Acer launches their Windows 8 portfolio

Acer launches their Windows 8 portfolio

In line with the General Availability of Windows 8, Acer Philippines today launched their latest offerings which includes 2 tablet PCs ( Iconia Tab W510 and W700), an Ultrabook ( Aspire S7 which is available in two sizes, 11.6 and 13.3”) and two All-in-one PCs ( Aspire 5600U and 7600U).


We’ve already given you a short introduction about these Windows 8 devices on our previous posts so we suggest reading through those by clicking the link for each product.

Along with the launch of these new products, AcerCloud was also highlighted during the event. This cloud storage solution enables user to easily share files with other smart devices (Android) and access those whenever and wherever. Acer also mentioned that they’re planning to bring the AcerCloud to Windows-based devices in the future, we’re not sure though if it’ll have support for the iOS platform in the future.



Another good thing about it is that it’ll be bundled on all Acer PCs(Q2 2012 onwards) at no extra charge. The catch is that the uploaded files can only accessed for 30 days, meaning you’ll have to migrate those before the given time expires or else it’ll be automatically deleted. In a nutshell, AcerCloud was not meant to store your files for a long period of time, its main function is to temporary store the files to allow users to access it from any supported device anywhere they are.


These new Acer products are set to hit the shelves next month. SRP for each product are as follow:

Note: Price may vary depending on configuration (storage capacity, RAM and processor)

Acer Iconia Tab W510 – PhP29’990
Acer Iconia Tab W700 – PhP39’990
Acer Aspire S7 11.6” – approx.PhP59’990
Acer Aspire S7 13.3” – approx. PhP74’900
Acer Aspire5600U AIO PC (23-inch) – TBA
Acer Aspire7600U AIO PC (27-inch) – TBA

As we inch closer to the official launch of Microsoft’s new OS, we’re expecting that other manufacturers will also unveil their products in the coming weeks. So stay tuned as we bring you more updates on the upcoming Windows 8 devices.

This article was written by Ronnie Bulaong, a special features contributor and correspondent for YugaTech. Follow him on Twitter @turonbulaong.

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2 Responses

  1. floyd says:

    Does the price of w510 already includes the keyboard?

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