And it is paying off
Acer has been focuing on flogging high-margin PCs including gaming notebooks, ultra-thin models and 2-in-1s, and it appears to be paying off.
This coming Monday, at the famous Battersea Dogs Home, Acer will revolutionise the world of pets by telling the world that it and a firm called Pawbo UK will let you give your pets an IP address, turning them into the internet of fangs.
Expects to make a bob or two
While global demand for LCD monitors is as depressing as US politics, Acer expect its LCD monitor shipments to be stable in 2017.
As well as curved Predator Z271UV
At its next@Acer event held in New York, Acer unleashed a couple of new products including two high-end gaming monitors with Nvidia G-Sync, the 27-inch Predator X27 4K/UHD 144Hz monitor with HDR and the 27-inch Predator Z271UV curved WQHD 165Hz monitor.
With a price close to five figures
On Thursday, Acer Taiwan officially released the latest design in its line of professional gaming notebook products, this time without holding back any strings on screen size or portability.
Benefiting others improves individual-societal relationships
The founder of Acer Inc, who began his company back in 1976 and has now witnessed it become the sixth largest PC vendor in the world, admits he is not a fan of how Taiwanese students behave themselves during university graduation ceremonies.
Windows Mixed Reality headsets will also play a minor role
According to a recent report from top executives at Acer, the company expects to experience double-digit growth this year in the gaming PC and low-cost Chromebook markets, with most of the growth being generated from Chromebooks in particular.
Drivers spend an average of 20 minutes searching for metered parking
During last year’s Mobile World Congress, Acer made headlines when it announced a venture into the automotive industry with products to update in-dash console software and avoid collisions.
Focusing on transportation sector in Taiwan
Acer is expected to break into new territory in the fields of artificial intelligence, deep learning in 2017 and has begun talking with several potential clients about shipping its first in-house robotics devices, according to company CEO Jason Chen.
Education takes top priority with new ruggedized designs
This year, Acer is set to introduce a larger variety of notebook products to meet the specific needs of niche markets ranging from education, casual web browsing and productivity, and even a product themed after the local sea goddess of Taiwan.