Acer has announced it will unveil its latest ten-inch Android tablet – the Iconia A3 – later this month at the IFA consumer electronics show.
The Taiwanese company announced the device will run Google’s 4.2 OS software and will include Acer’s own Intellispin functionality, which means the tablet knows what way it is facing even if it is flat on a table.
A Wi-Fi version of the device will cost €249 (£211) in the European market, but pricing of a 3G model has not yet been announced by the popular laptop manufacturer.
The silver-detailed tablet has a 0.39 inch thick casing and runs off a quad-core 1.2 GHz cortex A7 processor.
In an attempt to offer functionality not seen in the iPad and other tablets on the market, the Iconia A3 will come with a HDMI port so it more easily interfaces with televisions and computers for display purposes – sure to be a hit with remote workers.
More news about the device is expected to be announced in the coming weeks.