Paul Otellini already told us that we’d see new Android pills running Apple plastic at Computex. Now DigiTimes is estimating loose-lipped upstream component makers who declare that Acer is placed to produce its 10″ Android 3.0 tablet built upon Intel’s Oak Trail platform in This summer. Actually this is the retail date, making the May 31st kickoff of Computex an ideal event to show the unARMed Android tablet the very first time in public places. Obviously, Acer was early using its Android-based netbook computer in 2009 therefore it is no real surprise to determine the organization with another Google first this year. And really, with no appropriate Microsoft tablet OS available until 2012, you are able to wager that Intel’s likely to be pushing the Honeycomb port to x86 hard within the coming several weeks with rigs from Lenovo and ASUS also expected by DigiTimes. Oh, as well as for whatever it’s worth, the Taiwanese rumor rag also states that Acer is “evaluating” an Oak Trail with MeeGo tablet. Which version, we question?
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