Acer's flagship tablets, notebooks, wearables: First look (pictures)

Acer's flagship tablets, notebooks, wearables: First look (pictures)

Summary: Acer landed in New York to show off the best of its 2014 product line-up. ZDNet had a hands-on at its tablets, notebooks, and its first wearable gadget.

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  • Acer Aspire E11, E14 side-by-side (11-14-inch notebooks)

    The E11 (red) and the larger E14 (green) both run the latest versions of Windows 8.1. The big difference between the two is the highly customizable nature of the E14, which can have either an Intel or AMD processor, and comes in touch or non-touch options.

    Image: CNET, ZDNet/CBS Interactive

  • Acer Aspire E11, E14 side-by-side (11-14-inch notebooks)

    Side-by-side, you can see the difference. The larger 14-inch display E14 has a stronger battery life, and comes in a larger range of colors.

    Image: CNET, ZDNet/CBS Interactive

  • Acer Aspire E14 (14-inch notebook, highly customizable

    The E14 lands in at 1.19-inches in thickness, making it surprisingly hefty. It's also between 5.1-pounds and 5.4 pounds, depending on the inclusion of the touch screen.

    Image: CNET, ZDNet/CBS Interactive

Topics: Tablets, Hardware

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  • Acer 7" Atom

    How does Acer not offer this with Win 8.1?
    Win 8.1 PadFone and you got the ultimate convergence.
    So close.....
    warboat