IFA 2013 is still a few days away, but that’s not stopping Acer from jumping the gun a bit with the announcement of several new devices, including the Acer Iconia A3.
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Hot on the heels of the brand new Acer Iconia A1, which was just announced a few days ago, comes the second-generation Acer Iconia B1 with an updated design, improved specs, and optional 3G connectivity.
Acer is pushing up its schedule for tablet releases this year, which might be in anticipation of other competitors launching their tablets during this time.
The next time you do your grocery shopping, don’t be surprised to see Acer’s latest budget tablet – the Iconia B1 — being offered there. Several supermarkets in the UK have begun selling the Jelly Bean tablet.
Acer is planning to launch more affordable tablet computers later this year, thanks to robust demand for its cheap Iconia B1 tablet.
After Acer’s budget Jelly Bean tablet was officially announced earlier in the month, it didn’t take long for the Taiwanese to bring the Iconia B1 – as it’s named – to several markets.
We already have a good picture of Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy Note 8 tablet, and today we have some news on the price tag of the device.
More and more CES 2013 announcements are coming in, and after having shown you a review of an Acer Iconia B1 prototype tablet earlier today, we can now tell you that the device is finally official.
While we have to admit that we traditionally used to get excited only about high-end Android devices, you don’t have to pack a gadget with the fastest CPU in the world or a display with the highest pixel count to grab people’s attention.