Acer Iconia W3 is now Official a Windows 8 Tablet

Just over a month ago, an eight-inch Acer tablet running Windows 8 mysteriously showed up on Amazon, only to be removed from the site...

A closer look at the Acer Iconia A1 tablet (Photos and Video)

Last week in New York Acer unveiled their new Iconia A1 tablet. We were there and managed to get a closer look at them.

Acer unveils 7.9″ Iconia A1 tablet

Acer today unveiled the Acer Iconia A1, the company’s first full-featured 20.1 cm (7.9”) tablet targeted at modern day explorers, adventurers, digital freaks and busy mobile executives requiring an all-day mobile companion.

Acer unveils second generation Iconia B1 tablet

Acer today unveiled the second generation Acer Iconia B1 with a new pure and simple design, increased performance and additional 3G data connection option, setting a new standard for a tablet targeted at young or new users or families looking for an additional tablet for their children.

Acer Iconia W3 8-inch Windows 8 Tablet Leaked?

The Acer Iconia W3 tablet has been revealed in an online leak. Leaked by French website Minimachines, the device is expected to be the first 8-inch...

CES 2013 : Acer announces the Iconia B1-A71 tablet

Acer today announced the Iconia B1-A71 tablet targeted at young or new users or families looking for an additional tablet for their children.

Acer’s special-edition Olympic tablet the Iconia A510 now available at Carphone Warehouse

Acer’s special-edition Olympic tablet, the Iconia A510, is available now from £349 at Carphone Warehouse. This full HD, extreme-multitasking tablet comes pre-loaded with Eurosport Player...

CES 2012: Acer Show Off their Next Generation Iconia Tab 2012

Yesterday during the Acer press conference at CES 2012, Acer showed off their forthcoming next generation Acer Iconia Tab.

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