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With this summer's London games approaching, it seems it's not just Samsung getting in on the Olympic action. Acer and UK retailer the Carphone Warehouse have announced a new quad-core Android tablet with an Olympic spin -- the Acer Iconia A510 Olympic Tab. The device is a 10.1-inch tablet powered by Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and a quad-core NVIDIA Tegra 3 CPU. Other bundled goodies include a microSD card port,  microUSB and microHDMI. And you've also got the famous Olympic rings engraved on the back of the tablet, for whatever that's worth.

The Carphone Warehouse says it's expecting to begin selling the Olympic Tab in June, and it has a pre-registration page up right now. In the U.S, both black and silver variants will sell for $449.

Source: Acer, Carphone Warehouse

There are 6 comments

TDMaster says:

the specs are nice but why always the screens are less then 250 ppi?

DrDoppio says:

Because 250+ dpi is an overkill. My laptop is doing just fine at 120 dpi, for a 10" screen 1080p should be sufficient.

MNG708 says:

What time and weather widget is that? Is that a native Acer app?


Yes. Its their "Digital Clock" widget.

its been available in the US for a month, you guys didn't have this yet? Its nice, heat dispersion issues though if your a heavy gamer. Still way more reliable than the Transformer line

B. Diddy says:

Uh-oh, don't order it yet. Make sure they've ironed the glitches out first.