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 Iconia One 7 (tablet, 7-inch, range of colors)

    Meanwhile, the more playful and colourful Acer Iconia One 7, its equally sized counterpart, runs an Intel Atom dual-core processor. This 7-inch tablet also comes with 1GB memory.

    Image: CNET, ZDNet/CBS Interactive

  • Acer Iconia One 7 (tablet, 7-inch, range of colors)

    The One 7 lands in six colors. Here you can see the yellow, pink, and purple backings. With much of the same specifications as the Iconia Tab 7, it runs the lower Android 4.2 "Jelly Bean" software version.

    Image: CNET, ZDNet/CBS Interactive

  • Acer Aspire E11 (11-inch notebook)

    Acer's latest 11-inch display notebook is customizable by chip selection — either with a Pentium or Celeron processor. It has up to 8GB RAM and a hard disk up to 1 terabyte. It's 2.84 pounds in weight, and has a battery life of up to five hours.

    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