Firm reveals curved G-sync monitor

Acer unveils new education range: “We’ll be the last man standing in the PC industry”

Acer’s CEO Jason Chen took to the stage at the company’s global lunch event in New York today, where he announced some new devices for the back-to-school season.

With over 250 products launching, among those include the Acer Iconia Tab 10 for education, which features NFC technology for sharing capabilities.

Acer also announced its latest two-in-one notebook, the Switch 10 E (pictured) and Switch 10, plus the Switch 11 that features a new hinge design.

Other products include the Aspire R11, the smallest addition to Acer’s notebook line, a 15-inch chromebook dubbed the CB3-531, the Iconia One 8 tablet, as well as three new projectors.

(Acer CB3-531 Chromebook)

The company also showcased its 34-inch curved XR341CKA monitor, which features Nvidia G-sync technology.

(Acer Curved XR341CKA Monitor)

Check out the product price guide below:

In addition, Acer updated its wearable range with the new Liquid Leap Fit and Liquid Leap Curve.

The Fit features a one-inch screen and comes equipped with a heart monitor and stress sensor, while the Curve comes with a curved screen, plus its strap can be changed and personalised.

Chen revealed during the launch that the firm has a global reach spanning 160 countries.

Chen said: “All of us are survivors. We will be the last man standing in the PC industry.

“We have optimised ourselves to the level where we have the lowest operational expense. No matter what happens we will be here and I will be here.”

Check out our Facebook gallery by clicking on the image of the Acer Liquid Curve below:

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