Acer’s 10-inch Tegra 2 Based Tablet Caught On Video

Acer is holding off its tablet family for now as Google has not released the tablet-optimized Android version- Honeycomb. Though, Engadget points out at how unsuccessful they have been in doing so.

Three videos of Acer’s 10-inch tablet have popped up on YouTube and it looks like it will be powered by Nvidia’s dual-core Tegra 2 platform and offer custom Acer Android apps. The videos also display how Acer has implemented touc-free page navigation with the use of Gyroscope. In the videos, we can clearly see that Acer has used Froyo on the tablets but Acer had previously mentioned that they will be waiting for Honeycomb release by Google. And if Digitimes is to be believed then we aren’t going to see any Honeycomb tablets before March even though they’ll be on display at the CES 2011.

Check out the videos:

You can check out all the three videos on Engadget blog.

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