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AcerCloud seeks favorable wind for ultrabooks

Chairman J.T. Wang wastes no time in talking up AcerCloud, a service the company helped create through its acquisition of iGware.

By January 8, 2012

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Acer touts new wave of ultrabooks, plus AcerCloud (live blog)

Acer provides more details on its Aspire Timeline Ultra series of ultrabooks, news of which came out ahead of its CES press conference. The company also talks up AcerCloud, hoping the service will set it apart from the crowd.

By January 7, 2012

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Acer's cloud strategy too late, too copycat

If all Acer can come up with is a clone of other cloud services, the company has serious problems.

By January 8, 2012

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Acer CloudMobile Ice Cream Sandwich phone ready for MWC

Acer has no qualms about sharing its Mobile World Congress smartphone plans ahead of the show. In fact, it's boasting.

By February 10, 2012

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An early letdown: Acer unveils ultrabooks, cloud, and little else

The first press conference of CES kicks off with a whimper as Acer wades further into the ultrabook fray and a proprietary cloud service. Disappointingly, it only teases a new tablet.

By January 8, 2012

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Aspire S5: Acer boasts world's thinnest ultrabook

Acer lays claim to the world's thinnest ultrabook (for now) with the Aspire S5, which comes in at 15 millimeters.

By January 8, 2012

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Acer teases tablet with highest screen resolution yet

At its press conference, Acer briefly showed off its next-generation tablet sporting a native 1080p screen.

By January 8, 2012

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Hands on with Acer's pair of ultrabooks: Aspire S5 and Timeline Ultra

We take a look at the superthin Aspire S5, and the 14- and 15-inch Timeline Ultra at Acer's press conference at CES.

By January 8, 2012

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Acer Aspire Timeline Ultra: Doubling down on ultrabooks

The PC maker unveils its latest ultrabook, marking its second take after an initial version launch in September.

By January 8, 2012

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First day at CES 2012 a mixed bag

Acer announces new ultrabooks, a cloud, and little else, while OnStar gives third-party developers the green light. Meanwhile, Lenovo unveils what may be the first Ice Cream Sandwich TV.

By January 8, 2012