Acer announces budget quad-core tablet Iconia Tab A110 at Computex for under $200

Computex is going in Taipei right now, and a bunch of companies introduce new devices there, such as ASUS. Now, its Acer’s time to shine at the event by introducing a quad-core tablet with a smashing price tag. Acer introduced the Iconia Tab A110 featuring an Nvidia Tegra chipset, 1GB of RAM,  7-inch display with 1280 x 800 resolution, a microSD card slot, a front-facing camera, HDMI connectivity and Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.  That’s not all: the speechless thing here is the price, as Acer is planning to launch it in market for under $200.

What I see here is Acer is trying to jump in the “affordable tablets with bells and whistles” bag; the Kindle Fire is already a part of it, and we all know that it was a real deal breaker for all other Android tablets. Also, ASUS and Google are planning to launch a similar tablet, except it will be the first to rock Android 4.1 – A.K.A.: Jelly Bean.

However, Acer is planning to launch this gem in the third quarter of the year, so mark your calenders, and try to be patient. As a tablet lover, I am really impressed by Acer’s strategy, and I am definitely looking forward to it. How about you? Tell us what do you think about this new upcoming tablet in the comments below.

Source: The Verge

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  1. Mike
    June 08, 02:13 Reply

    I noticed other websites state the screen is 1024×600 and other ones state 1280×800. Which one is it I wonder?

  2. JNik
    June 10, 12:52 Reply

    @yahoo-HPZGBA7RAEAXONOJNZY2RJVUDA:disqus Hopefully the 1280×800!

    Do we know anything about how long the battery will last?

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