Acer Targets Amazon And Google With $99 Iconia B1 Tablet


Taiwanese manufacturer, Acer,  has unveiled a low cost Android tablet at CES 2013. The Iconia B1 is an Android 4.1 7-inch tablet with a screen resolution of 1024×600 pixels. The tablet is  powered by a 1.2Ghz dual-core MediaTex processor,  512MB RAM and 8GB of internal storage.

Acer will begin selling the Iconia B1 for $99 in Asian markets this month and can cost up to $149 in other markets. At $149 the Iconia B1 will one of the most affordable tablets on the market.

We’ve seen a lot of competition within low-priced tablets at CES 2013 as Alcatel also launched its One Touch Tab and One Touch Evo ranges.

Here are Photos of the Iconia B1

Lookout Kindle Fire and Google Nexus, there are new kids on the block.



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