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Casa Batllo

Acer held a press conference at Antoni Gaudi's Casa Batllo during GSMA Mobile World Congress 2009 to unveil its new line of smartphones.

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Party entrance

The entrance to the event.

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Tapas time

Acer hosted a happy hour before the start of the event where attendees dined on some fine tapas.

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Hot event

The press conference proved to be a popular event, as journalists and other industry members crowded into the room to learn about Acer's new devices.

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Acer's Netbooks

Acer, which is more known for its Netbooks and notebooks, said entering the smartphone market was a natural move for the company and part of its long-term mobile strategy.

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Acer executives

Several of Acer's executives were on hand to explain the company's strategy and the vision behind its line of smartphones.

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Acer L1

One of the announced products was the Acer L1. The L1 is aimed at first-time smartphone users.

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Acer F900

The Acer F900 is all about Web browsing. The Windows Mobile smartphone features a 3.8-inch WVGA touch screen and has integrated Wi-Fi and 3G support.

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Acer M900

If the slide-out QWERTY keyboard didn't give it away, the Acer M900 is designed for the messaging fanatics. The M900 will ship with Windows Mobile 6.1 Professional Edition and has GPS and a 5-megapixel camera.

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