Acer Iconia Tab A200: Acer's next roll of the dice
The Acer Iconia Tab A200 is the follow-up to the original Iconia tab. Does it tick all the right boxes? Read on to find out.
Acer’s got a brand-spanking new tablet on the horizon. The original Iconia Tab sold pretty well – well enough it seems for Acer to justify a follow-up with the Iconia Tab A200.
There will be a standard 10.1-inch display on offer here, although details on the actual resolution are yet to be unveiled.
Based on the few details we currently have, we aren’t too keen on the weighty nature of the tablet, coming in at a flabby 702g. There’s a 2-megapixel camera
on the front, but no snapper on the back.
Customers will have the choice of having 8GB or 16GB of storage, and the tablet itself will be made available in red or gray.
Under its shell, it’s packing 1GB of RAM and an
Nvidia Tegra 2 processor. Oh, and before you ask, yes, Ice Cream Sandwich is on board.
Price and other specs have been kept close under raps, so far. We’re looking forward to seeing what Acer adds to the ever-increasing tablet market, and hope they start 2012 with a bang!