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CES 2012: Acer presents Aspire Timeline Ultra

Jan 9, 16:24

Since Acer rolled out the first ultrabook in September 2011, the company has extended the product's unique features across its mainstream line of notebooks with 14-inch and 15-inch...

CES 2012: Acer Aspire Timeline Ultra notebook

Acer expected to turn a profit in 4Q11

Dec 13, 01:30

Acer is expected to turn a profit in the fourth quarter of 2011 as the company has been aggressive reducing its inventory levels, which should reach 20-25 days by the end of 2011,...

Acer expects component shortages for tablet PCs and smartphones

Apr 7, 01:15

Commenting about the tablet PC market, Acer Taiwan president Scott Lin pointed out that the company is currently working aggressively over its tablet PCs and is doing a marvelous...

Taiwan market: Acer announces new Timeline notebooks; aims to sell 6 million units

Apr 7, 01:10

Acer has announced its third-generation Timeline notebooks featuring Intel's Sandy Bridge processor and ultra-thin industrial design in Taiwan and the company is aiming to sell six...

Acer new Timeline notebooks to hit market in April, say sources

Mar 7, 12:03

Acer's third-generation Timeline Sandy Bridge-based ultra-thin notebooks are expected to hit the market in April, according to industry sources. The new Timeline lineup will be available...

Acer takes less than 2 weeks to restock Intel Sandy Bridge notebooks

Mar 3, 01:00

Acer took less than two weeks to re-produce notebooks with fixed Intel Sandy Bridge chipsets and ship them to retail channels worldwide; leading all other global brands, mainly due...

Acer to move mainstream ultra-thin notebooks under Gateway brand

Jun 25, 14:42

Acer has recently adjusted its ultra-thin notebook strategy and plans to move its ultra-thin notebooks under the Gateway brand, and only the 11.6-inch Aspire Timeline will remain...

Taiwan market: Acer TimelineX notebooks priced at NT$34,900-44,900

Mar 31, 16:50

Acer launched its TimelineX series ultra-thin notebooks in Taiwan on March 30 with a price range of NT$34,900-44,900 (US$1,099-1,414) for 13.3-inch, 14-inch and 15.6-inch models.

Acer debuts TimelineX series notebooks

Mar 24, 16:47

Acer on March 23 unveiled TimelineX, an extended series of the existing Timeline ultra-thin notebook. Acer expects its Timeline and TimelineX models together will account for 30-40%...

Acer to globally debut Calpella Timeline notebooks March 22

Mar 17, 16:30

Acer will unveil its Calpella Timeline series notebooks equipped with Intel Core i3 and Core i5 processors for the global market on March 22, according to industry sources in Taiwa...

Toshiba patent complaint to have little impact, says Wistron

Jan 21, 14:10

Wistron has commented on a recent patent complaint over notebook technologies lodged by Toshiba, saying that shipment volumes of affected notebook models are very small and so the...

Acer to launch 11.6-inch ultra-thin notebook in July

Jun 9, 13:55

Acer will launch a Timeline series of ultra-thin notebooks with a screen size of 11.6 inches in July, with Quanta Computer to undertake OEM production, according to industry sources...

Ultra-thin notebook proportion to reach 20%, says Acer manager

May 22, 12:03

Acer expects CULV-based ultra-thin notebooks will account for around 20% of its total notebook shipments in the future as consumer reaction toward the product line are mostly positive,...

Acer starts selling ultra-thin notebook

May 7, 15:19

Acer has started selling its first CULV-based ultra-thin notebook – the 13.3-inch Timeline 3810T. The notebook adopts Intel's Core 2 Solo SU3500 CPU and GS45 chipset, along...

Acer chairman confirms Timeline ultra-thin notebook production problems

Apr 30, 12:11

Acer chairman JT Wang has confirmed that the company's new Timeline ultra-thin notebook product line is facing a panel shortage.

Acer ultra-thin notebook suffering from low panel yields, says paper

Newswatch - Apr 28, 14:50

Wistron is having trouble meeting orders for Acer's new Timeline notebooks this month due to low yield rates of ultra-thin panels, according to a Chinese-language Apply Daily...

Acer expects notebook shipments to grow 25-30% sequentially in 2Q09

Apr 9, 14:52

Acer chairman JT Wang expects notebook shipments in the second quarter to grow 25-30% sequentially thanks to netbooks and the company's new Timeline ultra-thin notebook series.

JT Wang, chairman of Acer
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