After a video touting the capabilities of the Iconia Tab A200 leaked last month, Acer has finally officially launched its latest Android tablet.
The Iconia Tab A200 began shipping to select countries in November, according to Acer, with Android 3.2 Honeycomb on board, though the company promised the slate will be upgraded to Android 4.0 in January. Packing a 1GHz NIVIDIA Tegra 2 processor and 1GB of RAM, the A200 sports a 10.1-inch (1280 x 800) display. Customers can choose 8GB or 16GB of storage for their device, which is said to average 400 hours of standby and 8 hours of video playback, thanks to its 3260mAh battery, according to Acer. Measuring at 260 x 175 x 12.4mm, the Iconia Tab A200 weighs 720grams and features a 2MP front-facing webcam.
With the UI Acer Ring built in, the tablet is said to offer easy-access apps from any screen, including the Screenshot feature, which quickly captures web images, articles and Google maps from video calls. The Iconia Tab A200 also has a full-size USB port, as well as a microSD slot.
Acer neglected to mention pricing or which countries the tablet has already shipped to. Check out the video below for a look at the Iconia Tab A200 in action.