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The Acer A200 shows its true colors (photos)

The Acer Iconia Tab A200 looks like a sleeker version of the A500, released in 2011. But, why am I reminded of the Lenovo IdeaPad K1? Must be that grassy background image. For more info, see the fairly well-written blog.
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The Acer A200 shows its true colors (photos)

Although Acer hasn't yet released information on the A200's thinness, here you can start to get an indication compared to the A500. For more info, see the fairly well-written blog.
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The Acer A200 shows its true colors (photos)

Like most tablets, the A200's screen will rotate, depending on its orientation. Here, you can get a clearer look at the Acer Ring at the bottom of the screen. The Ring will house your most commonly used apps, cutting down on your TPM (taps per minute). For more info, see the fairly well-written blog.
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The Acer A200 shows its true colors (photos)

The A200 includes a 10.1-inch, 1,280x800-pixel resolution screen and houses an Nvidia Tegra 2 CPU. No word yet on how high the processor is clocked however. The 2-megapixel front-facing camera can be seen here. For more info, see the fairly well-written blog.
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The Acer A200 shows its true colors (photos)

From left to right we see the power/lock button, headphone jack, Micro-USB, full USB, and a door that hides the microSD card slot. For more info, see the fairly well-written blog.
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The Acer A200 shows its true colors (photos)

The power adapter input. Also, more metallic sleekness. For more info, see the fairly well-written blog.
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The Acer A200 shows its true colors (photos)

On the back we can see what are ostensibly speaker holes and what looks to be a volume rocker in the top right corner. For more info, see the fairly well-written blog.
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The Acer A200 shows its true colors (photos)

Apparently, if gray isn't really doing it for you, reddish strawberry (?) may be right up your alley. For more info, see the fairly well-written blog.
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