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Seven-inch Android 3.2 Iconia Tab, set to be released in August for $300.
Sources close to the retailer unveiled that ACER Iconia Tab A100 will launch in the U.S earlier than expected.
The tablet is said to hit the market sometime in August with a retail price that is much cheaper than its predecessor. With a cost of only $300 compared to the $450 10-inch A500, this seven-inch tablet still features the same Android 3.2 system and Tegra 2 processor, but will be sporting a much smaller screen and memory storage of 8GB and 512MB RAM.Read the rest of the article »
Amazon will be cutting down the cost of their tablet, and it might include the sophistication of their touchscreen.
According to DigiTimes’ sources, the decision of Amazon to cut costs on their tablet might include the refinement of the touchscreen. An off-hand industry suggested that the Android tablet would be utilizing just two-finger multi-touch, and not the 10-finger touch devices like the iPad 2 and others.
Losing the more advanced multi-touch could render the device incompatible with those several Android apps that might require more than two fingers. Apple took advantage of having much more support by enabling three and four finger gestures, as well as support for more third party apps.Read the rest of the article »
ACER declared their return on profit on the third quarter of the year, as they face Macbook Air rival.
JT Wang, ACER chairman, argued his belief at last Thursday’s presentation that the company would return to profit in 2011. This comes after posting their two consecutive losses in the first half of the year, because of the Apple’s iPad domination over netbooks and low-end notebooks.
JT Wang also said that he expects a profit in the summer and an improvement in the fall — the combination of which would put ACER back in the top of the market. The said Taiwan PC builder cut its ‘abnormalities’ in Europe from unsold notebooks, and would have a much efficient 10 to 20 days of channel inventory in the summer.Read the rest of the article »
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.Read the rest of the article »
Acer's Iconia Tab A500 upgraded with Android 3.1 will include all features displayed at Google I/O.
Acer began shipping out the new version of its Iconia Tab A500 upgraded with Android 3.1 on Wednesday. However, Iconia Tab is not the first tablet to have an Android 3.1. The Galaxy Tab 10.1 was the first tablet to have it, and shipped with it out of the box. Also, some Xoom users are getting the said upgrade.
However, Acer didn’t announce when will the A500 owners get the upgrade. Usually, upgrades and updates are pushed out within a number of days or weeks. It also don’t come automatically. Owners should manually check it to make the update faster.
Check out Acer Iconia Tab A500′s features on Android 3.1 after the jump.Read the rest of the article »
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