Acer plans to unveil its Iconia Tab 700 running a Tegra 3 processor at January’s CES 2012 tradeshow. However, a Russian blog managed to get their hands on the Android powered tablet early.
In addition to the powerful Tegra 3 processor, the Iconia Tab 700 is slimmer than the Iconia Tab 200, features a 10.1 inch touch screen display with a high resolution of 1920 x 1200, and it comes with SIM and micro-USB ports. It comes with a unique, dedicated button for screen rotation lock, which is probably a useful feature on a tablet so the screen doesn’t rotate by accident. Its ten hour battery life should be good enough to keep the tablet up and running allowing you to capture many photos with its 5MP rear facing camera.
The Acer Iconia Tab 700 isn’t expected to launch until at least March 2012, but we should be able to get a good glimpse of the device at CES in just a couple of weeks.