With NVIDIA recently showing off their new Tegra 3 quad-core processor’s power, many are waiting to see what kind of new tablets will be popping up to utilize the new technology. In a recent find, it has been revealed that Acer may just be one of the companies offering the new device.
Source code from the XML feed of the Acer support site revealed two devices, the Acer Iconia Tab A511 and the Acer Iconia Tab 510, to both be new tablets that will contain the quad-core Tegra 3 chipset.
Both devices, according to the source code will run at a 1280 x800 resolution but no screen size dimensions were displayed.
The main difference between the two devices were their connectivity features. The A511 will contain both WiFi and 3G options while the A510 will only contain WiFi connectivity.
The source code didn’t reveal any dates for a possible release or anything about a pricing structure. Another key bit of information left out was the operating system. It may be possible that both of these devices will sport Android’s latest, Ice Cream Sandwich, but as of now it is impossible to tell.
The devices may be released early next year so that they can get ahead of the next generation of Windows tablets which are reported to be available in the third quarter next year.
Source code revealing the new Acer “A510”:
<prf:CPU>NVIDIA Tegra 3</prf:CPU>
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