Acer Unveils 10-inch Android Tablet and More!
Acer just wrapped up a press conference where they unveiled a handful of new products. We’ll skip the boring (non-Android) stuff and give you the details you’re looking for. We’ll take Engadget’s liveblogging coverage and compile here until we have official press releases and media to share. Enjoy!Look for Acer to release a 10-inch tablet in April that features the “full Android tablet experience” whatever that means. We’re hoping it refers to Honeycomb or Gingerbread but we’re not holding our breath yet. Details include dual-core 1GHz processor, 1280×800 resolution, Flash 10.1 support, HDMI output, and a 4-megapixel camera. Instead of stock Android, Acer has opted to pour their own UI on top, which might lend well to tablet functionality. At least until a more tablet-optimized version of the platform hits the device.
Also announced today, a 7-inch tablet that features a 1280×800 resolution, a dual-core 1.2GHz processor, Flash 10.1 support, and the custom Acer UI. Like its 10-inch counterpart, this guy arrives in April 2011.
And finally, they have a 4.8-inch ultra-widescreen phone/tablet coming that offers 1024×480 resolution, an 8-megapixel camera, a front-facing 1.3-megapixel camera, and HD (720p) video recording. Oh yeah, it also has LED edge lighting which sounds like it should appeal to TRON fans.
Be sure to visit Engadget’s page for more photos and information as they can get their hands on it.
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