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Submitted by fanze100 972d ago | news

Acer: Critics ‘Unfair’ to Windows 8

Maximum PC: "Acer has never made any bones about its displeasure about having to both partner and compete with Microsoft in the Windows 8 tablet market. But, just to be clear, the Taiwanese company only has a problem with the “Surface” bit of Microsoft’s tablet strategy and is otherwise satisfied with the overall direction in which Windows is headed." (Acer, Microsoft, PC, Software, Windows 8)

andungtaz  +   972d ago
I think not only are complaints about acer windows 8. but asus and fujitsu and also issued a statement that it is not satisfied the demand for Windows 8

Read more >> http://notebook-centre.blog...
evil_element  +   972d ago
I don't want to clean finger prints from my screen every 10 minutes. Case closed.
mpctips  +   972d ago
History, not Acer, will tell us if the criticisms have been unfair or not.

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