After having their hands full at the MWC announcing new smart phones, Acer is now ready to start bringing some of these handsets to market. The DX900 should be available at the end of this month. The device is a touchscreen, 3G model that holds two SIM cards (one for high speed HSDPA and the other for the more pokey EDGE) and runs on Windows Mobile. As the calendar flips over to April, Acer is expected to release the X960. This device features a 2.8 inch touchscreen, a 3.2MP camera, GPS, a 5-way navigation button that lies under the screen and also runs on Windows Mobile.
Acer plans on a second quarter release of their two 3.8 inch touchscreen models, the M900 and the F900. The latter is a thin, stylish handset that anyone could use while the former, with a QWERTY keyboard slider, is aimed at the business market. Pricing and carrier availability for all of the handsets has not yet been mentioned.