Acer teased two new Android 7.0 tablets today, ahead of further unveiling at the Computex trade show starting in a few days.
The first tablet was the Acer Iconia One 10 (B3-A40) we wrote about last week, but the other one is the new Acer Iconia Tab 10 (A3-A50).
It is the successor to the current Acer Iconia Tab 10, and while Acer was sparse with specific details in today’s tease, they did reveal a few specs.
The Acer Iconia Tab 10 (A3-A50) is a 10.1-inch Android 7.0 tablet with a subwoofer, and not only that but it has quad speakers too, although Acer was already one of the first to launch a tablet with four speakers, with the 8-inch Acer Predator 2 years ago.
To control the audio technology in this tablet, Acer have developed Acer MediaMaster, which Acer says will change the sound depending on whether it’s music or movies that are sounding out through the speakers.
The screen also features quantum dot technology, which Acer already use on some of their best displays, and that offers a high cover of the sRGB color space.
Despite harboring a subwoofer, the tablet is still 9 mm thick. Additional features included are Acer’s own standard suite of apps.
– Jim Miller