updated 03:15 pm EDT, Tue March 22, 2011
Acer Iconia out in April, Toshiba tablet in June
A leaked schedule sent in to Engadget from retailer Staples has revealed release dates for two upcoming tablets. Namely, Acer's Iconia Tab, likely to be the same one due at AT&T, though probably without the 4G radio and in Wi-Fi-only flavor, is due at the end of April at Staples. The other is an unnamed 10.1-inch device from Toshiba, and it is said to arrive at Staples in mid-June.
The Toshiba tablet showed up at the start of the year and will be powered by Android. Both the Acer and Toshiba tablets will share a similar-sized touchscreen and 1280x800 resolution, the leak reveals.
Other specs are unknown, however. Back in January, the Toshiba tablet was said to arrive with Android 3.0 along with NVIDIA's dual-core Tegra 2 CPU. It would get dual cameras, and the ability to play back 1080p videos on an external screen thanks to an HDMI output and that CPU.
Pricing for either device hasn't been revealed by the leak, however.