It seems that Acer is finally getting its act together regarding its range of tablets. Acer is supposed to be working on the next generation of its Iconia tablets.

According to speculations, Acer is prepping a quad-core Tegra 3 tablet running Google’s Android operating system.

The device, codenamed A510 is set to feature a 1280 x 800p display along ice Cream Sandwich OS running the show. There would also be 3G –enabled version of the tablet called A511.

Although Acer hasn’t officially announced the tablet, evidence was thrown up by a User agent Profile. 

Acer seems to be following in the footsteps of competitor Asus in terms of the Tegra 3 tablet. Asus was the first to announce a Tegra 3 tablet – the Asus Transformer Prime.

Other companies having their quad-core tablets in the wings include HTC and Lenovo. While there is no further information from Acer, Lenovo is stated to be working on an Android 4.0 Tegra 3 10.1-inch tablet.

The tablet is rumored to have a 1.6 GHz processor along with 2 GB of RAM making it one of the fastest tablets ever. In terms of form factor, the tablet would support a fusion-skin body along with a USB pot and a fingerprint scanner.

HTC, on the other hand seems to be having an affair with the quad-core range. Besides HTC Edge – its Tegra 3 smartphone, HTC is rumored to be readying its quad-core Android tablet up for release at the Mobile World Conference 2012.

India has seen the launch of the Acer Iconia A100, Lenovo ThinkPad, Lenovo A1, Lenovo K1 and HTC Flyer tablets.

We hope to get our hands on quad-core devices soon. Trust us to keep you updated. 

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