LAS VEGAS–Not content to rest on the laurels of its recently announced A200, Acer today unveiled a new Iconia Tab tablet, featuring a screen resolution of 1,920×1,080 pixels (1080p).
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Typically, tablet screen resolutions top out at 1,280×800 pixels, but thanks to the faster speed of quad-core processors (Acer didn’t reveal which quad-core CPU the new tablet would be using), look for high-res screens like this (and even higher) to become a trend over the next year.
The success of these new devices, however, will depend on the q… [Read more]
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