Acer will stock two Android-based tablets from April 2011 according to a statement the company released earlier today.
The first one features a 10.1-inch capacitive touchscreen and, measures only 13.3mm thick, thinner than many smartphones and uses aluminium as main material for its enclosure.
As expected, it comes with Wi-Fi and 3G connectivity; packs a HDMI port and can play 1080p video content straight to a television.
The smaller one packs a 7-inch screen but sports a 1280x800 pixels resolution making it the smallest device we've seen yet that is HD ready.
It comes with a dual core Cortex A9 processor (Qualcomm Snapdragon we suspect), Adobe Flash Player 10.1, Dolby Mobile technology, Wi-Fi, 3G, HDMI and DLNA compatibility.
Both models will be available in April 2011 worldwide and are expected to feature Acer's latest user interface. Pricing details have yet to be revealed.