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Indian PC market hits all-time low on back of GST implementation
Traditional PC shipments in India have slumped nearly 19% quarter on quarter to an all-time low on the back of the recent GST implementation, IDC says.
Acer's New Zealand business back in black
Acer Computer’s New Zealand business has bounced back into the black in its latest financials, after recording a 7% increase in revenue for the year.
Cyclone fleshes out All of Government offerings with new Acer deal
Cyclone has inked a deal with Acer which will see it providing the vendor’s full product suite to All of Government participating agencies.
New partnership gives educators more ICT procurement options
Acer and Cyclone forge new partnership to pass on savings and a wider range of ICT procurement options to New Zealand Schools.
Acer reveals ultra thin gaming notebook with NASA technology
Acer's new gaming notebook features a very slim design, latest graphics and processors with what it claims is industry-leading thermal technology.
Microsoft announces controllers for mixed reality headsets
Developers have two headsets to choose from: a $300 Acer one and a $329 HP one, both of which are available now for pre-order.
Acer's new Predator gaming laptop looks FIERCE
Acer's Predator 21 X, with a trailblazing curved screen, wows gamers at its Australian premiere during IEM eSports event.
Another smartwatch, this time by Acer
Acer has unveiled its new Leap Ware smartwatch at a press conference in New York, which aims to help users manage fitness goals and offers social features.
Education, govt and corporate buck downward trend to record increased PC sales
Education, govt and corporate PC shipments have recorded growth in Australia for Q4 and full year 2016, IDC Australia says. So who's winning and why?.
Hands-on review: Acer Switch Alpha 12 - a tablet packed with value
Armed with an Intel Core i3 processor, the Acer Switch Alpha 12 is pretty zippy upon startup, and I found it easy to use the touch screen controls.
Hands-on review: ACER Aspire S13 - slim, sexy and powerful
The Aspire S13 is easily one of the most user-friendly devices I’ve trialled, with a powerful processor, the wonderful ergonomics and a sexy feel.
Dick Smith creditors vote for liquidation of failed company
Dick Smith Holdings creditors have voted to place the failed business into liquidation in a last ditch effort to recoup some of their lost money.
Acer NZ slides further into the red despite revenue increases
Acer's New Zealand operations have tumbled further into the red, despite an increase in revenue, with losses topping $1 million for FY15.
Acer suffers US data breach, extent of damage unknown
Taiwanese tech giant Acer recently suffered a massive data breach that has potentially affected 34,500 of its US customers.
Acer plans ambitious repositioning strategy
Acer has announced plans to target several new markets to drive public perception away from being an inexpensive, entry-level PC brand.
Acer reports lacklustre revenues for 1Q16
Acer has released its financial results for the first quarter of 2016, with figures not looking so great for the Taiwan-based PC vendor.
Acer works to maintain lead in competitive PC market
Acer battles for supremacy in the fierce PC industry, positioning itself as an innovator amidst giants with clearer visions.
NSW Government updates whole-of-government ICT hardware contract
The NSW Government has extended its whole-of-government ICT hardware contract through to April 30, 2017 and updated the devices covered by the deal.
VIDEO: Acer Predator face off - X34 vs Z35
Watch the ultimate Acer Predator showdown, as Computer Lounge scrutinises the X34 and Z35 panels for the best gaming edge.
Emerson snaps up Distribution Central NZ boss for channel role
Emerson Network Power has snapped up Distribution Central NZ country manager Stewart Williams as its first New Zealand channel manager.
Microsoft and Acer expand partnership
Microsoft-Acer tie-up enhances mobile productivity with pre-installed apps on Acer devices, elevating user experience from H2 2016.
Pakuranga College takes out New Era/Acer eLearning challenge
Pakuranga College students have been reaping the rewards of an outcome-based eLearning initiative, which has now won them $10,000 of IT and support.
NZ PC market stabilises following competition from Lenovo
New Zealand PC market stabilises despite decline, says IDC. PC shipments totalled 188,000 units in Q2 2015. HP dominates with 37% market share.
Lower PC pricing and Chromebooks bite into Acer NZ revenue
Acer New Zealand sees declining revenue - but a reduced loss - as entry level PC and Chromebook popularity bites.