The Liquid Z330 is Acer's budget-friendly smartphone which, along with the Z320, feature 4.5-inch displays, dual cameras (5 megapixels on the front/back for the Z330), and all-plastic bodies with buttonless front panels.
The Z330 will be hitting shelves in Europe and the UK in October, for 129 euros (which converts to £95, $145 or AU$210).
The Acer Predator 15 and 17 build in Core i7 6700HQ processors, Nvidia GeForce GTX980 graphics, and up to 32GB of memory.
To battle the dreaded in-game latency problems, Acer worked with Killer to install its network manager and DoubleShot Pro service into the laptops that effectively let you use a wireless connection and Ethernet at the same time, distributing bandwidth to the priorities that you specify.
The Predator notebooks will start shipping in November starting at $1,499 for the 15 and $1,599 for the 17.
Chromebooks are the fastest growing segment in 2014, according to Acer, and the R 11 is the company's ticket into the ultraportable category.
It's a convertible tablet that can switch switch back and forth between a host of different software modes to match any environment, from "tent mode" that lets you experience the tablet in a tight spot or simple laptop mode for times when you know you'll be stationary for a while to use the device in one place.
The Aspire V 13 is available in black or white, designed to be a professional-quality notebook with an HD Web cam for online Web calls, four USB ports and dual speakers powered by Dolby Audio Technology.
It'll sell in October for $599 for the base model.