Back in July, the Acer Iconia Tab A110 was spotted at the FCC. While a release in the US remains unclear at this point, it seems like the tablet will be going on sale in the UK by the end of September and based on its features, it looks like it might be able to give the Google Nexus 7 tablet a run for its money. Revealed at Computex in June, the A110 will sport an NVIDIA Tegra-3 quad-core processor under its hood, 1GB of RAM, 8GB of internal storage and will sport a 7” touchscreen display. It is expected to be priced at £179 which will be £20 more than the Nexus 7, although some might find that the extra £20 could be worth it as the A110 comes with a microSD card slot, allowing users to expand beyond the built-in 8GB of memory.
The tablet will come with Android 4.0 ICS installed but it is also expected to see an update to Android 4.1 Jelly Bean in the future. If you’re fine with running ICS and can wait for an update to Jelly Bean, or don’t mind flashing an Android 4.1 based ROM, then perhaps the Acer Iconia Tab A110 might be worth taking a look at.
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