Summary: Intel is the biggest semiconductor chip maker in the world and much of its business resides in the PC industry where OEMs use its chips/platforms for building servers and PCs. However, the past few years saw the surge in popularity of smartphone and tablet devices which ushered in an era that many label as "post-PC".
Acer Liquid C1 – Intel is slowly but surely making inroads to the smartphone market
6 March 2013
Conclusion: The Liquid C1 will resell for $335, unlocked and without a contract – an attractive price, however the phone would have a hard time competing with the Nexus 4 wherever it is available, which is probably why Intel and Acer will be releasing it in Thailand and Malaysia at first. Still, if they do release it in the west for under $300, it will be a great choice for anyone wanting a good budget phone or people who want to get their hands on an x86 powered smartphone (the...
Summary: Most smartphones are powered by ARM-based processors, however, the Acer Liquid C1 (set to launch this week in Malaysia) is probably one of the first Intel-based smartphones in the Malaysian market. Some quick preview specs of the Acer Liquid C1 include: While the launch is expected to be sometime this week, the actual smartphone is expected to be available by mid March in Malaysia.