updated 07:10 pm EST, Fri January 20, 2012
Sports Tegra 2 1GHz chipset and 16GB of storage
A few days later than expected, Acer's new Tegra 2-based 10.1-inch tablet has gone on sale in the US. The Iconia Tablet A200 is now available at Best Buy. The tablet had been anticipated to arrive on US shores this Monday.
The tablet is superficially similar to earlier Acer models with a 1280x800 resolution, but cuts back in other areas to trim prices. It sports a single two-megapixel camera facing the front and no rear camera. The lithium-ion battery runs up to eight hours between charges, too, where some tablets reach ten. An update to Android 4.0 will most likely be available next month. The version being sold by Best Buy is gray in color and comes with 16GB of internal storage capacity.
The 16GB edition of the A200 is priced at $350. The forthcoming model with 8GB of storage is expected to be priced at $330. [via Androinica]