At its CES press conference today, Acer unveiled its new line of ultrabooks, Aspire Timeline Ultra, news of which leaked out earlier today. It also talked up its AcerCloud service, which the company hopes will give it an edge in pushing its line of ultrabooks.
Acer expects to start shipping the Aspire Timelne Ultra--which has instant-on capabilities, an Intel Core i processor, a slim DVD drive, and eight hours of battery life--sometime in the first quarter.
Company Chairman J.T. Wang touted AcerCloud, which enables users to sync files between a Windows-based device and an Android device.
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