Acer Iconia TAB A500 16GB version revealed: Half the storage, £100 cheaper

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Acer have just revealed a new version of their Iconia TAB A500 tablet. Packing in 16GB of storage as opposed to the original’s 32GB, it’s £100 cheaper than the first offering at £350. That makes it also £50 less expensive than the equivalent 16GB iPad 2.

Acer’s latest Android tablet, it uses Google’s Honeycomb Android OS variant on a 10.1 inch display, powered by a NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor. 1080p output over a HDMI port also features, with 1GB of RAM for smooth Flash 10.1 playback too.

Wi-Fi, 3G, and Bluetooth connectivity are bolstered by Acer’s clear.fi media sharing application, while a 5MP rear camera and 2MP front-facing one also feature.

The new 16GB Iconia TAB A500 is available to purchase now.

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