Acer seemingly wants to make an impression on the budget Android tablet market, so the company has announced a pair of affordable devices called the Iconia B1-720 and B1-721.
These are actually upgraded models of the previous Iconia B1-A71 tablet which was released a year ago.
Don’t expect anything too grand, the two devices are slates with moderate capabilities that sell at a competitive price. The base model (the B1-720) features a 7-inch display (plus One Glass Solution for clearer entertainment) with an unknown resolution and packing in its entrails a 1.3GHz dual-core processor coupled with 1GB of RAM and sustained by 16GB of internal storage.
Acer also offers a microSD and a frontal camera. Customers looking to purchase the Wi-Fi only model will have to pay €129 / $176, while those opting for the 3G+Wi-Fi version (B1-721) will be set back with €179 / $244.