Acer showed off something new at IFA this year. They are hitting the market with a new Android smartphone and tablet that they claim are geared and optimized for gaming. The smartphone is called the Predator 6 and the tablet is called the Predator 8. Both devices will essentially have the exact same design aesthetics, with one being a bit larger than the other. Here is the spec breakdown for each device and you can see the full press release in the thread below: Acer Predator 6 Gaming Smartphone - launch date and pricing details unknown for this device at this time 6-inch FullHD display Deca-core MediaTek SoC (probably the Helio X20, although that is unconfirmed at this time) high-end Mali-T880 GPU 4GB of RAM 21 megapixel rear camera Quad front facing speakers Haptic feedback motors for at authentic gaming rumble Acer Predator 8 Gaming Tablet - US launch on November 6th at $299 - global launch in October with a €349 price tag in Europe and ¥2499 in China 8-inch 1080p display Intel Atom x7-Z8700 processor - The Atom x7 is a 64-bit quad-core CPU chip with Intel’s Gen8 graphics architecture - this is Intel's most powerful mobile processor to date 2GB of RAM Lightweight aluminium body Four front facing speakers with support for virtual surround sound Tactile feedback for supported games 2×2 MIMO WiFi 32GB or 64GB of internal storage, supported by a microSD card slot Any gamers intrigued by these devices?