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Friday, 29 July 2011 13:36

Acer Iconia Tab A100 to hit retail in August

Written by Slobodan Simic
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To cost around US $300
According to the post over at Engadget.com, we now finally have a shipping date set for Acer's 7inch Iconia Tab A100. The device should appear on retail/e-tail shelves as of August with a suggested price set at US $300.

As is was originally slated for mid-May launch and got held back due to Honeycomb update and issues with it, it appears that the Acer's Iconia Tab A100 will finally show its Tegra 2 7-inch face next month. In case you missed it, the Iconia Tab A100 features Tegra 2 dual-core chip, has a 7-inch 1024x600 touchscreen, 512MB of memory and 8GB of flash storage. It has both the front and rear camera, microSD slot, WiFi, Bluetooth and battery life rated at up to 5 hours.

The date and the price is for the USA of course, and Europe should see Acer's Iconia Tab A100 in September according to recent rumours. At least we now know that they managed to get that Honeycomb up and running on it.

More here.

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