Acer has announced that it will be launching its Iconia Tab A110 on October 30 in United States for $229.99. The tablet runs Android 4.1 and uses an Nvidia Tegra 3quad core processor. The tablet also promises 7.5 hours of battery life per charge.
The tablet is under a pound and less than half an inch thick. It has a seven-inch screen with a resolution of 1024 x 600. The tablet also features 1 GB of memory and has 8 GB of internal storage along with the two megapixel front facing WebCam the machine also has integrated Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.
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Linda Cohn Files Lawsuit Against New York Ice Rink
ESPN broadcaster Linda Cohn is filing a lawsuit against a New York ice rink after a group of kids pushed a heavy coin machine which allegedly fell on her, resulting in a huge gash that required 25 stitches.
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