Acer on the show floor at CES in Las Vegas.
Acer’s Iconia Tab A200 is the latest addition to Acer’s line of full-featured Android tablets. The new 10.1-inch tablet is a portable multimedia activity hub for gaming, e-books, movies, music, photography, social networking and more.
Offered at $329.99, the Iconia Tab A200 will be available to U.S. customers Jan. 15 and will come to Canada shortly after that.
The new Acer Iconia Tab A200 tablet runs on Android Honeycomb 3.2 operating system and also comes with a free upgrade to Android 4.0 (known as Ice Cream Sandwich), which will be available in mid-February.
“Acer brings the Iconia Tab A200 to consumers at an affordable price, without making sacrifices on key tablet features such as expansion, connectivity to other devices, HD displays and cameras,” said Eric Ackerson, senior product marketing manager for Acer America as he demoed the tablet here at CES.
Acer Aspire S5 Ultrabook
Acer unveiled what it is calling the world’s thinnest Ultrabook here at CES with the Aspire S5, which measures only 15 mm at the maximal point. It weighs less than 1.35 kg (less than 3 lbs.) and is built with a 13.3-inch (34 cm) LCD.
In addition, it features the unique Acer Green Instant On technology for fast boot and resume, and Acer Always Connect, which lets users manage their multimedia and data on all their devices at anytime, anywhere – even from sleep.
“The Ultrabook is much more than just a product segment,” said Jim Wong, president of Acer Inc. “It’s a new trend that will become the mainstream for mobile PCs, and customers will see the unique features gradually extended across Acer’s notebook family.”