The slick tablet is priced at $230 and will run Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean). Sadly, Acer isn't updating some of its older Iconia tablets to Android 4.1. The tablet is powered by an Nvidia Tegra 3 quad core processor paired with 8 GB of internal storage and a microSD memory card slot supporting up to 32 GB of additional storage.
The tablet lacks a rear-facing camera, which is actually quite common in lower-end Android-powered tablets. As expected, the A110 does feature a front-facing camera for video conferencing, promises up to 7.5 hours of use per battery charge and weighs 0.86 pounds. The tablet is less than half an inch thick, yet the seven-inch screen boasts a sweet resolution of 1024 x 600, as well as 1 GB of RAM and Wi-Fi/Bluetooth connectivity.
Acer is a brand that is quite good. Bringing good value for money. So it will be interesting to see if it can compete with official Android tablet from Google. The Google Nexus series. With Google hinting a Google Nexus release, this coming October 29th, it will be interesting to see how it fares in the market.