Acer also announced a mix of Android and Windows.
- Iconia dual-screen tablet, a netbook-type product running Windows 7, with a second screen where you’d normally expect a keyboard (like Toshiba’s Libretto). If you put both hands on top of the display, a virtual keyboard automatically appears, anticipating your needs. There’re gesture controls, as well, for easy interaction with the system. The bottom screen is for media management, while the top screen displays An SDK will be available by the end of December.
- Also a Streak-like 5-inch Andriod 3.0 phone that gives a full web experience with a 1.3MP front camera, 8MP rear camera, and can take 720p video.
- clear.fi: Acer’s pushing unified devices with what they’re calling clear.fi. Basically, when you download content it’ll be available on all clear.fi devices. It’s a way to stream media across over Wi-Fi–it automatically discovers connected devices, and uses a simple drag and drop interface to spread your media around. Sources go on the left, media in the middle, and destination devices on the right.