Acer showed off the latest entries in the Predator line at Computex. They include new gaming desktops and laptops, of course, along with a projector and two G-Sync monitors, including a 34-inch super-wide option.
During its keynote presentation at the Computex tech show in Taiwan, Microsoft has shown off several previously unseen pieces of new hardware, all of which makes best use of the upcoming Windows 10 software.
Acer has taken to the Windows Blog to announce the upcoming refresh of its Z line of all-in-one PCs, set to release sometime in Q3 of this year and stocked with upgrades to the processor, RAM, and storage space.
This Wednesday in New York City, Acer pulled the sheets off its plans to capture the hearts of gamers everywhere with its refreshed line of Predator-branded laptops, desktops, tablets and monitors in 2015.
Acer introduced a trio of new wearable fitness trackers under the Liquid Leap brand and a new Liquid X2 smartphone with a huge battery at an event in New York. A cheap Windows phone is also on its way to the U.S.