Last week in New York Acer unveiled their new Iconia A1 tablet. We were there and managed to get a closer look at them.
Acer unveiled the Acer Iconia A1, the company’s first full-featured 20.1 cm (7.9”) tablet targeted at modern day explorers, adventurers, digital freaks and busy mobile executives requiring an all-day mobile companion. Thanks to a sleek and light-weight design that is comfortable to hold in one hand, it also easily fits into a purse. The new Acer Iconia A1 keeps people entertained and connected with smooth and speedy navigation, browsing and media playback powered by a fast quad-core processor.
Starting at only 410 grams and measuring only 11.1 mm, customers will also enjoy taking it with them for navigation and location-based apps via the built-in GPS.
The Acer Iconia A1 keeps consumers connected to Wi-Fi networks and hotspots with reliable 802.11b/g/n wireless technology or built-in 3G mobile data connection. Plus, the integrated Bluetooth 4.0 lets consumers quickly connect the tablet to a variety of other devices, such as headsets and printers.
The 5MP rear-facing camera captures 1080p video at 30fps that can easily be edited for quick sharing on-the-go. The front-facing camera pairs with the enhanced microphone to capture video and audio clearly for video chats and recording. The micro USB 2.0 and microHDMI port enable quick transfer or sharing of customer’s photos, music, videos and other digital content.
Available as 8GB or 16GB version to add 32GB via microSD, the Iconia A1 is the ideal digital companion for people which are constantly up and about.
Here is a short video of the Iconia A1 we took at the event:
We should have a review unit soon for a proper hands-on review, so watch this space.
The Iconia A1-810 (WiFi) version will be available end of May at a starting price of £149.99.
The Iconia A1-811 (3G) version will be available end of July at a starting price of £209.99.
So what do you think of the Iconia A1? Let us know by leaving a comment below.