Acer Brings Out Iconia B1 Tablet for $99
Acer is off the hook in the market with its new 7-inch tablet. Rumor has it that this device is to rock on early next year. Moreover, as accorded by the Wall Street Journal, said device from Acer will be sold for $99. In that range, it will be competitive with low-cost tablets from white box Chinese device makers. But akin to those tablets, Acer plans to sell its $99 tablet primarily in emerging markets including China.
Putting it on other phrase, at the same time as the Acer Iconia B1 conceded through the FCC website freshly, it is not lucid that Acer has any plans to sell this budget tablet in the US.
The Acer Iconia B1h is predicted to have a 1.2 GHz processor. It was rumored to be possibly manufactured by the MediaTek. Also, it has a PowerVR SGX 531 graphics, and a 7-inch, 1024 x 600 pixel display.
Such specifications, as per the standards established by 2012 and brought about through 2013, are quite described as understatement. Nonetheless, they are enough to give one a decent tablet experience. More so that it was not really that long ago that most 7-inch tablets had slower processors and similar or lower screen resolutions break through.
WSJ reported that Acer plans to launch a low power cost Windows 8 tablet next year. Moreover, prices start at $499.