The big tech showdown that is IFA 2013 may not kick off until later this week but Acer's staying ahead of the fray with its computing announcements, unveiling a desktop Android touch-enabled all-in-one.
The company says its the first all-in-one to come running Android (although there have been dual-boot models in the past), giving you full access to Google Play.
There's also MHL connectivity and the ability to act as a touch display for Windows 8 PCs via HDMI or USB connection.
The Acer DA231HL will be available in October, with prices starting at €429 (around £364 / US$567 / AU$630).
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There are a few more all-in-ones breaking out of the Acer stable today as well: the 23-inch FUll HD Aspire U5-610 rocks 4th gen Intel Core CPUs, Nvidia GeForce GTX760M graphics power and up to 16GB DDR3 memory. Lands in December from €1,129 (£960 / US$1492 / AU$1660).
If AMD is more your bag, the Aspire Z3-105 should scratch that itch with A series quad-core processors and Radeon graphics on board the 23-inch full HD IPS touch display and audio smarts courtesy of Harman Kardon and Dolby Home Theatre v4. The 105 hits in December with prices starting from €799 (£680 / US$1056 / AU$1177).
A heady mix of the two, the Aspire Z3-610 features the 105's audio beef as well as the 610's Intel processing power behind a 23-inch touch display. Yours from January from €799.
Finally, if you're after a 27-inch WQHD touch display then Acer has also got you covered with the T272HUL - an edge-to-edge panel with webcam, integrated mic and 2560 x 1440 resolution. There's a September release date on the cards, with pricing set at €799.
- Probably not IFA 2013's most exciting announcements - stay tuned for more