The official release with Android OS 3.2 is planned for September at a price of 349 euros. It appears that Acer has troubles releasing one of its Iconia Tab family devices, as the A100 tablet was postponed several times during 2011.
The first tablet from 7 inches to qualify for the upgrade was Motorola Xoom, which will be followed shortly by other models. Asus, for example, is doing the last tests before distribution on the Eee Pad Transformer. The Acer Tablet Iconia Tab A100, however, will hit European stores in September at a price of 349 euros (estimated price, not official) and will have precisely the latest version of Android HoneyComb.
The RAM is 512 MB while the storage amounts to 8 GB expandable with external cards placed usual slot. Connectivity includes Bluetooth module to exchange data with compatible devices and WiFi module to connect to wireless networks. Acer Iconia Tab A100, which we have spoken often in the past weeks, has dual camera, one rear and one front. The 7-inch touchscreen display returns images at a resolution of 1,024 x 600 pixels.
Power is supplied by a lithium ion battery that can operate for about 5 hours. Android 3.2 now promises a satisfying user experience that with previous versions of the operating system, had died. The Colossus of MountainView has invested heavily in developing a solution specifically dedicated to the area of the tablet.