Jelly Bean-powered Iconia Tab A110 Announced, An Alternative To Google’s Nexus 7
Acer has officially announced the new Iconia Tab A110. If you remember, back in June at Computex, Acer showed two tablets to the general public, the Iconia A110 being the smaller one. It looks like Acer is aiming to launch a strong competitor for Google’s Nexus 7 because it provides lost of the same features, and some additional ones.
The Iconia Tab A110 has a 7-inch 1024×600 display, an NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad-core processor and runs on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. It also sports a microUSB, microSD, and microHDMI ports.
If we compare it to the Nexus 7, Acer’s device has HDMI out and storage space which can be expanded, features that Google’s handset do not offer. However, the A110′s primary drawback is its poor display resolution.
The price tag is not clear yet, some say that will be sub-$200, but we Expect Acer to give us details soon enough about the pricing and availability, as it won’t take long until the device will hit the retail store’s shelves.