The Acer Iconia Tab A510 might be setting its sights on North America. The FCC has approved the device which is said to be headed to Europe sometime this April. It’s a pretty nice tablet that is a considerable upgrade from the A200, and a cheaper alternative to the A700. The only difference between this and the latter is that it has a 1280×800 display instead of 1080p. It should be quite the looker once it does make its way to market but we’re still a bit far from that happening. [FCC]
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