Acer is developing quite a number of tablet computers in order to satisfy carrier demands, and will be launching their Wintel Platform and will have a model out on November 21st 2010, with follow up Android devices out the first quarter of 2011.
The Acer Tablet coming out on November 21st will be around $299 to 699 for different models, which include better internal memory. Word is, they are working on three different models to be released at the same time. They are releasing a 5 inch, 7 inch, and 10.1 inch models. All models will have the ARM processors at their core, which are know for being kind on the battery.
No word yet on the 3G and WIFI aspects of the devices, but knowing Acer is trying to close Carrier deals to subsidize the devices to bring the price down.
Digitimesis reporting that these tablets will be manufactured by Quanta Computer and Wistron.
However, Quanta declined to comment on specific clients, while Wistron at its recent investors meeting pointed out that the company currently is manufacturing tablet PCs for four clients and the devices are unlikely to contribute significantly to revenues in 2011.
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