Acer Iconia A110 Tab Gets FCC Clearance
The new Acer Iconia A110 Tab has gotten the FCC’s stamp of approval just recently. This device had been showcased along with the Acer Iconia A210 tablet at Computex last month, but the company has not made any official announcement about it yet. Now that it had cleared the FCC, however, the announcement is likely to be made soon in the United States.
The FCC listing does not reveal many details about the device. Luckily, some people had already gotten their hands at Computex, so several specifications are available for perusal. For example, the display would measure 7 inches and have a resolution of 1024 by 600 pixels. Underneath, the tablet runs on an NVIDIA Tegra 3 processor. There is also 8 GB of storage capacity that is expandable with the help of a micro SD card, and 1 GB of RAM. A micro USB connector can be found on the slate as well as micro HDMI but there is no full size USB.
The appearance of the tablet nothing striking when compared to other tablets in the mid range. In contrast with the Acer Iconia A100 which had enough curves to appear soft and feminine, this device looks right smack in the middle of gender neutrality. Its rear has a matte, gray hue offers scratch and fingerprint resistance.
More news should come about the Acer Iconia A110 Tab soon so those interested should keep their eyes peeled.