Acer Tablet Review Written on December 10, 2011, by .

A Review for the Acer TabletAcer has been known by most people because of its laptops and notebooks. Most people have chosen this laptop computer producer because they are priced reasonably are designed in a great way. With the increase on the number of companies releasing highly designed PC tablets, such company had also decided to create its own Acer tablet and at the moment there are three creations and models of the Acer tablet. But this article review will be focusing on two siblings that are both highly popular in the market right now and are getting purchased by those who are into gadgets.

First on the list is the Acer Iconia Tab A100 which is considered the first Android tablet that measures seven inches running on Honeycomb yet offered at very low prices. The advantages of acquiring this Acer tablet include being created in smaller designs, uses Android Honeycomb, a good software bundle, an ideal home button and a Dolby mobile audio. But it also has its disadvantages like a mediocre camera and an average battery life. Despite the disadvantages, the performance of this tablet is still amazing. It is furnished with a processor known as the Nvidia Tegra 2 and a RAM with 1GB. Due to this, the windows respond and open as quickly as possible and the screen turns around smoothly. Also, the system is highly recommended for gamers since the playing games in this tablet can be really perfect. The A100 Tab provides an internal capacity storage of either 8 GB or 16 GB which solely depend on what the customer chooses to purchase. Once a tablet user decides to have an additional memory, he can use to up to 36 GB SD card. The price depends on what version will be bought. The 16 GB A100 tablet is priced at $349 while the 8 GB A100 tablet usually sells at $329. So for a customer who has a tight budget in purchasing a tablet, the Acer Iconia Tab A100 may be a great and reasonable choice.

The next Acer tablet on the list is the Acer Iconia Tab A500, the larger sibling of the A100 and the largest of the three tablets that Acer had created. The pros of pursuing this tablet are that it contains helpful custom software, has a USB port and includes a particular slot for a micro SD card. While cons include the fact that it is heavier and bulkier since it has a 10.1 inch display screen, the touch screen can somehow bother some of the displays and lastly, this Acer tablet may experience some hardware constraints. The Acer Iconia Tab A500 can be bought at $450. siblings that are both highly popular in the market right now and are getting purchased by those who are into gadgets.

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