Acer Leaps Into Wearables

— June 02, 2014

Acer debuted a lineup of products from its first wearable, to new smartphones and tablets. The Acer Liquid Leap is a touch-screen smartband with fitness tracking, phone and SMS notification, and music control, and will be sold together with the Acer Liquid Jade smartphone in selected markets. The new smartphone is ultra-slim with a curved design featuring an IPS and Zero Air Gap technologies HD display and great camera performance.

Smartband
The Liquid Leap emits has a modern linear design. The slim 1-inch touch screen is embedded in a durable rubber wristband for comfortable everyday usage. It tracks users’ fitness including steps, running distance, calories burned, and sleeping cycle.

It’s on 24/7 and features incoming call and SMS notification so users will never miss a call. The music control function lets users access the music library on their smartphone, and play, pause, switch to previous or next songs.

Light weight and stylish, the Liquid Leap comes in a variety of colors: Moonstone White, Mineral Black, Aquamarine, Fragrant Pink, and Vivid Orange. With up to 7 days of battery life, it features Bluetooth 4.0 connectivity, and supports waterproof IPX7 standard.

Liquid Jade Smartphone
The Liquid Jade smartphone targets users for whom every device or accessory carried is an expression of their style and personality. The simple, elegant design features a curved ergonomic outline all-around, including the Gorilla Glass 3 display.

Running on Android 4.4, the 5-inch HD screen with IPS and Zero Air Gap technologies offers a bright view, perfect for viewing those precious moments captured on the 13 MP main camera with 0.3 second focus and F1.8 aperture. The ultra-compact Acer Liquid Jade measures 63 cc in volume and measures 7.5 mm thin.

Build Your Own Cloud – BYOC
The Liquid Jade can be seamlessly integrated with other Acer PCs for accessing data anytime, anywhere through build your own cloud (BYOC). BYOC enables users to build their own cloud on their devices, on a reliable and secure platform with convenient access to their information and content anytime, anywhere.

More Smartphones
Liquid E700: 3500 mAh battery to provide nonstop connectivity with up to 24 hours of talk time, 60 hours of standby time; curved form factor with light 155 g weight; triple SIM capabilities, quad-band connectivity, ideal for busy business and avid leisure travelers; Android 4.4 (KitKat), a quad-core processor, 4 GB of internal storage and MicroSD card for expandable storage.
 
E600: Curved form factor, quad-core processor; LTE Category 4 network; made for multitasking with Acer SnapNote, AcerFLOAT user interface that allows several app windows to stay open at once.
 
Liquid X1: 5.7-inch smartphone that brings together Octa-core processing power, LTE connectivity, impressive imaging capabilities and intuitive control features, all in an elegant, lightweight form factor; designed for busy professionals.  
 
Liquid Z200: Designed for first-time feature phone users or second phone buyers on a budget; 4-inch WVGA display entry smartphone with optional dual SIM comes with essential smart features; runs on Android 4.4 (KitKat) holds comfortably for one-hand usage and features an optional flip cover that lets users simply turn on their smartphone with a flip.
 
Iconia Tab 8
The new tablet has a 8-inch Full HD (1920 x 1200) display with IPS technology; enhanced with Zero Air Gap technology, reducing light reflection, bringing higher contrast and delivering brighter, crisper images, as well as better readability under sunlight, plus anti-fingerprint coating; Intel Atom Z3745 quad-core processor; 8.5 mm thin and weighing 360g light.  
 
It runs on Android 4.4 (KitKat) and features Acer Touch WakeApp which lets users quickly and easily wake up the Iconia Tab 8 with a simple touch gesture. Users stay connected to Wi-Fi networks with 802.11a/b/g/n wireless support and MIMO technology brings fast Wi-Fi performance. It also features a MicroSD card slot that allows for extended storage and seamless integration with other devices on the cloud.

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