Acer will release Honeycomb, Intel Oak Trail tablet by July

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Just when you thought there were already far too many tablets being launched this year to choose from, Acer go and throw another one out in the mix. The company is reported to be readying a new Android 3.0 Honeycomb, Intel Oak Trail run tablet and will release it by July.

This news comes from DigiTimes who report that a company called Compal have already began producing these nameless tablets on a large scale. Acer says that this new tablet will perform better than their existing Iconia Tab A500 which is ARM-based, but will still be a similar price.

Acer are also said to be contemplating using MeeGo in their future Intel models. The OS recently released version 2.1 which is aimed at being used with smartphones, in-car entertainment systems and notebooks as well as tablets.

Intel’s Oak Trail is reported to be used in upcoming devices from ASUS and Lenovo too which is why we will find pricing will not vary too much, so as to keep them competitive with rivals. Check out the full article at DigiTimes for more information about the Acer tablet.

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