Acer Shows off A700 Quad-Core tablet PC
It is still just a prototype, however, at the 2012 CES, Acer showed off a quad-core tablet PC calling it the A700. At last year’s CES ,we saw a few prototypes that never made it into production. So, Acer may just be testing the waters to see how warm the response is to a quad-core tablet PC.
This may be the first of a few quad-core tablets announced this year at CES to compete with the ASUS Transformer Prime, which is currently the only quad-core on the market.
From what we can see and have heard about the Acer A700, here are some specifications:
- Nvidia Tegra 3 quad-core 1.3GHz processor
- Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich enhanced with Acer’s Ring UI
- 10 inch IPS display with 1920×1200 1080p resolution
- Ports: SIM slot; micro SD; micro-USB; audio jack; and a micro-HDMI output
- Lock switch to control screen orientation
- Cameras include a 5MP Rear with auto-focus and flash, 2MP front
- Connectivity: Wi-Fi. Bluetooth, and optional 3G
- Battery: 9800 mAh with up to 10 hours of use
Acer did not reveal any details about price or release dates, however, if Acer keeps to its previous pricing pattern, this will be priced competitively, and will be available soon.
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