Tag: acer

Kevin Turner reveals Chromebook-beating cheap PCs 
Sub-$250 laptops from Acer, HP and Toshiba.
 
Lenovo, Asus and Dell lead PC upswing but Acer stutters 
 
The 10 coolest laptops of 2014 (so far) 
From Apple Macbook to Hewlett-Packard Zbook 14.
 
Acer taps new chairman to reverse PC maker's decline 
Suffered 20 percent decline in PC shipments.
 
Acer enters cloud computing race 
Struggling vendor responds to shrinking PC market.
 
Acer returns to profit... making $35,000 
New CEO Jason Chen guides the firm back to the black.
 
Intel lifts lid on new generation of Chromebooks 
 
Acer mounts SMB push in Australia 
Amid serious declines in PC shipments.
 
Acer launches new commercial Ultrabook in Australia 
 
Photos: Acer's new touchscreen Chromebook 
New C720P is latest example of emerging platform.
 
Acer Australia: Google Apps resellers should try hardware 
Software partners have more "intimate relationship" with clients.
 
Acer partners get Intel education suite 
Opportunity for Acer partners to increase margins
 
Acer's Aussie partners cast vote on management reshuffle 
Future success depends on channel, say resellers.
 
Acer Australia boss Charles Chung to depart 
Follows MD's ill health and years of declines at PC maker.
 
Acer unveils new lightweight tablet range  
 
Struggling Acer brings back founder 
Just two weeks after new chief executive.
 
Acer CEO steps down after tough third quarter 
 
Vendor pushes Google notebook in education space  
Acer targets booming education market with latest Chromebook.
 
Chromebooks help PC market beat analyst expectations 
 
Acer's new C7 Chromebook features Haswell and SSD  
Acer's new C7 Chromebooker arrives with Haswell and improved battery life
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Issue: 328 | June 2014

CRN Magazine looks in-depth at the emerging issues and developments for the channel, and provides insight, analysis and strategic information to help resellers better run their businesses.