HP is postponing, if not cancelling, its Android-powered version of its Slate tablet, says All Things Digital. Meanwhile, DigiTimes says Acer will launch both seven-inch and ten-inch ARM-based Android tablets in the fourth quarter....
It is true that Acer only a few months ago brought us one of the first round of Android 3.0 Honeycomb tablets In the Iconia Tab A500, a 10-inch tablet with a thin metal backing attached to one of the cheapest prices on the market. What weve got now is only the second 7-inch tablet on the market and the first one to carry any version of Honeycomb.
Acer is first to launch an actual 7-inch Android Honeycomb tablet into the Australian market, despite Huawei having demo’d one earlier this year, but at AUD $479, isn’t it simply still far too expensive when compared with the iPad?
Acer has just unveiled the Iconia Tab A110, a 7-inch Android-powered tablet that will serve as a direct competitor to Google’s Nexus 7. The device sports the same quad-core NVIDIA Tegra 3 processor as the Nexus 7, though Acer has gone a bit further and added additional features like a MicroSD slot and MicroHDMI port. The best part?
Hewlett-Packard announced an all-in-one PC running Android 4.2.2 on a quad-core 1.8GHz Nvidia Tegra 4 SoC. The HP Slate 21 AiO consists of a jumbo 21.5-inch IPS HD touchscreen tablet along, with a plug-in keyboard and mouse. The Slate 21 emerged on the web in late April, shortly after HP announced its first Android-powered tablet, [...]
Acer CEO Gianfranco Lanci says to expect a line of Acer tablet devices on Nov. 23, with some running Android and others running Microsoft Windows. Lanci also predicts that the worldwide tablet market will reach 40 million to 50 million units by 2011....
We first spotted Acer’s affordable 7-inch Iconia B1 tablet last month, where it was rumored the device would launch globally at a staggering $99 price point. Well, new information has leaked out today suggesting the device would in fact launch as the Iconia B this month.