A few days ago we first heard about the upcoming Acer Iconia Tab A200. This tablet then got its Bluetooth certification, and was even featured in a blurry picture. And that was it. Today we have some more information, even if we’re still missing most of the details.
The Iconia Tab A200 has passed through the FCC’s labs and it looks set to achieve all possible certifications in a very short period of time – which may mean it’s going to launch soon.
The only details about the tablet that the FCC let slip have to do with its measurements. And judging by those, the A200 will probably come with a 10-inch screen, or perhaps an 8.9-inch display and a very big bezel.
That kind of puts to rest our speculation that this may be a successor to the 7-inch A100. But then again that would have been odd, since the A100 has only been on the market for a short while.
So there you have it then. The pieces of this puzzle are starting to fall into place one by one. They are small pieces though up until now, so we’re hoping we’ll see a bigger leak in the near future. We’ll keep you posted.
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