This week the annual Computex convention is underway in Taipei, Taiwan and while it's mostly about computers the folks from Acer had a few Android tablets to show off. What you'll see here shortly is not one, but three new Android tablets from Acer. To start we have the smallest of the bunch with the all new Acer Iconia Tab A110. Check out the hands-on pictures below.
Now this tablet seems to fit right in with what we've been hearing lately regarding a bevy of low-priced NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad-core Android tablets. Acer's new A110 is a 7-inch 1024 x 600 resolution quad-cor Tegra 3 tablet that also packs WiFi, mini HDMI, Micro-SD slot and more all in a sleek and somewhat thin package. While the overall design is quite plan and generic I'm sure the price will be what puts buyers over the edge.
This 7-inch slate has most the features we've come to expect from our tablets, although appears to only have one camera. Along with Android 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich and a Tegra 3 processor this should be a nice little device. The new Acer A110 will come with 1GB of RAM and 8GB of internal storage, but also offers micro-SD support for expanded storage. No exact pricing or release dates were mentioned. We have a few more powerful Acer tablets coming up shortly from our sister site SlashGear so stay tuned for more.