Fans of the iPad can keep guessing about the iPad Mini, but if you want a more concrete option to set your mind on now, Acer's offering its own mini tablet, with specs similar to Google's Nexus 7.
The company today announced the Iconia Tab A110, a lightweight pocket-size tablet with a 1,024x600-pixel-resolution 7-inch multitouch screen. This is in a way the mini version of the recently reviewed 10.1-ich
Acer says the new Iconia Tab A110 will offer up to 7.5 hours of battery life thanks to its Super 4-Plus-1 Quad Core CPU, which has a fifth Battery Saver Core assigned to handle less demanding activities. The tablet weighs just .86 pound and is just half an inch thick.
For connections, the new tablet has Micro-USB 2.0 port for hooking up other devices, and a microSD slot that can host storage cards of up to 32GB to expand its rather limited built-in 8GB of internal storage. On top of that it also features a Micro-HDMI output with dual display support in case you want to connect it to a large display screen, such as an HDTV.
According to Acer, the Iconia Tab A110 comes with a 2-megapixel front-facing Webcam and Bluetooth 3.0 to support wireless devices such as printers, keyboards, headsets, and speakers.
The Iconia Tab A110 is slated to be available on October 30 for $229.99. Don't forget to check back for our full review.