Earlier this month, Acer unveiled two new affordable tablets, the A1-830 and B1, which run on Android. And now, the company has taken the wraps off another slate dubbed the Tab 7 in China that takes the cake as the most affordable device in the OEMs current lineup.
Priced at around $100 or 599 Yuan, the device falls in the 7-inch segment and looks quite stylish. The rear panel features a textured finish while the sides are drenched in silver, with the overall form factor most likely being made from polycarbonate. The display on the front delivers visuals at 1024 x 600p resolution and supports 5-point touch input. Apart from this, there’s also a 1.9MP webcam located above the panel, while the rear flaunts a 3MP camera.
The Acer Tab 7 is powered by Android 4.2 Jelly Bean. On the inside, there’s 1GB of RAM, 8GB of storage, a microSD card slot and a dual core Cortex A9 processor clocked at 1.5GHz. On a single charge, the company estimates that the Tab 7 can deliver around 5 hours of activity. A 3000mAh battery has been fitted under the hood.
According to Blog of Mobile, Acer has already started selling the Tab 7 in China. It can be purchased through online retailer JD.com for the aforementioned price. Also, there’s no word on whether the device will make its debut globally.
Here’s a quick look at the specifications:
– Platform: Android 4.2 Jelly Bean
– Display: 7-inch WSVGA panel
– Memory: 1GB RAM, 8GB storage
– Connectivity: Wi-Fi, microHDMI, USB OTG, Bluetooth
– Dimensions: 191mm x 112mm x 9.9mm
– Weight: 289 grams