According to a rough translation from Google, Linxian Lang, Acer's manager of Greater China operations, compared making hardware to food. He described the process to "hard rice" that's "not so easy to eat."Of course, the translation is riddled with errors, but the general sentiment is clear: Acer thinks Microsoft should stick to what it does best (software) and let Acer and the other hardware makers build the actual products that run Windows. Microsoft earlier this year introduced a self-branded tablet, dubbed Surface, that runs on its Windows RT operating system. The company is reportedly also considering making its own smartphones. Such products are a threat to companies like Acer, which are struggling to appeal to consumers in a world that's increasingly moving toward smartphones and tablets.
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