Acer believes in the need to create wearable electronics

| June 10, 2014

Unveiled at Computex 2014 fitness tracker Liquid Leap was the first wearable device from Acer. Taiwanese manufacturer promises to continue to work in this market and improve the products manufactured there.

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In an interview with Engadget Acer CEO Jason Chen (Jason Chen) reported that the company does not know how Liquid Leap able to distinguish themselves from competitors, but are sure you need to keep the development of wearable electronics.

“We need to produce products and watch the demand for them. We understand that the market is growing, and miss it, we do not have the right. We are learning as well as the industry as a whole “, – said Mr. Chan.

Thus, the top manager hinted that Acer does not have a clear plan of work in the market of computerized gadgets that a user can carry on themselves. The company follows the path of its rivals Samsung and Sony, whose first copies of wearable electronics were also quite “raw” products, but the updated version are much better and more functional.

According to Jason Chen, his top aides are of proven strong brand, as well as attractive prices, which Acer can offer its customers.

Recall that Liquid Jade not only performs the fitness function (counts distance traveled, calories burned, physical indicators of human studies during sleep, etc.), but is a full-fledged “smart” watches that connect to smartphones.

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