The deluge of quad-core tablets that's sure to arrive at CES 2012 is only dripping out for now, with the latest addition to the Tegra 3 ranks being an Acer A510 slate. This device, unannounced by the company but evidenced by a pair of User Agent Profile specifications posted on its official site, will match the Asus Eee Pad Transformer Prime in the major specs: a quad-core Tegra 3 processor, 1280 x 800 resolution, and Android as the OS. Beyond that, we also know it'll feature Bluetooth 2.0 and that the Wi-Fi model will carry the A510 name, an obvious successor to the Iconia Tab A500, with its 3G variant being dubbed A511. Release dates, chassis thickness, and other such juicy tidbits will have to wait for another day, but hey, at least we know this thing's in the oven and cooking, right?
Acer Tegra 3 tablet with Android confirmed, to be called A510/A511
The Acer A510 and Acer A511 tablets have been revealed by support documents posted to the company's official website. Both will have Nvidia's Tegra 3 processor inside, 1280 x 800 resolution, and Android as the OS. The only difference is that the A511 will come with 3G connectivity.