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Acer Iconia Tab A200 Android 4.0 released

Acer Iconia Tab A200 Android 4.0 released

Acer has begun pushing out Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich to Iconia Tab A200 owners in the US today, the company has confirmed to us, with the OTA upgrade expected to be completed by the end of next week. Meanwhile, the 7-inch Acer Iconia Tab A100 and 10-inch Iconia Tab A500 are both on track to be updated to ICS in April. However, don't expect pure, unadulterated Android 4.0 on your refreshed slate.

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Acer Iconia Tab A200 official: Budget slate with ICS promise

Acer Iconia Tab A200 official: Budget slate with ICS promise

Acer has officially announced the Iconia Tab A200, its latest Android tablet, though don't expect any Transformer Prime-style performance rivalry here. The Iconia Tab A200 runs Android 3.2 on a Tegra 2 processor, not the newer Tegra 3, promising affordability rather than cutting-edge specs. However, Acer has confirmed that the A200 is in line for an Ice Cream Sandwich upgrade come January 2012.

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Acer Iconia Tab A210 hands-on

Acer Iconia Tab A210 hands-on

With the Acer Iconia Tab A110 out on the blocks with a big upgrade to Tegra 3 with Ice Cream Sandwich, we knew there'd be a bump for the next biggest bunch: the Acer Iconia Tab A210. This device takes the Iconia Tab A200 and turns it into a much more impressive beast, complete with NVIDIA's Tegra 3 1.2GHz quad-core processor, a lovely 10.1-inch 1280 x 800 pixel display, and Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. Can it bust up the elder generation of Acer Android tablets with one blow?

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Acer Iconia Tab A510 tipped to hit Europe in March

Acer Iconia Tab A510 tipped to hit Europe in March

A couple of new important details on the Acer Iconia Tab A510 have surfaced. A few details on this tablet turned up in November but the price, and the launch date have apparently changed. The A510 will have 10.1-inch display and run Android 4.0. The processor will be the Nvidia Tegra 3 quad core and the tablet is tipped to have better power management than its predecessor the A200.

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Acer teases 1080p quadcore Iconia Tab A700

Acer teases 1080p quadcore Iconia Tab A700

Acer may have spent most of its time talking ultrabooks at CES 2012 today, but the company also had a quick surprise for tablet fans: a new quadcore slate to take on ASUS' Transformer Prime. Briefly flashed before the assembled press - just giving us time to shoot off a picture - and then whisked away once more, the unnamed Iconia Tab, which we're guessing is the rumored A700, apparently has not only four cores but a Full HD 1080p display.

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Acer and Lenovo to jump on Wintel tablet

Acer and Lenovo to jump on Wintel tablet

Acer has been making some changes to its lineup with the killing of much of its current lineup. One thing that Acer was clear on is that it will not be leaving the tablet market. It's easy to forget when you talk tablets that Android isn’t the only tablet OS around. The new Windows 8 tablets are expected to show up later in the year.

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Acer Iconia Tab A700 continues Android ICS drive with NVIDIA Tegra 3

Acer Iconia Tab A700 continues Android ICS drive with NVIDIA Tegra 3

There's a whole mess of tablets coming in 2012, and if what Acer is presenting already in leaked photos is any indication, their Iconia Tab A700 10-inch tablet is just one tip of the iceberg, with it's NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad-core processor and Ice Cream Sandwich putting it in the running for world's greatest aside the ASUS Transformer Prime. There's no way to gauge if this machine will stand up the tests its predecessors the A500, A501, and A100 were subject to, but by the looks of it, Acer's certainly stayed the course with design sensibilities on the outside. Look for this device to appear at CES 2012 aside its A200 brethren without a doubt.

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Acer isn’t leaving tablet market according to founder

Acer isn’t leaving tablet market according to founder

Acer's founder has stepped up and denied the rumors that have been circulating that the company will be leaving the tablet market. Acer's founder Stan Shih has come forward and denied those rumors. Shih said that while the tablet market for Acer has been difficult it is not abandoning the market. Shih likened the process Acer is going through right now to the same teething issues the company had when it entered into the notebook market.

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Acer trims 2012 range by two-thirds, predicts Wintel besting Apple

Acer trims 2012 range by two-thirds, predicts Wintel besting Apple

Acer's chairman has announced some big changes for the Acer line up in 2012. The company will be cutting its product line back significantly with a reduction of its line by two-thirds. That reduction will come after a reported full evaluation of the entire Acer product line. Presumably, the products cut will be those that aren't popular any more. I wonder if any of the Andorid tablets Acer is offering will meet the axe.

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