Acer has already received some positive attention for its Iconia B1 tablet, which is a 7-incher that's aimed at the budget crowd. Looking to take a slice of Google's Nexus 7 pie isn't easy, but it seems that Acer wants to push forward by offering new budget-friendly tablets in 2013. Specifically, it appears that Acer CEO Linxian Lang told the China Times that it will have low-cost 8 and 10-inch tablets coming up later this year.
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few leaks in the lead up to CES, and well, it looks like Acer has come forward with an official announcement for the Iconia B1 tablet. Or a bit more specifically, the Iconia B1-A71 tablet. This is a 7-inch device that will arrive running Jelly Bean. Perhaps key for some, the price will be relatively low.
Nexus 7. One in particular that we've heard about a few times is the upcoming arrivals from Acer. First spotted back in December the Acer B1 looks to rival Google and B&N, while offering a budget Jelly Bean tablet possibly for $99. Today some hands-on photos have appeared so check it out.
Acer branded tablet has recently made a stopover with the FCC. The tablet is the Iconia B1 and while there are still some unanswered questions, this one is not looking like it will make all that big of a splash in the geek crowd. The tablet is said to be running Jelly Bean, however that seems to be one of the few highlights.