Published on June 3rd,2010 at 11:15 AM
By >Daimaou - G.G-B

[Computex 2010] Acer Stream in the wild.

[Computex 2010] Acer Stream in the wild.

Android fan rejoice! Acer unveiled at Computex 2010 its latest Android powered wonder, the Stream. Powered by an Snapdragon 8250 CPU at 1GHz, with 512MB of SDRAM and 512 MB of Flash, our Stream comes with a 3.7″ AMOLED WVGA capacitive touschcreen, Dolby Mobile, HDMI Type D micro connector, capable to both record and play 720d HD videos, HSDPA, HSUPA, WiFi N…

Only shown running Android 2.1, Acer however is planning to offer Froyo, Android 2.2 soon for its Stream.

Photos courtesy of Jimmy Roy

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[Computex 2010] Acer Stream in the wild.
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