Acer 16 GB Iconia B1 Tablet Launched at the MWC

Iconia B1

Acer has already made it clear they are aiming for a larger slice of the tablet pie in 2013. The company has also stated its Iconia B1 tablet targeted at the budget segment is important towards achieving that. With that in mind, Acer launched a slightly enhanced model of the budget tablet with 16 GB of storage at the on-going MWC. The rest of the specs continues to be the same — a 7 inch 1,024 x 600 display, 1.2 GHz dual core Mediatek chip, 512 MB of RAM along with a few other convenient features such as Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS, and a Micro-USB port. There is also a microSD card slot to allow for more storage. The Iconia B1 with 16 GB on-board comes at a price of €139.

Acer had launched the 8 GB version of the Iconia B1 at the CES event and had priced it for €119.

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