Once reluctant to enter the tablet game, Acer's coming out firing with details on new Android and Windows tablets, along with an oversized smartphone. Here's a closer look at the upcoming touch screen products, all due in the early part of next year.
Acer's upcoming tablets, smartphone: A visual tour
By Jared Newman | PC World
Published 15:10, 26 November 10
Acer debuts a tablet computer and smartphone making it the latest company to challenge Apple and its touch screen devices the iPad and iPhone.
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4.8-inch Android Smartphone
Acer's pushing the boundaries of acceptable smartphone size with a 4.8-inch screen and 21:9 aspect ratio. And unlike Dell's Streak, which would could never quite commit to a product category, Acer cheerily calls this device a "smartphone with the soul of a tablet." Resolution is 1024-by-480, and there's an 8-megapixel camera with flash, but no front-facing camera. Flash 10.1 will be supported. Other specs, pricing and release date are unknown.