Acer unveils £300 Honeycomb powered Iconia tablet for April 20
Tegra 2 on board with wi-fi and 3G versions
The unveiling of Acer's £300 Iconia comes days after Asus lifted the lid on what, at the time, appeared to be the competitively priced Eee Pad Transformer, which starts at £379.
Size isn't everything
Acer, however, appears to be pitching Iconia Honeycomb-powered and equipped with Nvidia's Tegra 2 at the existing Galaxy Tab market.
The tablet will come with a 7-inch display, 512MB of RAM and 8GB of storage, suggesting the firm isn't aiming to sit at the top table when it comes to specs.
Yet, it does have full HD support to enable video playback at 1080p, while the tablet's capacitive touch screen will sport a resolution of 1024 x 600 pixels.
Currently listed for release in the UK on April 20 according to Amazon, Iconia will roll out just two weeks after the launch of Asus's Eee Pad Transformer on April 6, and a day after RIM's BlackBerry PlayBook goes on sale in the US.