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Acer to launch Nexus 7 tablet rival for $229 on October 30

by Doug Drinkwater

October 18 2012

The Iconia Tab A110 runs the Jelly Bean OS, the latest iteration of Android (Image: The Verge)
The Iconia Tab A110 runs the Jelly Bean OS, the latest iteration of Android (Image: The Verge)

Acer has today announced that its 7-inch Iconia A110 tablet will arrive in North America and Canada for $229.99 on October 30.

The tablet runs Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, offers 8GB of memory, 1GB of RAM and runs Nvidia’s quad-core Tegra 3 processor, while there are connections for HDMI, micro USB and a micro SD card.

The model also features dual-facing cameras and provides 7.5 hours of battery life.

Acer's Iconia A110 debuted at the Computex exhibition in Taiwan in June this year, and is already available through select European retailers, including UK e-tailer eBuyer, which is selling the slate for £179.99 (approximately $290).

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