A few weeks ago, reports trickled down from the mount that Acer was prepping a $100 7-inch tablet with specs that were juuuussssssst decent enough to be usable. The Iconia B1-A71 seems to fit the bill. Except, well, for the bill.
According to the WSJ, Acer's going to build the world's first tablet that manages to break the $100 barrier without being a glorified cheese plate. That's the good news. The bad news? You probably won't get the chance to buy it.
We've known it was coming for months, but the Acer Iconia Tab A110 finally has a due date and a pricetag. It's going on sale October 30th, and it'll only cost you $230. That puts it squarely in Nexus 7 territory.
The Acer Iconia Tab A510 was a decent tablet, but the screen was lame. The new Acer Iconia Tab A700 is essentially the exact same tablet, but with a 1080p screen. Purty! But how do those extra pixels affect the performance?
Acer isn't exactly the first name that pops into your head when it comes to top-tier tablets, but the company's trying to change that with the Iconia A510. But does it hit the sweet spot between performance and price?
The Acer Iconia A510 is coming. We got some hands-on time with it at CES and we were impressed. A 10.1-inch
screen, a Tegra 3 quad-core processor, and Ice Cream Sandwich sounds mighty good, and now you can pre-order one.
Sony announced their dual-screened S2 tablet today. It's not the only twin-screen tablet, but considering recent ill-conceived efforts from the likes of Acer, Toshiba and Kyocera, we're a little skeptical. With the S2, Sony's basically cut a 10-inch screen in half and stuck a hinge in between. How much of a benefit…
Okay, maybe it's a little too early to say for sure just how good the 10.1-inch Acer Iconia Tab A500 is, but the specs—1GHz Tegra guts, 1GB RAM, 16GB storage 1280x800 LCD screen, 2MP and 5MP front and rear-facing cameras, etc.—put it up there with the elite guard of Android tablets. And its price tag of $450 makes it…
The Acer Iconia! What a strange dual-screen creature. It's clearly someone's idea of the future of computing, but is it ready for prime time? Take a look for yourself.
Acer has announced that they're taking on its tablet competitors head-on, with an "entire family" of tablets—including a dual-screen concept. And a platform-neutral app and music store of its own. Updating live: