On CES 2012, the world’s largest consumer electronics trade show held at Las Vegas is coming out with announcements of many new Android tablets as expected.
Other than Acer Iconia A200 as is already know to all before the CES, Acer announced a quad-core Android Tablet, Acer Iconia A700. And there’s no doubt, as soon as this tablet shows up, it’s compared with the world’s first quad-core Android tablet, Asus Eee Pad Transformer Prime. Regarding the appearance, Acer Iconia A700 has higher resolution than Prime, and Transformer Prime has better texture than A700. And actually, comparing the detailed parameters, both the two tablet has their own advantages.
Asus Eee Pad Transformer Prime is with 1.4GHz NVIDIA Tegra 3 Processor, 10.1-inch Super IPS + LCD Gorilla Glass display with 1280x800 screen resolution; Micro HDMI and MicroSD card slot on its body; Headphone / MIC hole and 40pin data port, an external docking station can increase a standard USB2.0 interface and a standard SD card slot; 1.2 megapixel front, rear 8-megapixel camera with LED photo light, F2 .4 large aperture, and back-illuminated COMS sensor, color brightening 30%.
Besides, the back cover is using hairline-spun concentric circle pattern with aluminum, weigh 586g, and the original Prime runs Android 3.2 (will be updated to Android 4.0).
Acer Iconia A700 is using 1.3GHz NVIDIA Tegra 3 Processor, 10.1-inch Super IPS + LCD Gorilla Glass display with 1920*1200 screen resolution; HDMI and micro USB slot, headphone jack, micro HDNI interface on its body; rear 500 million pixels, built-in flash of the camera, and records 1080P videos; the back cover of Acer A700 is plastic with grains, and it weigh 650g.
Acer Iconia A700 runs Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich with custom Acer user interface, and humanity of the UI is also essential.
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