Acer sees the future of smartphones as free

Introducing the Acer F900 touch-screen smartphone

  • The Acer DX900 can hold two SIM cards, allowing two phone subscriptions to be active at once, for example for work and personal use. It runs Windows Mobile 6.1.

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  • The Acer M900 has a slide-out QWERTY keyboard, and also runs Windows 6.1.

  • The Acer F900 touch-screen smartphone runs Windows 6.1.

  • The Acer M900 has a slide-out QWERTY keyboard, and also runs Windows 6.1.

  • The Acer X960 smartphone was conceived as a personal navigation device.

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