Acer Iconia Tab A700 - Quad Core & 1080p!!

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  1. Ono

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    Acer's next-gen, quad-core Iconia Tab introduced at CES 2012 with a 1080p display -- Engadget

    http://www.engadget.com/2012/01/08/acer-iconia-tab-a700-hands-on/

    1.3GHz quad-core Tegra 3,
    1GB of RAM,
    10.1-inch "IPS-quality" 1080p display
    Ice Cream Sandwich
    HDMI
    micro-USB ports
    microSD card slot

    Not sure of release date yet and the important form factor and battery life stats but those specs are already juicy enough for me to hold fire on the Transformer Prime. :thumbsup:



    edit: are they actually going to sell the thing??? :D
     
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    Apparently The A700 Goes On Sale In June
     
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    Had too much trouble with Acer machines over the years & 10.1" is too big for me. I'm sure there will be loads of Tablets with similar specs over the next 6 months.
     
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    if this tablet's screen is 600 nits, wouldn't 50% brightness be brighter than most tablets? i believe you guys should put the tablet's brightness to an average 200 nits in your tests, not 50% (300 nits in this tablet's case)...

    anyway, if what i said has some truth to it, this tablet should last a bit longer in your tests, probably 30 mins to 1 hour more...

    This looks like a nice tablet but there are just a few issues as pointed out in Acer Iconia Tab A700 Review, Specs, and Price
     

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