Earlier this month we were tipped that the Acer Iconia Tab A100 tablet would be launching on May 14. The tablet sounds pretty good to use and we have been looking forward to it. Sadly, the tablet has now been postponed with the 14th coming and going with no A100 launch. The table has been postponed and it will be later in 2011 before it comes to stores and you can buy it. The tablet now has a 2H 2011 expected launch date.
Acer UK has confirmed to sister site SlashGear that the A100 will still be coming in the 2H window, some reports had said that the tablet was cancelled. If you haven't been following the A100 tablet the machine has a UK price of £299 and packs in some nice features.
Those features include Android 3.0 Honeycomb and a Tegra 250 processor inside with dual-cores operating at 1GHz. It will also have 8GB of storage. The screen on the tablet is a 7-inch unit with 1024 x 600 resolution. There is now word on the exact reason for the delay. I wonder if Acer decided to wait for a better processor?