Acer is launching new Aspire notebooks based on Intel's latest Core i3 and i5 processors.
Las Vegas natives call it "The Big Show." NotebookReview.com staff members call it "Hell Week." Everyone else knows it best as the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES). CES 2010 officially opens its doors on Thursday, but the newest laptops and related gizmos are already starting to show up. Take a look at our predictions, and check back here for the latest news.
Acer today announced an updated version of its popular Aspire One netbook.
Acer today introduced its TravelMate business-oriented Timeline notebooks.
Acer's chairmen said in a DigiTimes report that HP and Dell are not pushing ultra-thin notebooks hard enough, which is hurting the market for them.
Acer today introduced its Aspire 8940 notebook featuring an 18.4-inch display and an Intel Core i7 processor.
Acer has introduced an Aspire notebook with 3D viewing technology.
Acer's latest notebook comes in the form of the Aspire AS1410, an 11.6-inch ultraportable weighing 3.08 pounds.
Acer today announced its first touchscreen notebook, the Aspire 5738PG.
Acer today issued a voluntary recall for some of its Aspire consumer notebooks.
According to a DigiTimes report, market sources expect Acer to take the notebook market by storm this September with notebook shipments approaching 3.6 million.
Acer today announced its new Aspire Gemstone Blue notebooks with screen sizes of 15.6 and 17.3 inches. All feature 16:9 aspect ratio displays with LED backlighting, wireless N, and Dolby Surround Sound technology.
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