Acer enters the tablet race
Releases three different tablets designed for entertainment, business and mobility
Acer has entered the tablet arena with three different tablet devices, catering to three different market segments.
The 10.1" Android-based tablet device has a full capacitive touch screen with both 3G and Wi-Fi connectivity. The device is encased in aluminium and measures just 13.3 mm thick.
The 10.1" Android tablet is designed for HD entertainment and comes with a high colour contrast, high resolution screen. It also features a built-in HDMI port and 1080p capability. The tablet is designed to be able to run premium HD arcade games and online 3D games with a 10 point multitouch and gyro meter control.
The 7" Android tablet is an ultra-compact device designed to be ultra-portable. It has a 7" screen and a front facing camera for video chat and video recording. The tablet also has HDMI support. The 7" will have a dual core processor with Adobe Flash Player 10.1 for HD web-browsing. It will also feature Dolby Mobile Technology and both Wi-Fi and 3G connectivity.
The 10.1' Windows-based tablet is more of a business device. It comes with a docking device which includes a full-size keyboard and several connectivity options for desktop use.
The tablet weighs in at under 1kg, measures 15mm thick and will run on the next-generation AMD platform.
The device will be fitted with two 1.3MP cameras, one rear and one front-facing, designed to allow for taking pictures, recording video, chat and videoconferencing.
The 10.1" Windows tablet also comes with both Wi-Fi and 3G connectivity.