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Acer’s Swift 5 and C250i Projector Win CES 2020 Innovation Award

Published: Nov 08,2019

Acer has been named a CES 2020 Innovation Award Honoree for developing innovative new products that scored high in innovation, engineering qualities, aesthetics and design in the categories of Computer Hardware and Components as well as Computer Peripherals and Accessories. Three Acer products were honored, including the Acer C250i projector, Swift 5 ultraportable notebook and a mobile PC for professional digital creators that will be announced in Jan. 2020.

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The CES Innovation Awards, an annual competition honoring outstanding design and engineering, recognizes honorees in 28 consumer technology categories and distinguishes the highest rated as judged by a panel of industry experts. Along with CES, the awards are owned and produced by the Consumer Technology Association (CTA).

“We’re delighted to be recognized by the Consumer Technology Association for designing superb products that stand out in multiple classifications,” said Chris Chiang, vice president of product management, Acer America. “Developing and bringing novel products to market that help people succeed in the world is our priority. We’re gratified that our efforts are resonating with not only our customers but with other industry pioneers.”

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