Acer launches 7-inch Honeycomb tablet, Iconia Tab A100

By Matthew
Aug 12, 2011
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  1. Acer's tablet arsenal has grown one device stronger today with the arrival of its Iconia Tab A100, purportedly the first 7-inch Android 3.2 Honeycomb slate to wash up on North…

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  2. Trillionsin

    Trillionsin TechSpot Addict Posts: 1,044   +37

    Oh yay... a cheaper Acer tablet. I may prefer the downgrade in size to save a few bucks... I mean, when I finally decide to spend $300 - $500 on one of these devices... I have a couple laptops, might as well sell one. Any takers?
  3. It's about time more manufacturers are actually thinking "portable". Most of the tablets on the market are just too large to easily carry around. I want something that I can stick in my car's glove compartment, center console, etc., even in my pocket. Smartphones are too small for most web surfing, typing, reading, etc. Try using an iPad, Samsung Galaxy 10.1" Tab and others in that size range, without being so obvious in a crowd. I think something in the size range of 7"-8" range would be a lot more practical. Otherwise, why not just use a netbook? Also, I'd like to see a replaceable battery!


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