Acer ICONIA TAB A200 pays a visit to the FCC

Acer ICONIA TAB A200 pays a visit to the FCC
No matter whether you like it or not, Android tablets just keep on coming, and the Acer ICONIA TAB A200 is one of the latest additions to the ever-expanding list. Soon after the tablet was spotted over at the Bluetooth SIG web page, a filing for the ICONIA TAB A200 has been discovered on the FCC web page meaning that the device has gotten a step closer to seeing the light of day.

Judging by the information that the filing reveals, the tablet's physical diagonal size is 29.6 centimeters, which is a little over 11 and a half inches. Having that in mind it would be a safe bet saying that the A200 packs a display between 9 and 10 inches in diagonal. The other new bit of information that we now know is that the device has a GPS radio, yet that pretty much sums up the details that the FCC filing provides.

Processor speed, storage capacity, and all of the remaining spicy tech specs of the Acer ICONIA TAB A200 remain anyone's guess at this time. However, judging by the rest of the company's tablet lineup, it would probably offer a decent amount of bang for its buck. 

source: FCC via Unwired View

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