Taiwanese electronics giant is planning a range of Android 3.0 tablets next year in its bid to catch up in the tablet race against the Apple iPad.
The tablets which come with five, seven and ten-inch panels are expected to launch in the first quarter of 2011, according to DigiTimes.
Acer is currently deciding between Qualcomm’s Snapdragon and Nvidia’s Tegra 2 processor as the ARM chip that will power the devices.
It is collaborating with Compal Electronics and Quanta Computer, two of the biggest original equipment designers and manufacturers in Taiwan, as the potential production partners of the tablets.
It is safe to assume the tablets running the latest version of Google’s operating system will feature built-in 3G capabilities similar to the Samsung Galaxy Tab and Dell Streak.
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