This activity tracker will be Acer's entry into the wearables market when it arrives later this summer. Our colleagues at IDG News Service had the chance to try out the Liquid Leap at the Computex trade show in Taipei.
Acer is aiming to gain a foothold in the nascent wearables market by launching the Liquid Leap, a fitness tracker that monitors calories burned, steps taken, distance and gives notifications about incoming calls and text messages on its 1-inch touchscreen.
Get a look at Acer's higher-end 8-inch Android tablet and its first wearable, the Liquid Leap fitness tracker.
Acer's first wearable, called Liquid Leap, is a fitness tracker, much like Samsung's Gear Fit
Watch highlights from Intel's Chromebook event, where the chipmaker announced that the first low-cost Chromebooks that use Intel’s ‘Bay Trail’ Atom chip will start to go on sale this summer.
Acer unveiled its new product lineup at an event in New York Tuesday, highlighting tablets and hybrid devices in an effort to counter the company's ailing PC business.
Acer's latest Chromebook undercuts the touchscreen Chromebook Pixel's price tag by a cool $1,000.
Don't know what specs a laptop has to sport to bear Intel's Ultrabook seal of approval? Don't worry: We'll tell you everything you need to know about this ultra-portable line of laptops.
For the first time, the iPad has fallen off the top of the customer satisfaction charts, beaten out by none other than Samsung. And it's exactly for the reason you might guess.
IDC and Gartner report that the PC market continued downhill during the third quarter, although IDC, at least, reported sales were better than expected.
Intel's fourth-generation mobile Core processor is a powerhouse, and these five notebooks do the best job of harnessing it.
The latest Haswell Chromebooks from Acer,Hewlett-Packard, and others should last nine hours or so on a charge, with all the performance of Intel's latest Core chips.
Panasonic and Acer believe bigger is better when it comes to tablets and all-in-ones. This video report from the IFA consumer electronics show looks at Panasonic's 20-inch 4K tablet and Acer's 24-inch all-in-one.
Bigger is better, at least in the minds of Panasonic and Acer when it comes to tablets and all-in-ones.
Acer has chosen a different approach to the all-in-one PC, installing Android instead of Windows on its upcoming DA241HL, but the problem is that Google's operating systems isn't a desktop OS.
The company is showing off a prototype laptop shell, called Acer Extend, that's powered entirely by a connected smartphone.