Acer’s Latest Iconia Tab A100 Makes its Debut

The New Acer Iconia Tab A100

With the release of the latest Iconia Tab A100, running Android 3.2 Honeycomb, it is evident that Acer, the computer hardware maker, is extending its range of Iconia Android tablets. According to the company, it estimates that the product will prove its worth on the market, appealing to consumer of all types, ranging from families and mothers (who were mentioned repeatedly during the company’s press release, in order to highlight Acer’s target market). With its perfect shape and design, the 7-inch tablet is small enough to easily fit into the palm of your hand; likewise, big enough to display good quality videos, fulfilling common everyday work.

“The Acer Iconia Tab A100 tablet delivers the ultimate combination of portability and performance for fun and gaming as well as staying in touch,” commented Sumit Agnihotry, Acer America’s VP of marketing, in a statement. “Families are spending more time social networking and enjoying Web-based digital media, so a highly portable tablet like the Acer A100 will let them get more done and stay connected on-the-go to enjoy their lives more fully.”

Featuring a 7 inch touch screen display along with a 1,024 by 600 resolution, the Iconia A100 Tab is supported by 1 GHz Nvidia Tegra 2 dual core processor and Nvidia Geforce graphics. The Android tablet comes equipped with 1 GB of RAM, and two cameras; one 5 megapixel camera at the back, with LED flash (supporting 720p video capture) and autofocus, and the other front-facing 2 megapixel camera, built, especially, for video chatting.

According to the company, the device can run for up to 5 hours on just one battery charge; however, it should be taken into consideration that if the user plans on utilizing the Adobe Flash 10.3 player for a long time, the battery may drain faster. The Iconia Tab A100 also offers Acer’s Social Jogger, which provides its users with Facebook and Twitter, both.

The Iconia Tab A100 has been released into the United States market, with its 8 GB version going at the rate of $329.99, and the 16 GB edition being worth $349.99. The company has suggested that the device will be placed on the Canadian market by September, and that a special edition, exclusive to WalMart, would also be available soon.

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