Thursday, May 26, 2011

Known why the delay in Iconia Tab

As many of you will remember a few days ago we shared the news that the launch of Acer's tablet, the Tab Iconia A100 would be delayed until the last quarter of this year. Well today we have found out the official reason why the delay. According to the latest announcement from the maker's new A100 Iconia Tab will be delayed by problems of interface.

The model would be one of the first to equip the new Android 3.1 HoneyComb, an operating system designed primarily for gadgets of 9 inches or more. Herein lies the problem, it seems that Acer have just now have realized that the Tab Iconia A100 screen is only 7 inches and would be very small icons on the display.

Surely the decision to use instead of Gingerbread HoneyComb is the product of the expectation generated by this OS, besides, of course, the many improvements that it will present its predecessor. Yet now remains to see what Acer will find solution on one hand the customers have already led to the idea of using honeycomb and the other might have some interface problems.

Certainly the company will try to schedule an interface adapted to the tablet itself, which no doubt will take a while and a few lines of code.

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