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The Acer F900 is one of Acer's first breed of smartphones, sporting a 3.8in touchscreen and running Windows Mobile.
£449 inc VAT
The Acer M900 is a 3G touchscreen smartphone with built-in camera, computing and more, that runs on Windows Mobile 6.1 software.
£471 inc VAT
Acer was showing off it’s new 6-inch phablet at IFA 2013 in Berlin. We spent some time with the device, here’s our Acer Liquid S2 hands-on review.
£650 inc VAT
Acer has launched two new budget smartphones, the Liquid E3 and Liquid Z4. Find out what we thought of the Liquid Z4 and how it compares to the excellent Motorola…
£82 inc VAT
Acer is one of many smartphone manufacturers to release a mid-range smartphone at MWC this year. Here's our Acer Liquid E3 hands-on review.
£164 inc VAT
Acer has decided to try Windows Phone again but you won't be able to get excited about this smartphone. Here are our first impressions in our Acer Liquid M220 review.
£79 inc VAT
We've been busy testing the Acer Liquid E3 mid-range smartphone. Here's our Acer Liquid E3 review.
£164 inc VAT
Acer recently entered the mobile phone market, and the Acer neoTouch is its top Windows Mobile smartphone.
£330 inc VAT
Acer's beTouch E130 is a budget 2.6in-touchscreen smartphone running Google Android 1.6 that looks very much like it means business.
£192 inc VAT
The Acer Tempo X960 is a Windows-based quad-band smartphone with touchscreen display.
£257 inc VAT
The Acer Stream is a Google Android 2.1 smartphone with a 3.7in screen, a 5Mp camera and solid battery life.
£400 inc VAT
The Acer Liquid is a contract-free touchscreen smartphone equipped with Google Android 1.6.
£330 inc VAT
The Acer beTouch E400 Google Android 2.1 smartphone comes with some great features for younger users.
£259 inc VAT
This good-looking Android 2.2 handset features a curved design and a metal accent on the back but, oddly, has a plastic backplate. The Acer Liquid Metal is chunkier…
£300 inc VAT
The Acer Liquid Jade costs just £199 but doesn't feel like a budget smartphone. Read our Acer Liquid Jade review.
£199 inc VAT
With its slim shape, bright, backlit 4in TFT and classy black-and-silver finish, the Acer n311 certainly qualifies as a desirable gadget.
£300 inc VAT
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