Acer, Releasing the Iconia Tab A100 on September With Android 3.2
Acer Germany unveiled to its Facebook fans that they will release the Iconia Tab A100 this September.
Acer Germany announced to their Facebook fans this week that they will be shipping the Iconia Tab A100 in September. The 7-inch Android 3 tablet was originally scheduled to release last spring, but was moved for several months. It’s still unclear what is the reason why the shipping of the tablet was delayed, and the company still have no explanation regarding the issue.
However, there are several speculations that emerged due to the delay. Earlier tips pointed out that Acer was waiting for Android 3.2 before they release the Iconia Tab A100. Android 3.2 is built for tablets only, but can accommodate smaller designs like the A100, while properly scaling its interface and apps.
The innards should be very close to the larger A500 with the same Tegra 2 processor and dual cameras as its features. It will mostly keep costs small to match the size by using 512MB of RAM and 8GB of internal storage on the base model, with 16GB as an option. It will be released in the U.S. and it might cost around $349 in Walmart, even though there’s still no announcement about the pricing of the Iconia Tab A100.
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