first seen here in the reflection of a 7" tablet and a few were able to make out the T-Mobile logo and over the past few weeks more pictures and details have leaked. The last photo revealed the most as we could see the entire device and got a better idea of its size and shape. New details are revealing some juicy info about the mystery device.
SlashGear got their first formal look at the Acer Iconia Tab A500, the very first 7-inch tablet running Android 3.2 Honeycomb on the market - and indeed the first 7-inch tablet running any version of Honeycomb on the market, when you think about it. The box for this A100 tablet looks essentially the same as the A500 bigger brother, from the way the top opens to how the the device sits in the cardboard. Holding this device in your hands feels very similar to holding a very tiny version of the A500 version while certainly more refined than the original Samsung Galaxy Tab 7-inch - rounded corners and everything.
few weeks back and even appeared on video but this announcement makes it all official.
Motorola XPRT we have seen it called as of late. To get an idea of the XPRT here is our full review.