Acer has made available its latest Iconia Tab A200 tablet device in the UK for 299GBP. The price point is attractive no doubt though the rest of the thing about the tablet is not too exciting. Like its got a Tegra 2 chip inside — something that we perhaps have seen too much of this whole year round and are keenly awaiting Tegra 3 — 1 GB of RAM, 8 GB of internal storage, 10.1 inch display, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and GPS. Also, the tablet runs Android 3.2 Honeycomb (another hangover of 2010) though the good thing here is that Acer has promised the upgrade to Android 4.0 will made soon. Also, it is the last bit that might be considered the lone silver lining in an otherwise a quite bland spec sheet. However, another exciting aspect of the A200 is that it is available in not only the more usual black color option but also a more exciting red as well.
The A200 is currently available from Very.co.uk.
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