Acer has announced three new products here in New York today — we've just seen the first two, and now it's revealed a new 7.9-inch tablet, called the Iconia A1. The Android tablet is powered by a quad-core processor, and Acer is focusing on its suitability for one-handed use. Acer hasn't given us too much information, but the tablet uses an IPS display, and will be available for $169. That puts in squarely in position to compete with the Nexus 7, which is getting long in the tooth. Acer also revealed that you'll be able to use a five-finger gesture to power on the device. We're working on getting more information now.