Acer has launched another Iconia Tablet this one is called the Iconia Tab 10. The tablet PC was unveiled by Acer on the 20th of March.
Quoted by Acer to be an affordable high resolution tablet let's find out how far does the successor to Acer's Iconia Tab A3 live upto it's hype.
The Acre Iconia Tab 10 features a 1920x1200pixel(WUXGA) screen. The device also comes with an upgraded set of chipsets and drivers. It runs on Android 4.4 Kitkat.
The tablet is available in two adaptations, namely a $250 variant and a $200 variant.
The one costing you $250 features a 10.1" 1920x1200pixel WUXGA screen. 32GB of inherent stockpiling and 2GB of RAM. The heart of the tablet is a MediaTek MT 8217 chipset with a quad-core cortex-A7 processor at 1.5GHz. The screen is covered with glass and has unique mark safe covering.
The less expensive $200 variant has a less sharp display of 1280x800pixel screen. The storage space goes down to 16GB and the RAM comes down to 1GB for a $50 price difference in between both which is pretty strange. Not only that, the clock speed of the processor of the processor also goes down to 1.3GHz. The drop in configurations for a $50 price difference is remarkably too much, this is something to be pondered over.
Both the models are WiFi enabled the colour options though remain limited. You have to choose from either black or white. The costlier and cheaper versions have 5,910mAh and 5,700mAh batteries respectively. Coming to cameras both the devices are packed with 2MP front snappers.