What’s that you say, tech lovers? You can’t get enough of the new Android tablets launched at CES 2012 and you want more? Well you’re in luck, friends.
The Acer Iconia A510 is officially (i.e. not actually) the 1,000th tablet to be unveiled in Vegas this week, and – to be fair – it actually sounds alright. Well, from what little we know.
Following on from the dual-core Acer Iconia A500, the Acer Iconia A510 boasts a quad-core Tegra 3 processor. A few weeks ago that would’ve evoked a special tingle, but now – not so much. We don’t get out of bed for anything less than octo-core these days.
Other Acer Iconia A510 specs include a 10in display (possibly 1280x800, if previous rumours hold true) and Ice Cream Sandwich (Android 4.0), but other than that we’re all out.
A 3G-enabled Acer Iconia A511 was rumoured alongside the Wi-Fi only Iconia A510 back in mid-November, but the former was a CES no-show. Presumably it’ll follow in due course.
Final specs and a release date remain elusive at this stage, but we’ll be pestering Acer at Mobile World Congress with a big stick.