 7, which the 1820P uses, is the first version of Microsoft's operating system to have touchscreen functionality baked in from the start.

  • The Aspire 5738P notebook also features touchscreen functionality.

    This picture shows the laptop running Acer's TouchPortal, which lets the user drag and drop photos onto a photo wall and access multimedia files and devices using virtual buttons.

  • Acer also showed off all-in-one touchscreen devices such as the Aspire Z5610, which has a 23-inch multitouch display with a resolution of 1,920 x 1,080 pixels.

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  • Oooo..

    Nice little line up indeed, especially liked the phone.
    CA-aba1d