Acer has teased the CES crowds with an early glimpse of a tablet with a Full HD display.
The next-generation 10in Iconia Tab has a 1,920 x 1,080 display. It's the highest resolution so far for a tablet of that size, although that's likely to be equalled in the coming days here at the Las Vegas showcase.
The Iconia is powered by an unspecified quad-core processor, which is likely to be based on Nvidia's Tegra 3 platform.
Acer briefly flashed the new tablet at the end of its CES press conference, but gave no indication of specs, price or release date.
While not quite matching Acer's Full HD display, Lenovo had a series of new tablets on display at the show curtain-raiser, CES Unveiled.
It was showing off Android tablets in three different sizes - 5in, 7in and 10in - although some of the models are restricted to China, Lenovo's domestic market.
The 10in IdeaTab S2 is similar to the Asus Transformer range, coming with a detachable keyboard that allows the S2 to operate as a standalone slate or pseudo laptop.
The S2 is powered by a dual-core Qualcomm CPU running at 1.5GHz, with up to 64GB of internal storage and 1GB of RAM. It runs on the latest Android 4 operating system, although comes pre-loaded with Lenovo's own "Mandarin" interface - a tile-based UI that's not entirely dissimilar to Windows 8 Metro.
Battery life is quoted at in excess of 20 hours when paired with the keyboard dock.
Lenovo is yet to release a price or release date for the S2.
This article originally appeared at pcpro.co.uk