Acer A700 tablet - Full HD


First pictures (leaked) of the Acer A700, an interesting Full HD tablet with quad core processor. This is considered a premiere, since it’s the first full HD display slate out there with Android. The inside source with the scoop says that this device will weigh 650 grams because of a huge 9800 mAh battery and its screen will be 10 inches in diagonal.

Free Web Hosting, Web host


It's slimmer than the A200 too, which Acer announced earlier this month. It's also said to have the Tegra 3 chip, as seen in the Asus Transformer Prime, as opposed to the A200's Tegra 2. On the back you'll find a 5-megapixel camera with built-in flash, which is pretty great for a tablet.

Around the frame sit SIM and micro-USB slots, a rotation lock switch, so you can stay in portrait or landscape mode, depending on what you're doing, as well as volume controls, a headphone socket, and micro-HDMI port. The whole device weighs 650g, and has a 10-hour battery life, which isn't too shabby.

It appears that the Acer A700 Full HD slate will be showcased at CES 2011 in the following days and we’re most likely dealing with an Nvidia Tegra 3 product, that will take full advantage of that cool display. Hopefully this model runs Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich from the start, so it won’t encounter the bugs that ASUS Transformer Prime had with Honeycomb.
Keep visiting us for more details.

Acer A700 tablet - Full HD Acer A700 tablet - Full HD Reviewed by Admin on 5:02 PM Rating: 5

3 comments:

  1. Greeting from across the sea. precise post I will return for more.

    ReplyDelete
  2. Hi, You ought to choose portion inside a contest for considered one of the very best blogs within the online. I will advocate this website! This really is terrific do the job my friend! Retain UP!

    ReplyDelete
  3. Great short article and straight into the point. I'm not guaranteed if this can be truly the top put to ask but does one individuals have any ideeas exactly where for getting some professional writers? Thanks!

    ReplyDelete

Flickr Widget

Powered by Blogger.