Acer has always had a rich line-up of Android tablets, but only after the debut of this year, the Taiwanese tech firm has been among the best-selling brands in the market. The Iconia B1 changed all that though, apparently putting Acer on the map and changing its business strategy altogether.
Going forward, the company is reportedly looking to concentrate almost exclusively on budget-friendly tablets, starting in the summer with an Iconia B1 follow-up and a mystery 10-incher.
According to Digitimes, Acer is preparing an Iconia B1 sequel and the device will be released around June. Also, the company will focus on the mass production of a 10 inch affordable tablet in summer, which was rumored to be launched in Q3 2013.
The report also claims the 10 inch model will pack a low-cost, energy-saving MediaTek processor, though for now everything about these tablets are only rumors. Naturally, there are not many details regarding the two tablets expect for when they might debut.
Nevertheless to say, Acer is one of the fastest growing tablet manufacturers in the world. And judging by the company's success in the PC world, it seems like the company will be a contender for the other companies including Asus, Samsung and more.