Acer birthday: the more you buy, the more you save

Acer birthday: the more you buy, the more you save

Acer birthday

After having informed you of the main offers of the network through our usual morning press review, we now point out the new initiative of the official Acer store which, on the occasion of its birthday, has activated a promotion that invites you to buy more than one product. In fact, by adding 2 or more items to your cart, you will benefit from an ever-increasing discount, the maximum ceiling of which will be 14% if you purchase at least 4 devices, a discount that drops to 10% and 6% respectively for 3 and 2 items.

Valid until May 26, while stocks last, the promotion is very interesting for those who are preparing to set up a workstation, complete with monitors, notebooks and various accessories that could increase productivity, as well as ease in completing your daily work. Having said that, it is worth underlining that the discounts will affect the total price and not the individual product, making the savings substantial.

As you may have understood, you can choose any device in the Acer catalog and the discount will apply automatically when the system recognizes that you have added more than one product to the cart, showing you the relative discount applied in the appropriate box. In this case, therefore, there is no better offer than another, since the discount is based exclusively on the number of items purchased, and that's why we want to leave you the honor of discovering the numerous Acer solutions, ranging from from simple accessories such as mice and keyboards to solutions able to satisfy the most complex needs, such as convertible and gaming notebooks.

In any case, at the bottom we will report the models, in our opinion, the most interesting and it will be up to you to add a series of other products in order to obtain the desired discounts. That said, we remind you as always to follow us also on our four Telegram channels dedicated to offers, where we will offer you in real time all the best promotions related to Offers, Hardware & Tech, Clothing and Sports and Chinese products. Happy shopping!

Our product selection

Acer Chromebook Spin 311 convertible 12 ″ | 349.00 € Acer Swift 1 14 ″ - Intel Celeron N4500 | 349,00 € Acer Chromebook 314 with 14 ″ touch screen - Pentium Silver N5030, 4GB | 499,00 € Acer Chromebook 314 with 14 ″ touch screen - Pentium Silver N5030, 8GB | 549,00 € Acer Chromebook Spin 513 convertible 13 "- Snapdragon 7C | € 599.00 Acer Swift 3 14 ″ - Ryzen 5 4500U | € 799.00 Acer TravelMate P2 15 ″ - Core i3-1115G4 | € 799.00 Acer Aspire 7 15 ″ - Ryzen 5 5500U | € 899.00 Predator Helios 300 15 ″ - Core i7-10750H | € 1,799.00

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Acer reportedly hit by $50 million ransomware attack

The REvil ransomware gang is demanding $50 million from Taiwanese computer manufacturer Acer, according to Bleeping Computer, The Record and other sources, and it may have exploited a Microsoft Exchange vulnerability to gain entry into the company's network. That's one of the largest — if not the largest — ransomware demands to date, likely made because Acer is a massive corporation that reported almost $3 billion in earnings for the fourth quarter of 2020.

The group, which was also behind the $6 million ransomware attack on Travelex last year, announced that it had breached Acer on a dark web portal earlier this week, even posting it with some images for proof. It's apparently giving the company until March 28th to pay up before leaking the data it stole on the web. In a conversation between REvil and an Acer rep that Bleeping Computer saw, the hackers offered the company a 20 percent discount if payment was made this past Wednesday.

When asked about the situation, Acer wouldn't admit that it was a ransomware attack, only telling Bleeping Computer in a statement that it has 'reported recent abnormal situations observed to the relevant law enforcement and data protection authorities in multiple countries.' It was Advanced Intel's Andariel cyberintelligence platform that tied the security breach to a Microsoft Exchange vulnerability. If you'll recall, Microsoft recently released patches for four Exchange vulnerabilities that bad actors have been exploiting. It's believed that a Chinese state-sponsored was behind most of the attacks involving the Exchange flaws, but other groups may have also taken advantage.

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