7.9 inch Acer Iconia Tab A1-810 available in Europe now, costs less than €200

If you want a tablet that’s about the size of Apple’s iPad Mini, but without iOS and not that expensive, Acer’s Iconia Tab A1-810 is probably the best thing you can get.

The A1-810 is available now in Germany, where well-known retailer Media Markt is selling the 16GB (white, Wi-Fi only) version of it for €189. I assume the tablet is going to hit shelves in other European markets pretty soon. Update: it’s available in France as well.

Running Android Jelly Bean, the Acer Iconia Tab A1-810 sports a 7.9 inch IPS display with 1024 x 768 pixels – just like the iPad Mini. That aside, it’s got a quad-core 1.2GHz MediaTek MT8125 processor, 5MP rear camera, VGA front-facing camera, 1GB of RAM, MicroSD card slot, and a 3,250 mAh battery.

TabletBlog (in German) says there will also be a 3G edition of the A1. This should be launched in June, costing €239.

Acer Iconia Tab A1-810 Android Jelly Bean available Germany 2

Acer Iconia Tab A1-810 Android Jelly Bean available Germany

Earlier this month, when Acer unveiled the A1 in New York City, it said the tablet would be released in the US starting June, for $169 (8GB model), or $199 (16GB).

Tablets aside, Acer also has new affordable Jelly Bean smartphones – including the 4.5 inch Liquid E2, which might help the company sell a total of 2 million handsets before the end of the year.

Author: Florin

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  • Taylor Mousie1

    Another impressive new tablet available June 1st offering some of the best Features of any new Tablet is the Novo 8 Discovery for €129 at a site called T abletSprint– and this new model is the same 8-inch size as the Mini iPad and features a fast Quad Core processor and Bluetooth, along with the new innovative HD Wireless Miracast system, which provides wireless connection to any HDTV with high resolution 1080p HD — ideal for streaming movies (such as Netflix) and to play video games on any Big Screen TV using the tablet as a motion control device, as well as to display any other tablet and web content in HD – essentially turning any HDTV into a multimedia computer device.