Acer has just announced retail availbility and pricing for their own attempt at a 7 inch tablet running Android Jelly Bean, the A110. The Nexus 7 competitor will be available for $229 from October 30th.
What you get for this price is a 7 inch, 1024×600 display, a NVIDIA Tegra 3 chipset, 1 GB memory, 8 GB internal storage, Micro SD slot and a claimed 7.5 hours battery life. The only areas where it could be considered better than its major competitor is where it has HDMI output and a MicroSD slot.
However, a heavily rumoured Nexus 7 model with 32 GB of storage will soon put that advantage to death and the Nexus device has much more direct software updates as part of the Nexus program.
KitGuru says: With ever increasing competition from other vendors it's hard to see the Acer A110 selling well due to its HDMI output capabilities alone.