Acer Iconia A800 to Debut in CES 2012

January 6, 2012, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

For most of us, the name Iconia Tab A200 is very familiar. It may be one among the most discussed tablets in the last month.

Ending the long wait, it is almost confirmed that the device will be shown off during the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2012. The event will be staged in Las Vegas in the coming week.

The device will be debuting with a 10.1- inch supreme quality display with 1080 x 800 pixel resolution, which is specifically intended for gaming, e-books, movies, music, photography, social networking and more. The device will be running on Android 3.2 Honeycomb platform with hardware that is compatible to be fed the Ice Cream Sandwich update later.

The update will be available free of cost from February. The A200 is an excellent example of Acer’s capability to deliver high performance gadgets.

The Tab achieved that level of performance with Nvidia’a Tegra 2 dual core mobile processor, which is supported by GeForce GPU. The A800 has a system memory of 1 GB.

The GeForce enables HD gaming, 1080p video, Flash-based applications, faster browsing and multitasking without a lag in processing. The device has an excellent battery back up.

It can browse for more than 8- hours while the device is off the chord. The device also features an endless entertainment and utility applications that are essential for our daily life.

Acer Iconia A800 is very light and weighs only 1.5 pounds. Additional features of the device include a micro-SD slot, and a full sized USB 2.0 port.

The 8GB version will be obtainable for $329 while the 16GB model is up for $349.

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