Motorola Xoom, LG Optimus Pad, Asus Eee Pad, and Acer Iconia Tab all get priced in Spain

The pricing information for no less than four upcoming Android-powered tablets has leaked earlier today. The info comes courtesy of AndroidGeek, an Italian-based site that found the prices in the Phone House Spain’s catalog.

The Phone House is the European mainland arm of well-known UK retailer The Carphone Warehouse, and its Spanish subsidiary looks all set to launch the Motorola Xoom, LG Optimus Pad, Asus Eee Pad, and Acer Iconia Tab.

According to the Phone House catalog in Spain, the Motorola Xoom will cost 699 euros, and the also 10-inch, Android 3.0 Honeycomb-running Asus Eee Pad will be just 399 euros. The 3D-enabled LG Optimus Pad will cost a whopping 849 euros, and Acer’s 7-inch Iconia Tab will set you back 349 euros.

The 3D dual-cameras and the 3D display sure seem to have taken their toll on the LG Optimus Pad’s price, which is by far the highest of the lot, and may make selling the tablet in any high volume almost impossible. The Asus Eee Pad depicted in the photo above is running a Windows Embedded version, and it also lacks any model number, so we’ll have to wait and see what its exact specs will be.

Also remember that these devices will be sold at these prices in Spain. In other European countries, prices may differ, as they often do. Still, we now have a decent idea of the rough price ranges that all these tablets fit in.

As for release dates, there’s no info yet. All the Spanish retailer says is that all these tablets are ‘coming soon’. So stay tuned.

Via NotebookItalia Via Android Community

Author: Vlad Bobleanta

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  • Zac Clemans

    For the fifth time. No! None of the Asus tablets except the EP121 were shown running Windows. All the others (Slider, Transformer, and MeMo) will have Android Honeycomb. Why is everyone posting this crap without researching it. I have not seen one announcement from Asus indicating that this is running anything other than Honeycomb. The Transformer and Slider were even at Cebit less than a month ago running Honeycomb. If this was a one time mistake from one blog, I could understand, but the fact that so many tech sites are posting this clearly erroneous information is very frustrating.