Acer Introduces Packard Bell Liberty Tablet
Acer is coming out with a new tablet called the Packard Bell Liberty Tab. The device is currently scheduled to be released in June giving the consumer the option of choosing Cherry Red or Pearl White. The device will be equipped with the tablet standard of Android 3.0 Honeycomb. Like all other tablets, the device will offer full flash support as well as access to Android’s marketplace. Running on an Nvidia Tegra 2 processor, the device carries a dual camera 2MP front-facing/5MP rear and come with Google Talk pre-installed for video calling.
Acer claims that the new tablet will have up to 10 hours of battery life and run on a beautiful 16:10 aspect ratio (1280 x 800 pixels). The sexy gadget offers full multi-touch for the 10.1 inch screen and offers a wide viewing angle, giving users many different options of placing their new tablet. For all things connectivity, users will enjoy the Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 2.1, and mobile 3G to surf the net.
The Packard Bell Liberty Tab will be available in Europe in June 2011, with hopefully an American release to come shortly. The device looks simply stunning, and while the name may not be the catchiest, the tablet is sure to catch attention in public. It seems like this is just another factor in the already difficult game of “which tablet to buy?” I wonder how this new tablet will fare against Acer’s Iconia (see video).