At Computex 2013 event last week, Acer leaked their strategy for mobile devices released in 2014. The Taiwanese manufacturer revealed their plan of separating devices based on CPU, like Qualcomm, MediaTek and Intel. For Intel, Acer plans to use Intel chips for phablet devices only.
At the same event, Acer announced the company’s first phablet, Liquid S1 with MediaTek chip inside. Acer also announced the first 8.0-inch Windows 8 tablet called Iconia W3 priced at $380.
From the presentation slides dominated with plans to release Android devices, Acer’s plan to release a Windows Phone device was also revealed. Acer targets first half of 2014 for releasing the WP-based device.