Acer’s latest tablet, the Iconia Tab A510, has just hit the FCC – and that is is more or less the gadget equivalent of the “Bat Signal” that a device is being prepared for a general release in the US. Of course, just because a device arrives at the FCC and receives its approval does not translate to automatic release on the market, but at least it is safe to compete for consumer dollars. While we talked about the Iconia Tab A500 getting Ice Cream Sandwich in April, here is the Iconia Tab A510 that is tipped to arrive in the market this…well, what do you know, April, too.
Definitely shipping with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich out of the box, it will feature Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity, GPS support, and 10″ of multitouch glory. No idea on whether there will be 3G or LTE support thrown into the mix or not, but you can be sure that it probably will not rain on the iPad 3′s parade anytime soon. After all, Acer’s Iconia Tab range had not exactly burnt up sales charts to date.
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