By Anton D. Nagy | October 31, 2012 11:08 AM
We’ve heard all the details regarding Acer’s small tablet which was supposed to be a competitor for the Nexus 7. Initially announced on September 19, the seven-inch slate became available on October 30, as promised by the manufacturer itself. Heading over to the source link you can secure yours for $229.99.
It runs Android 4.1 Jelly Bean out-of-the-box and is powered by the NVIDIA Tegra 3 SoC. It packs 1GB of RAM and a seven-inch display. Unfortunately, where it falls short on the Nexus 7 is the resolution: 1024 x 600 is even smaller than the resolution on the iPad mini. The internal storage department is also looking worse than its main two competitors. 8GB are available but, unlike on the Nexus 7 and iPad mini, the Iconia Tab A110 has a microSD slot for expansion. Anyone interested in grabbing one? It is $31 more expensive than the 16GB WiFi only Nexus 7 and $130 cheaper than the iPad mini.