Acer Inc.'s Associated Vice President of Mobile Computing David Lee, left, describes features of the new Aspire S7 Ultrabook to Acer President Jim Wong at an international press conference on the eve of the opening of Computex, one of the world's largest IT exhibitions, in Taipei, Taiwan on June 3. During the press conference, Acer unveiled a new generation of laptop-tablet hybrid known as the Ultrabook.
NEW GADGETS: Taiwan's struggling PC makers are unveiled a new generation of laptop-tablet hybrid, known as the Ultrabook, and new tablets at Computex, a major computer show.
RED-CARPET ROLLOUT: Acer and AsusTek hope to boost demand for their new products in a competitive market by unveiling them amid the glitz at Computex.
PC DECLINE: Demand for Apple's iPad and other tablets has led to a steep fall in Acer's revenue, while AsusTek's PC shipments fell 9 percent to 5.1 million in the first quarter.