At its global launch event in New York, Acer has announced three new wearable devices to the Liquid Leap range. The firm unveiled the Liquid Leap Fit, Liquid Leap Curve and Liquid Leap Active alongside a host of other products including laptops, tablets and smartphones. See also: Best activity trackers UK 2015.

It's seems Acer is dead serious about the wearable market with not one, not two, but three new devices unveiled. PC Advisor was at the firm's event at the World Trade Center in New York for all the news.

For starters, the Liquid Leap Fit is a new fitness tracker which will take on the likes of FitBit and Jawbone. It has a 1in touchscreen much like previous Leap devices but adds sensors like an optical heart rate monitor and a stress sensor with gold-plated pads which will supposedly let you know just how stressed you really are. The Leap Fit can be changed between different wrist bands depending on what you're doing and where you're going.

Acer Liquid Leap Fit

Next up is the Liquid Leap Curve (see top image) which, as the name suggests, has a curved touchscreen making it the most stylish out of the three. It's waterproof and also has the heart- and stress sensors which are found on the Fit model. You'll be able to choose from different bands and materials.

Acer Liquid Leap Active

The Liquid Leap Active is the most basic of the three, offering a 1in touchscreen and activity tracking inside a waterproof design and interchangeable bands. You'll also be able to get notifications on it and control music playback.

Unfortunately, we don't have UK release date and price information so we'll update you on this as soon as we can.