At this year’s CES, we’re seeing some interesting innovations in the all-in-one computer category.
The cheapest Chromebook gets thinner, lighter and faster, with longer battery life.
Two inexpensive and lightweight laptops with some big differences.
New tablets from Acer, Dell and Lenovo look an awful lot alike.
Low price, but surprisingly decent specs? Chromebooks are getting really interesting.
Heading back to school and looking for a cheap laptop? The $200 Acer C7 Chromebook provides a fair amount of bang for the buck.
While the Acer Aspire R7 has promotional ties to Star Trek, I’m hoping it appears in a sequel long before the crew of the Enterprise does.
Mother’s Day deals from Amazon and Barnes & Noble do look enticing, but they don’t represent your last chance to score a decent tablet for cheap. Hang tight; the next few months should be a lot of fun to watch.
Say what you will about Windows 8. If it’s done anything, it’s gotten hardware manufacturers to rethink the tried-and-true laptop design. Case in point: two new machines from Acer.
Out of the entire first wave of Windows 8 hybrids that launched late last year, Acer’s Iconia W510 was the one that interested me most. It’s all the more heartbreaking, then, that it isn’t very good.
Windows 8’s compatibility with keyboard, track pad and touch has created a new world of possibilities for PC makers
When Windows 8 launches on Oct. 26, expect to see lots of hybrid PCs that combine a tablet and a laptop into a single, convertible device.
Acer’s Iconia W700 is an example of something different: the tablet-desktop …