Not sure whether we should blame the lack of LCD screens or Acer’s desire to focus on users craving for a 10.1-inch tablet, but the fact is that the Taiwanese company has postponed the launch of its 7-inch Android tablet, Iconia Tab A100, for the second half of the year. The information comes from Engadget which got it right from the horse’s mouth – Acer’s PR team.
A report out of Poland suggested the A100 has been cancelled, Engadget asked for a comment and… you get the point — it’s not cancelled only delayed. In the meantime, British citizens can (still) sign-up on Amazon UK to be informed when the tablet becomes available.
Personally I dig smaller tablets but can also understand modern smartphone users craving for more screen estate now that their phones come with 4-inch screens. What kind of tablet do you prefer?
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