"The death of netbooks is overstated," Acer contends, seeing a healthy market for the PCs even...

|By:, SA News Editor

"The death of netbooks is overstated," Acer contends, seeing a healthy market for the PCs even in countries that have gobbled up iPads (AAPL) and other tablets. Major factor: the price gap between netbooks, which tend to run less than $300, and tablets, which routinely cost $400-plus. Acer also points to sophisticated features packed into netbooks, often on par with more expensive devices.