Acer does not want to lose ground in the tablet market and is presenting its new device: the Acer Iconia Tab A700 tablet.
It is the second tablet on the market that has a quad-core Tegra 3 processor from the well-known company Nvidia mounted on it, although it is the first with quad-core technology for the Taiwanese company.
As we can see, the designs gradually unite around a completely homogeneous front, with the predominant black of the screen and an equally black frame, which is obviously differentiated from one brand to another by screen printing.
They also tend to differ in the shape of the corners, although the Asus company (Eee Pad Transformer) is more on the Samsung tablet (Galaxy Tab 10.1) they want to round off, unlike Motorola which got its Xoom 2 a angled corners have a more “polygonal” style.
In this case, Acer has finished its corners halfway between the Xoom 2 and the Galaxy Tab. The rear end is all completely different.
We’ll see if they can get away with this tablet that looks very, very good a priori. What do you think of this product? If you own an Acer tablet, we’d love to hear your comments too.
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