Mobile World Congress: Acer/Asus/Toshiba Tablet Pictures+ Models+ Minor Details

Most are pretty excited about Samsung Galaxy tab 10.1 but right about now, its everyone for themselves. Nvidia forwarded me the pictures of 3 new devices with the Tegra II chip




Acer is releasing  tablets- A100 and the A500. Not much being said (through the Official Release) about the specs but it gave an idea that it comes with 10.1 with support for HD Arcade games with 10 point Multi-touch and a Gyro Meter Control, both models powered with Tegra II.

Asus and Toshiba given bit more details, Asus :

Asus:”It (Asus Eee Pad Slide) features a 10.1-inch IPS touch-screen for finger-friendly use and a nifty slide-out QWERTY keyboard. Meanwhile, the Eee Pad Transformer comes with an optional docking station transforming it into a full-fledged notebook with a QWERTY keyboard for desktop use and extending battery life up to 16 hours”.

Toshiba: “Finally, Toshiba’s super tablet, which is expected out soon, includes new features and options for a highly personalized experience. Its 10.1-inch widescreen multi-touch display runs high-def 1280×800 resolution and 16:10 aspect ratio. It also features an open design, so consumers can choose their favorite back cover or easily replace the battery.”

Just to let everyone know, If I am getting any updates about these products, I’ll update this thread rather than creating a new one.

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