The Acer Iconia Tab A110 is a 7 inch tablet that’s expected to sell for less than $200 once it’s available. First introduced at the Computex trade show in Taiwan last month, the tablet recently found its way to the FCC website, which is a step any wireless device has to take before it can be sold in the US.

Acer Iconia Tab A110

While the FCC documents don’t tell us much about the tablet, we already know that it features a 7 inch, 1024 x 600 pixel display, 1GB of RAM, 8GB of storage, and an an NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad-core processor.

It sounds a lot like a Google Nexus 7 with a lower resolution display. But Acer’s new tablet has a few things the Nexus 7 lacks including a micro HDMI port and microSD card slot.

The Acer¬†Iconia¬†Tab A110 will replace Acer’s current 7 inch tablet, the Iconia Tab A100. That models has a dual core NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor and 512MB of RAM.

via Engadget

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2 replies on “Acer Iconia Tab A110 quad-core tablet hits the FCC”

  1. Why do we not have a lot more 32 and 64GB tablets these days. I have had a small mp3 player (Creative Zen) with 64GB built in and a full sized SD card slot for almost ten years now. 8 and 16GB of storage is almost as baffling as 17″ glossy displays that only have 1366×768 resolution

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