This is the Acer Chromebook Tab 10, which comes to compete directly with the new iPad that has not yet announced.
Yes, there is life for tablets beyond the traditional Android, iOS or Windows 10. Acer has introduced the new Chromebook Tab 10, the first tablet running as the operating system Chrome OS .
It is a 9.7-inch device with a screen of 2048 x 1536 pixels, 4 GB of RAM, USB-C port, 32 GB of internal storage, the increasingly scarce hearing aid port and microSD slot. And the processor? An OP1, which has been optimized specifically for Chromebooks.
The OP1, according to ARM Devices , is a chip that includes the ARM Cortex-A72 dual-core and a quad-core ARM Cortex-A53, along with a Mali-T860MP GPU.
Acer will include a stylus in the Chromebook Tab 10, which will be one of those traditional ones that do not require a charge to work. The tablet will begin selling in the United States in the month of May, at a starting price of USD $ 330 and its main focus seems to be in the educational segment, or that is what can be extracted from the publication of Google on its official blog where They talk about Chrome OS for education.
It is important to remember that on March 27, Apple will also make an announcement related to the education sector and it is said that it could be the cheapest iPad that they will have released to date.