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Taiwan’s Acer to launch ‘smartband’ wearable device

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May
2014

Taiwans leading personal computer maker Acer announced Friday that it will debut its first wearable device at the upcoming Computex trade show before shipping the products later this year. Liquid Leap, a one-inch touch-screen smartband with fitness tracking, phone and SMS notification and music control, will be sold together with the Liquid Jade smartphone in selected markets from the third quarter, Acer said. With the introduction of the Acer Liquid Leap, Acer now offers a comprehensive range of touch devices from 1 inch to 27 inches in display size for different customer needs, it said in a statement. Founded by Stan Shih in 1976, Acer was the worlds second largest PC maker in its heyday and remains one of Taiwans best known brands.

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