The world of technology is constantly evolving and as well as smartphones, tablet devices are now big business. Following on from when Apple’s first iPad slate released, many manufacturers have been trying to keep up with offering their very own devices that at times may have various features and price range. One such company to bring out their own range is that of Acer and their Iconia devices.
Ready from January 15th in the U.S., Acer’s new Iconia Tab A200 will be released, and to give you some idea of what to expect for your money, we’ve listed its price and those all important specifications. Running on Android’s 3.2 Honeycomb OS with an upgrade to the new Ice Cream Sandwich OS in February, the new 10.1-inch displayed A200 will include a NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor, 2 MP front camera, 1GB of RAM, microSD slot, USB 2.0 port with at least 8 hours of battery life to boast about.
Enjoyment can be had from pre-installed apps for example Kindle and Netflix, with the preloaded Tegra Zone Android app allowing customers to find and download Android games.
Price wise as BGR reported, the A200 8GB version will set you back $329 with the bigger 16GB retailing for $349.
Are you a fan of Acer and its Iconia collection? Would you pay the above prices for the new A200?
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