Taiwanese company Acer, looking to expand its Iconia B1 series, has launched a new 16GB 7-inch Jelly Bean-powered slate at MWC which is available immediately for purchase.
How do you get the best deal for your money in the sub-10 inch small tablet market? What represents the ideal blend of features and quality at the right price? Let’s take a look.
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.
Acer unveiled yesterday at CES 2013 its very own 7-inch affordable Android tablet, the Acer Iconia B1-A71, a device that has appeared in various rumors in previous months.
Let’s recap the highlights of the crazy first day of CES 2013 in an attempt to distinguish the signal from the noise. We’ll include in this roundup Nvidia’s event on Sunday evening, which could turn out to be the biggest news for Android enthusiasts at CES 2013.
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.
There are several rumors floating around saying that Asus is working on its own cheaper Jelly Bean tablet, but also that the Nexus 7 will be cheaper in the coming months.