Acer 7″ Tablet with HD display, Dual Core ARM & Android

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24 Nov, 2010 2:34 am

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The most popular form factor for Android tablets is certainly going to be 7 inches, ACERs tablet in this size is running Android will offer a very decent resolution of 1280 × 800 pixels. Another head turning feature will be its 1.2 GHz dual core ARM processor from Qualcomm. s with the 10-inch model will also support Flash 10.1.

The unnamed tablet also offers a front facing camera as well as one on the back. Access to the Internet can be done via 3G or WLAN and in terms of multimedia we know it will have Dolby Digital and DLNA support. In terms of pricing we haven’t been given any indication as of yet but we are planning on seeing it hit the streets in April 2011.

If you wanted to check out a quick video of the 7 inch tablet at the press event, here you go!
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  • http://twitter.com/patrickjquinn patrick quinn

    Looks nice, good to see some high res displays, also can you guys please get rid of the automatic video advertising on your site, its really really annoying, and it will eventually stop me from coming here and i am sure a lot of users feel the same.

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    Are you talking about the “Pre Roll YouTube Ads” or the “Brought to you by” that play before the videos? If you are, then you would have to stop coming because there would be no way for us to afford to produce the videos. This is what we do for a living and pre roll on the videos is a big part of how we keep going.

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  • Anonymous

    Ooo… 216 dpi. Nice.

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