Acer plans to lift the lid on a brand-spanking new 10-inch tablet, the Iconia A3. Laptopmag spills the beans on a very ordinary tablet thats thankfully priced rather well. The specs are decent for an Android tablet, so lets see what the Iconia A3 offers us. The Iconia A3, which will only be legitimately revealed when IFA 2013 begins, is a 10-inch Android 4.2 tablet with a 1280×800 resolution, a quad-core 1.2Ghz CPU and Intellispin, a software feature from Acer that automatically detects the orientation of the A3, even when its on a flat surface. Its also rather thin, at only 0.99cm thickness and 595 grams heavy. This weight and thickness, for this price is a decent combo of hardware and svelte design. Like most Android tablets, it comes with a bunch of smartphone-like extras that makes it not only more appealing, but easier to swallow as well. On the rear, theres a 5-megapixel camera but on a 10-inch tablet thats close to useless. Cameras on tablets have always been a poor idea, but to each their own. On the side, Acer has included a microSD and microHDMI port. Finally, well be able to choose from a 16 or 32GB version of the Iconia A3.