You can tell when it's an Olympic year, even if you're not that interested in sports. That's because the Olympic rings logo starts appearing on all sorts of seemingly unrelated products. Acer's the latest to jump between the rings, offering "Olympic" Iconia 510 and 700 tablets. There's nothing particularly different about these tablets from their non-Olympic counterparts, save for the (presumed) sacks of money that it took to get the logos printed on there in the first place. Acer Australia tells me that we will see them in Australia sometime in the second quarter of the year, so if you are keen, start saving your pennies now. [Liliputing]
Acer's Iconia Tablets Go Olympic
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