The Acer Iconia Tab A501 might be getting an internal memory bump very soon, especially when you take into consideration the FCC Permissive Change notice concerning said device. Apart from an increase of its internal storage capability to hit 64GB, we are also looking at changes made to include new touch and image sensors.
To put it in a nutshell, these changes, when introduced alongside the 64GB Acer Iconia Tab A501, would make it the largest capacity of all Android-powered tablets right out of the box without requiring the help of an external memory card of sorts. At last, the 64GB iPad 2 which is on AT&T as will the Acer Iconia Tab A501, will finally see a potentially worthy rival. What do you think? Should there be other tablets that compete with Apple’s 64GB effort, or should they leave it well alone and duke it out in the smaller capacity market?
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