Acer’s A110 Nexus 7 competitor will cost US$230, let the games begin
We wrote up on Acer’s upcoming tablet about a month ago. We pretty much knew what specs it would have crammed inside and had a good idea of it being a low-cost tablet. However, as most OEMs tend to price their tablets at a slightly higher price, it wasn’t a certainty.
Acer has now come out saying that in the US & Canada the new A110 will go for just $230, marking it as a true competitor for the Nexus 7. It features an HDMI port, as well as supposedly a micro-SD slot too – but this source doesn’t seem to mention it.
Here’s what we know about it:
- Android 4.1 Jelly Bean
- 7-inch display (1024 x 800)
- Quad-core Tegra 3 processor
- 8GB internal storage
- 1GB RAM
- HDMI port
- micro-SD slot?
- 453 grams
- up to 7.5 hours of battery life
There’s no word yet of an Australian release, but I’m sure ACER will bring it down under. Otherwise, there’s always the option of grey imports. Would you opt for this over the Nexus 7?