Acer formally announces the Tegra 3-powered Iconia Tab A700 with 1080p display, pre-sale starts today for $450


The Acer Iconia Tab A700 is no stranger to us after first being revealed earlier in the year at CES, but today the tablet is getting a formal introduction along with pre-order and pricing details. Sitting squarely atop Acer’s Android lineup, the latest Iconia Tab will sport a quad-core Tegra 3 processor similar to the Iconia Tab A510, but as a first for the company’s lineup it will feature a hi-def 1920×1200 resolution display (1080p). That piece of glass measures in at 10.1-inches.

The Iconia Tab A700 runs Android 4.0 out of the box and is treated to Dolby Mobile 3 technology for high-quality audio and 5.1 channel surround sound when outputted over HDMI to your HDTV. The A700 is up for presale today with prices starting t $450 for the 32GB model.

[via Engadget]

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  1. What about the sub $200 7″ tab? I want more details on that!

    1. Soon my friend, soon.

  2. Waiting for nexus tablet. This is too much and will fail!

    1. The Nexus tablet will be a seven incher. This is ten and is a good price compared to what has come before.

  3. That looks like a decent deal

  4. I love my Acer A500 but really feel like it could benefit from more RAM. I’m kind of disappointed that 1GB still seems to be the norm for the new crop of tablets coming out. Hopefully Samsung’s push to make 2GB the new normal takes hold elsewhere.

  5. full HD screen for 450$ hummmm…

  6. if this were to have micro USB charging and an unlocked bootloader, it would be a unicorn.

    *crosses fingers*

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