While many manufacturers are most likely rushing to get a Tegra 3 quad-core tablet to market Acer appears to be taking that a step further going all out with a full HD 1920 x 1200 resolution Tegra 3 Android tablet. The same source code that tipped the new Iconia A510 and 511 have now let us into the world of the Iconia Tab A700 and A701.

Shown in the source code image above I’ve nicely highlighted those ever so important bits of information. The name being the Acer A701, the Tegra 3 quad-core processor, and then for resolution we see that eye blistering 1920 x 1200 full HD listed. No details regarding the size of this tablet were mentioned but most likely it would be some sort of 10″ screen size, anything else would just be counter productive and too large for most.

We recently spotted the new Acer Iconia Tab A200 at the FCC being listed as under 8mm thin, making it one of the thinner tablets that could hit the market this holiday season. If things are the same for the A700 we could be seeing one powerful and thin tablet with an amazingly crisp screen resolution to boot. The A700 will be Wi-Fi only and the A701 should sport some sort of 3G/4G connectivity but we don’t have many details at the moment.

Nothing implied what OS we will have but hopefully it will be Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich but 3.2 Honeycomb is still a possibility while everyone tweaks the code and gets things up and running. We can expect the usual array of ports and options with this latest Acer leak but for now we’ll just sit back and wait for more details to surface.

[via SlashGear]


  1. Acer cam specs are better. I don’t see how realistically speaking can Samsung release a 1280×800 resolution display when it’s competition is going full hd. Even Toshiba has a 13 inch that can display at a 1600×900.

    This will give more credence to the rumors about Samsung releasing the T604 gpu with its quad core 4412 in the revised galaxy note 10.1 if it were to go full hd.


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