Acer has officially showcased the Iconia Tab - the first ever Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) tablet powered by a quad core processor.
The hotly anticipated slate – also known as the A700 - was shown off at the company’s CES 2012 press conference and the good folk over at SlashGear got their hands on it, too, revealing an array of specs sure to bring joy to even the most reserved tech fan.
Standout among these are a 10.1-inch display sporting a whopping 1920 x 1200 resolution, a Tegra 3 quad core processor that we’re told might be a 1.3GHz number and a five-megapixel rear-mounted camera.
Also on board are micro HDMI and USB ports, a microSD slot and of course, the tasty new Ice Cream Sandwich iteration of Android installed out of the box.
It’s unknown at this point when, if at all, the tablet will come to market, as there are reports floating about it might just be a tech prototype. We sure hope that’s not the case and will likely find out more in the days to come when the CES expo fully kicks off. So keep ‘em peeled.
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