It’s good sign that more Honeycomb powered tablets are hitting the markets for a while now. Another Honeycomb powered tablet is also gearing up to release to join the tablet war. We are talking about Acer Iconia Tab A100, which is the little brother of the recently released Acer Iconia Tab A500. The A500 is a 10-inch sized tablet, and if you are looking for less sized Honeycomb tablet from Acer, then you’ve to wait for a few months more. Acer Germany on its Facebook page has announced that the 7-inch Acer Iconia Tab A100 tablet will be hitting the markets in September month. This tablet was supposed to release in the Spring time, but the release being pushed to the second half of the year, as Android 3.0 isn’t compatible for small screen to fit its interface and apps in the proper manner. But Google has recently unveiled Android 3.2 Honeycomb OS, which is a tailored version of the Android 3.1, and it is meant to run on smaller display sizes. So, it’s needless to say that Acer Iconia Tab A100 will be shipping with the latest Android 3.2 Honeycomb at the time of launching in September. Huawei MediaPad is the world’s first tablet to release with Android 3.2 Honeycomb OS filled on it.
There is no official word yet on the price info of this tablet, but according to a previous leak, Acer Iconia Tab A100 is set to hit the Wirefly stores, price at $349. Specs wise, it has got a 1GHz dual-core Nvidia Tegra 2 processor, a 7-inch LCD capacitive touch display (1024 X 600 pixels), 512MB RAM, 5MP rear camera, 2 MP front-facing camera to make video calls, 8GB internal storage, micro-SD card slot for up to 32GB, 1080p HD video playback capability, Dolby Mobile sound, Wi-Fi, 3G, Bluetooth 2.1, Wi-Fi connectivity, HDMI port, mini-USB and full-sized USB port.
Read: Acer Iconia Tab A100 Full Specifications.
Here is Acer Germany’s reply to a guy on Facebook page:
We are seeing the official release details, and we already knew about its price tag, so we can guess that we’re beyond the point of any more delays.
[Source: Acer Germany] [Via: Electronista]