A new Acer Iconia Tab A200 has been leaked in a two-minute long promotional video that showcases many of the device’s fancy features. Acer is yet to officially announce the device, but an eagle-eyed visitor to the company’s website found the clip among Acer’s support section.
The Iconia Tab A200 is expected to be a “budget” device that features NVIDIA’s Tegra 2 processor, rather than the new quad-core Tegra 3 chip which features in Acer’s Transformer Prime tablet. There’s little information surrounding its internals at this point, but SlashGear notes that the device is expected to sport a 1280 x 800 display, Bluetooth 2.0, and a microSD card slot.
There’s also a USB slot as demonstrated in the video, which will allow users to mount external drives and enjoy the content stored on them. There may not be a 3G option, however. At present, there’s no reference to an Acer Iconia Tab A201, which is traditionally the nomenclature used by the company for identifying a 3G-capable device.
Based on the clip, there’s also no indication whether the tablet it will run the latest Google Android Ice Cream Sandwich operating system, or Android Honeycomb. Acer appears to have modified the operating system to introduce its own user interface, so it’s hard to tell which OS is powering the system underneath.
Either way, the device appears to be a good-looking tablet, with a nice form factor and a gorgeous display. Add a cracking log fire and it’s even better, apparently.
Do you think you’ll be interested in the Iconia Tab A200?