Acer's Windows 7 tablet

Acer's 10-inch Windows 7 tablet, coming February 2011, will run on a next-gen AMD processor. Wi-Fi and 3G will both be available, and twin front- and rear-facing 1.3-megapixel cameras will take care of any chat/snapshot needs.
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More than meets the eye

The Windows Tablet comes with its own docking keyboard, transforming it into a mini workstation.
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Docked and ready

Another view of the Tablet in the docking configuration.
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Android on deck

In addition to a Windows model, Acer will also be offering Android tablet models, like the one shown here.
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Galaxy Tab rival

The Android tablets will debut later--April 2011--and will run off Nvidia's Tegra 2 dual-core processors. Both look to be more focused on games and media playback than full productivity, slotting in with Android tablets we've already seen.
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Clear-Fi compatible

Both Windows and Android tablets will be compatible with Acer's also-announced Clear.fi network, which will share content wirelessly in a home environment.
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The 7-inch version of the Android Tablet will sport a 1,280x800-pixel screen with a 16:10 wide-screen aspect ratio.
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Unlike the iPad, Acer's Android Tablets will offer dual cameras: a 5-megapixel rear camera, and a front-facing one for video conferencing.

Read more: Acer Android/Windows 7 tablets cover all bases, have no names
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