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Pre-order in black or silver now

Acer is ready to get official with the Iconia Tab A700, which was previously shown at CES 2012. The tablet has a 10-inch screen, an NVIDIA Tegra 3 processor, and runs Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.
 
One of the more interesting features of the tablet is that the 10-inch screen has full HD resolution of 1920 x 1200. Acer promises that the battery is good for 10.5 hours of video playback and that the tablet should will high-quality sound with Dolby Mobile 3 and support for 5.1 Dolby Surround Sound via HDMI out.

 
"Consumers have embraced their tablets as a mobile hub for their daily lives, and the full HD display on the Acer A700 will give customers a fresh new perspective on the apps, games and digital media they enjoy," said Paul Tayar, director of product marketing for connected devices, Acer America. "Customers looking for a no-compromise tablet will get the features and performance they want in the new Acer A700."
 
The Iconia Tab A700 also has expandable storage thanks to a microSD card slot and it also has a micro-USB port. As of today, the tablet is up for pre-order in the United States and Canada with a 32 GB version of the tablet selling for $449.99.

Source: Acer



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RE: competition
By theapparition on 6/14/2012 9:15:00 AM , Rating: 2
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I've never actually used the micro-SD card slot on my Droid X for anything except to take pictures... and the only reason I do that is because the phone doesn't allow me to take pictures to the internal storage (don't know why.)

Because if you wipe your phone (factory reset), it completely erases all data from the internal storage, but your pics and other data are safe on the SD card.

If you get a new phone, just transfer the card to the new phone and you're all set.

There are some great benefits to iCloud, but not in areas with no service when you MUST have something. That's not a knock, just reality to all cloud based computing.

And I do agree that Google Music needs improvements. I've never had a single issue with it other than it's ridiculously dumbed down features. I want some more control over the music itself. But as for streaming music, never once a problem over 8 Android devices.


RE: competition
By tayb on 6/14/2012 11:33:15 AM , Rating: 2
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Because if you wipe your phone (factory reset), it completely erases all data from the internal storage, but your pics and other data are safe on the SD card.


That makes sense but it is still annoying. At least give me the option. I gave my fiance my 16GB microSD when she went on a trip and I never imagined that I wouldn't be able to take pictures without it. I saw a license plate that said "CAR LOL" and I couldn't even snap a photo of it. I was bummed.

The network requirements for cloud computing are a bummer sometimes but I usually plan ahead. When I'm going on a trip I have to transfer the music and movies/tv shows I want.

Google Music wasn't a bad experience overall I was just annoyed that it rejected so much of my music. The initial setup issues were probably simply related to the fact that it was in beta.


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