By Matthew Sabatini November 28, 2011 0 28 2 0 Remember back in the beginning of the month when we talked about the Acer Iconia Tab A200 Got Bluetooth SIG Approval? Well, that 8-10 inch tablet has re-surfaced thanks to Acer themselves. The Android manufacturer has released a video showcasing what its upcoming tablet can do. First, the video outlines the ease of using the A200. Additionally, the video goes on to show case capturing memories, playing games, and reading e-books. All of this is standard stuff. Although the clip does not reveal too much about the new tab, we can see that vAcer has definitely changed Honeycomb (or Ice Cream Sandwich) from its original state due to the altered navigation icons. In addition, Engadget reports that “there’s a new feature called Acer Ring, which appears to be some sort of task manager with shortcuts to common tasks, like taking screenshots.” This ‘ring feature’ is similar to that of Grid OS, a modified version of Android. “It also appears to be sporting a full-sized USB port and a microSD slot.” Check out the video below:Advertisement “No other features and specs are known so far. However, we can’t leave the possibility that the Iconia Tab A200 will sport the Tegra 3 quad-core processor. Nonetheless, Bluetooth SIG says it’s going to be ‘a whole new touch experience’ that will be available worldwide”. (Android Authority) Source: Engadget 0 28 2 previous postMotorola XT928 is a Dual Core, 13MP Media Savvy Speed Demonnext postVerizon Galaxy Nexus Gets A Release Date, Pre-Order Too?