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Monday, 02 May 2011 09:29

Acer Iconia shows its face in EU

Written by Fuad Abazovic
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Available at €499
Readers from Greece and Holland have emailed us letting us know that Acer Iconia A500 is available at their countries and as of this week, Austrians can also indulge in some Tegra 2 goodness from their shops.

Acer Iconia A500 is a 10.1 inch tablet, has Honeycomb a.k.a. Android 3.0, Tegra 2 at 1GHz dual core, 1GB DDR2 memory and 32GB of storage. The cool thing is that it comes with mini HDMI and you can hook it up to your TV. The design looks very similar to the other keyboard-less notebooks.

Asus Transformer, the tablet that with a detachable keyboard is still to ship in Europe, and Americans could have found them available at Amazon.com and other places for more than a week now.

At press, time Austria based Ditech has 16 of them so you better be quick if you want one. As far as we know these guys ship them to Germany or Austria and most likely to the rest of EU as well, for a nominal fee of course.

You can find them here.


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