Recently, we’ve seen a few Windows 8 devices at Computex 2012 in Taiwan, but the same can’t be said for devices running Android. This doesn’t mean that we would get fewer Android products in the second half of the year, though. After unveiling two Windows-based tablets, Acer revealed a couple of Android 4.0 tablets. First up is a 7” tablet (1024 x 600) called the Iconia Tab A110. The tablet is powered by the Nvidia Tegra 3 quad-core processor. Other features are 1GB of RAM, microSD card slot and a front-facing webcam. An Acer rep said that it will launch in the Q3 2012 and priced at under $200.
Also revealed is the Iconia Tab 210, essentially a bigger version of the A110 with 10.1” (1024 x 800) display. Other features are roughly similar; Nvidia Tegra 3 quad-core processor, 1GB of RAM, microSD card slot, front camera and Android 4.0. Unlike its smaller brother, the A210 includes a full-sized USB port. Thanks to the Nvidia Tegra 3 processor and Ice Cream Sandwich (Android 4.0), both tablets are respectable follows-ups of their predecessors, the Iconia Tab A100 and A200.