1Acer Unveils New Notebook PCs, Tablets, Gaming Devices at IFA
2Building the Revo Build PC
3The Main Building Block
4Adding the Extras
The blocks are connected via pogo pins and magnetic coupling—essentially users can snap them in place, and they are good to go. They’re also just as easy to swap out. For example, if users want more than the 32GB of storage the machine offers, they can connect a block that offers a 500GB or 1TB portable hard drive.
5Let the Gaming Begin
6Gaming on a Tablet
7Powerful Computing on the Go
8Refreshing the High-End Notebooks
9From Notebook to Tablet
10Making the Chromebook Convertible
11Everything in Its Place
12Growing the Smartphone Portfolio
Also at IFA, Acer unveiled six new Liquid smartphones, with four running Android 5.1 and two running Windows 10 Mobile. They all include such features as Acer BluelightShield for controlling users’ exposure to blue light from the screen and DTS Studio Sound for high-quality audio performance for music and movies.