Acer Cooking Up Another Android Tablet?

Acer is one of the leading tech companies in the world, and a few months ago, they launched their first ever Honeycomb tablet, the Acer Iconia. It looks like Acer is happy with their tablet sales and impressed by Android, as they are looking to launch another tablet.

DigiTimes is reporting that Acer is working on another Android powered tablet and it will feature the same 10-inch display. What’s interesting in this tablet is that it will feature a sliding-QWERTY keyboard, like we saw one on the ASUS Transformer. It will be running on an ARM-based processor, and at the moment, that’s all we know about this tablet.

Acer may be launching it later this year and currently no words on whether the tablet will be running on Honeycomb or Ice Cream Sandwich. Of course, this is all speculation for the moment, as nothing’s been confirmed by Acer just yet. More on this as it develops.

So who’s looking forward to this upcoming Acer tablet? Anyone not happy with Acer’s current Iconia offering? Share your thoughts in the comments below or on our Facebook Wall!

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