If you’re hard up and in the market for a tablet-come-laptop, you might be interested in the latest additions to Acer’s Switch range: 10-inch tablets with plug-in keyboards that are pretty damn cheap.
Acer just had its annual hardware vomit: from laptops and tablets to PCs and wearables. Most of the stuff involved incremental updates, gaming gear that looked more like alien architecture, and something called a GrandPad that is a tablet for old people (and not adult diapers).
The 17-inch Predator gaming laptop is one of several new black-and-red gaming-focused products aimed at getting gamers to utter the words “Acer” and “badass” in the same breath. Let’s see if that trick works.
If you’ve ever secretly dreamed of using a desktop computer in the coffee shop, you’re in luck. Acer’s new all-in-one now features a battery so you can use it, well, wherever you like.
Acer doubled down on gaming at the IFA tech show in Berlin, unveiling a barrage of new gaming gear including a Predator tablet and phone, 15- and 17-inch gaming laptops with Intel’s new Skylake processors, and powerful PCs—plus a 200Hz ultra-wide curved display.
Acer is serious about external graphics—the idea that you can plug a graphics card into a relatively weak computer and make it more powerful whenever you need. How serious? The company will sell two computers with external graphics in mind, starting this year.
Acer has just announced a new pair of computers that offer Windows 10 within a thin-and-light laptop case—and they start at just $170.
Acer just released a kraken. Forty different gadgets—laptops, desktops, tablets, wearables, fitness trackers, mini PCs, monitors—for the upcoming back to school season. But the most intriguing was Acer’s mysterious new gaming tablet. The Predator.
This week on Amazon, you can score and Acer Chromebook 11 for only $160, down from $200. That price gets you Chromebook-standard specs: An 11.6" 1366x768 screen, 16GB of local storage, and 2GB of RAM. Granted, that's nothing spectacular, though its 8.5 hours of battery life is certainly above average. And of course,…
Now that you can buy a decent Windows laptop for $200, does anyone need a Chromebook? That's an existential question we hope to answer soon. But if you want a big, honking 15-inch Chromebook, it looks like Acer's got just the Chromebook for you.
Chromebooks just got big. Acer's new gargantuan 15.6-inch Chromebook 15 is leading off its suite of releases for this year's CES, and it's sweeping up the award for Biggest, Cheapest Chromebook right off the bat.
Acer's new tablet, the Aspire Switch 12, claims to be five devices in one—though you may find some of them rather more useful than others.
Update: Amazon has the 1080p model of this Chromebook marked down to $250 as well. Your battery life will drop from 13 hours to 11, but that's well worth the increase in resolution.
This content is brought to you by the Commerce Team, the same group of writers and product enthusiasts that put together your daily deal roundups: Gizmodo Deals, Kotaku Deals, and Lifehacker Deals. We work independently of Gizmodo Editorial Staff to bring you the best deals and tell you about our own favorite…
Laptops are at a point right now where they should all be more or less excellent. Ultrabooks are into their third year of relevance, and the screens and processors that are widely available are good enough that you can piecemeal together a perfectly acceptable laptop from chaff, more or less. So making a great one is…