According to a report by DigiTimes, the Taiwanese firm is preparing to release at least two tablets in the fourth quarter of this year. Details are scant, but they supposedly measure 7 and 10 inches, run Android 2.2, support Adobe Flash, and have some multimedia entertainment features.
Other specifications are unknown, but they're likely to be familiar. There are several 1GHz ARM processors to choose from, and it will need at least 8GB of internal flash memory to compete with the iPad. Acer is also in talks with mobile telecom companies, suggesting the devices will support mobile broadband.