Acer Sees Success in Chrome PCs as Windows Fails to Drive Sales : News Photo

Acer Sees Success in Chrome PCs as Windows Fails to Drive Sales

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Jim Wong, president of Acer Inc., stands for a photograph in Taipei, Taiwan, on Friday, Jan. 25, 2013. Acer, the Taiwanese computer maker that’s suffered two consecutive annual losses, posted strong sales of notebooks using Google Inc.’s Chrome platform after the release of Microsoft Corp.’s Windows 8 failed to ignite the market. Photographer: Maurice Tsai/Bloomberg via Getty Images
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Jim Wong, president of Acer Inc., stands for a photograph in Taipei, Taiwan, on Friday, Jan. 25, 2013. Acer, the Taiwanese computer maker that’s suffered two consecutive annual losses, posted strong sales of notebooks using Google Inc.’s Chrome platform after the release of Microsoft Corp.’s Windows 8 failed to ignite the market. Photographer: Maurice Tsai/Bloomberg via Getty Images
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