Acer Kicks Off CES With Quad-Core Iconia Tab [CES 2012]
We knew this would be the year of the quad-core at CES, and blasting right out of the gate was Acer, showing off it quad-core NVIDIA Tegra 3 Iconia Tab. At the end of their press event, Acer snuck in an unnamed Acer Iconia Tab which we found out later was the Iconia A700. The A700 is expected to feature a 10.1″ 1920 x 1080 resolution screen, NVIDIA’s quad-core Tegra 3, dual cameras, microSD slot, HDMI port, a thin body, and Android 4.0. There hasn’t been an official press release yet, and other specs remain a mystery, but if Acer’s press event sets the tone for the rest of CES, we can expect lots of quad-core Ice Cream Sandwich tablets, Ultrabooks, and more cloud-storage.
This is just what we were hoping for at CES and it looks like their will be plenty more. For now, here’s a few shots of the A700 taken by the guys over at The Verge