Acer's Android tablets hands-on

Today Acer announced two Android-powered tablets. The tablets sport a 7-inch and 10-inch display and features a resolution of 1280 X 800, which is higher than the 1024 X 600 resolution on the 7-inch Galaxy Tab display made by Samsung.

The tablets will feature a dual-core processor and will run Android with Flash 10.1 support, meaning that it will run at least Android 2.2 Froyo. There's also HDMI out, 10-finger multitouch recognition, gyroscope, and integrated 3G for mobile broadband connections. Both tablets are slated to ship in April 2011, and the 7-inch will boast Dolby Mobile Technology for great audio.

This Microsoft-friendly device will tip the scales at less than 1kg, sporting a thickness of just 0.6-inches to make this 10.1-inch tablet a wee bit different from the rest of the other Acer tablets announced today. With an AMD processor running proceedings from within, this Acer tablet will also feature two 1.3-megapixel cameras, as well as Wi-Fi and 3G connectivity to make sure you remain connected at all times to the Internet - as long as there is a decent signal, of course. No idea on pricing details as at press time though.