ACER is all set to launch their next Android tablet named the A200 and while we don't have a quad-core processor or anything revolutionary from their previous attempts this tablet should be quite impressive. We've seen various leaks and ACER officially announced this dual-core Tegra 2 slate in early December but no launch date or pricing was given. Today we have a full image gallery and some suggested prices courtesy of NotebookItalia.
While this isn't the best tablet around it does offer impressive specs and a promise to be upgraded with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich in early 2012 -- all for a great price. The official press release didn't give us any of those details but below you'll find both suggested price, and availability. The A200 features the standard to Honeycomb tablets with a 1.0 GHz dual-core Tegra 2 processor, 1GB of RAM inside, 8 and 16GB versions for storage and a 10.1" 1280 x 800 resolution display -- not to mention front and rear cameras like most slates as of late.
The A500 was a pretty fat and chunky tablet so it's nice to see the A200 coming in much lighter and thinner. The image gallery below will give potential buyers a better idea of what to expect with the A200 once it hits the streets. According to NotebookItalia the 8GB model will be priced around $399 USD with the 16GB flavor coming in at $449. Not the cheapest prices around but with a thin chassis, dual-core processor and ICS on the way it could be a great sleeper tablet come 2012 -- until the A700 quad-core slate gets released of course. More details are available from our timeline and the source link below.