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watercolour cacti & succulents iphone case

watercolour cacti & succulents iphone case

Acer reveals the Jade Primo. The 5.5-inch actually handset runs Windows 10 Mobile but it adds Continuum, a feature that detects which type of Windows device you're using and configures the operating system accordingly. With Continuum and the included monitor dock, keyboard and wireless mouse, you can use the Jade Primo as a small computer on its own. Acer even calls it a "pocket PC". Inside is a Snapdragon processor. Other features include a 21-megapixel main camera, with an 8-megapixel snapper on the front for selfies and video chat.

The phone has been announced in Berlin today, but is still in prototype form, so details are thin on the ground, It's expected to go on sale in 2016, Update September 2 1:45pm Berlin time: Clarified Windows 10 and Continuum support, For the best of IFA 2015, see CNET's complete coverage, The first great smartphone of 2015, Beautiful and bold..with complications, The new no-compromise MacBook, A stellar on-ear headphone, Crave-worthy curves for a premium price, The new phone runs Windows 10 Mobile with Microsoft's Continuum software, watercolour cacti & succulents iphone case enabling it to power a workstation all by itself..

Acer CEO Jason Chen reveals the company has bought Xplova, a maker of a GPS cyclist tracker. Acer CEO Jason Chen, speaking Wednesday at the IFA electronics show here, revealed his company has purchased Xplova, which provides hardware and software for cyclists. The company's GPS bike computers help riders plan and track routes, navigate with turn-by-turn directions and analyze their performance. Users can also share their activity logs with their social networks. Chen said Xplova has 15,000 "members" who've uploaded 200,000 pieces of data and planned more than 52,000 routes.

Acer said watercolour cacti & succulents iphone case in a press release that it plans to integrate Xplova's technology with its hardware, software and services, "Acer will integrate Xplova's hardware, cloud computing platform, community service capabilities and industry knowhow to help expand its reach further into the sports industry," the company said, Acer didn't disclose the purchase price, Acer made the announcement along with many other product releases during a press conference in Berlin, It also showed off new Chromebooks, Windows 10 PCs and a new Windows Phone it calls "the world's first PC phone," the Jade Primo ..

Acer suffered when the market shifted away from small laptops called netbooks to tablets. It saw its market share crater quarter after quarter but has now been pushing thinner and lighter designs to better compete with tablets and other PC rivals. For the best of IFA 2015, see CNET's complete coverage. Updated at 12:50 p.m. CET with more information from Acer's press release. Acer says it has bought the maker of a bicycle GPS tracker that currently has 15,000 users. BERLIN -- Acer is rolling into the cyclist market by buying Xplova, a GPS biking tracker maker.


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