While news of Acer’s latest Iconia Tab, the A200, leaked earlier this month, little details were known about the device; however a new video touting some of the tablet’s capabilities sheds some light on the slate, despite its lacking an official acknowledgment from Acer.
The Android Honeycomb quad-core tablet will support Bluetooth and Wi-Fi, and will most likely be available worldwide. The video displays a standard 10-inch tablet with magenta back in tow, though the video goes on to show the device will also be available in black as well. The tablet will feature a front-facing camera, as shown when a family video chats with their grandpa. Equipped with a full-sized USB port and microSD storage slot, the Iconia Tab A200 will also ship with Acer’s clear.fi and Acer Ring software technologies.
While the video does not reveal a price tag or launch date, the family-friendly holiday feel could suggest an upcoming release. Check out the video below to get a good look at Acer’s latest tablet.