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Friday, 20 May 2011 10:14

Acer plans to ship million Iconia tabs in Q2

Written by Fudzilla staff


Off to a good start
Acer has started shipping its new Iconia series tablets a couple of weeks ago and it appears that the outfit has rather high hopes for the new devices.

According to Digitimes, Acer hopes to ship about one million units by the end of the quarter, which is not bad for an entirely new product series. Selling a million units in less than two months can be considered a success in the Android world. The company has reportedly stepped up its tablet efforts after the departure of former CEO Gianfranco Lanci.

In addition to the ARM-Android Iconia A500, Acer is also offering the W500, an AMD Fusion based tablet with Windows 7.

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