Before the Nexus 7 came out, Acer unveiled the Iconia Tab A110 at the Computex event in June.\u00a0 Acer said the 7-inch tablet will retail for less than $200, making it one of the most anticipated Android tablets. \u00a0Then Google\u2019s Nexus 7 came, along with a Jelly Bean announcement, and the Iconia Tab A110 was suddenly forgotten. Very recently, though, the Acer IconiaTab made an appearance in an online store, and the photos show the tablet running Jelly Bean, instead of\u00a0Ice Cream Sandwich\u00a0as originally reported.\u00a0 This is good news, of course, as long as the price remains within the $200 range. \u00a0With Iconia Tab A110 running Jelly Bean, this makes it the first third-party tablet to run the latest Android OS, and it also makes it a Nexus 7 alternative.\u00a0 The specs of the\u00a0Acer Iconia Tab A110\u00a0are almost similar to the Nexus 7.\u00a0 Apart from running the same Jelly Bean OS, both Acer\u2019s tablet and the Nexus 7 feature a 7-inch display, an NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad-core processor, 1GB RAM and a single front-facing\u00a0camera. The Acer Iconia Tab A110 will however sport a lower resolution screen.\u00a0 Its display carries 1024\u00d7600 resolution while the Nexus 7 sports a 1280 \u00d7 800 pixel display. The A110 will also have an HDMI output and a microSD card slot which are not available on the Nexus 7. \u00a0As to battery, the A110 will drain faster since it only has a 3420mAh battery, compared to the 4325mAh on the Nexus 7.