Comfortable to hold.
ICS 4.0 update coming soon.
High performance CPU and GPU.
Hardware screenlock switch.
Micro HDMI out.
Fast platform performance.
Decent build quality
Low battery life.
Small viewing angles.
No power charging over USB.
Small 1530mAh battery.
Lackluster photo image quality.
Shoots ugly looking 720p videos.
By uk.hardware.info on December 12, 2012
It's been a while since we published an overview of the current tablet market. With the holidays around the corner, we collected all of the tablets we've tested and that are still available, and created an overview of what's what. If you...-
By tbreak.ae on February 28, 2012
Acer’s Iconia Tab A500 was one of the first tablets we tested early last year, which came with the then brand new Honeycomb OS. And while the Tab’s 10.1-inch size was considerable, and the innards equally decent, its overall performance left...60
By Wired UK on December 13, 2011
The Acer Iconia A100 isn't a world-beater in terms of specs, but it offers a good range of features, decent performance and the latest version of Android Honeycomb for a very reasonable price. The obvious other model to consider is perhaps the...70
By Maximum PC on December 12, 2011
A slew of hardware makers that didn’t start out as online bookstores—including Acer, Samsung, and Toshiba—debuted 7-inch Android Honeycomb tablets just in time for Amazon’s Kindle Fire to steal their thunder. The apparent goal:...70
By CellPhoneQuick on December 07, 2011
As 7-inch tablets go, the Acer Iconia Tab A100 is one of the most feature-rich we’ve seen, with a full Honeycomb experience, HDMI-out, and expandable memory. If your preference is for 7-inch tabletsPRO:Small and compact Good e-reader Latest...-
By CoolSmartphone on November 28, 2011
We have recently received an Acer Iconia A100 and boy what a great device it is. So enough of the introduction, lets get down to the nitty gritty. Hardware The Acer Iconia has a 7″ Capacative screen, Android 3.2, Tegra 2 chipset, 8GB built in...-
By DigitalVersus on November 10, 2011
The Acer Iconia Tab A100 is easy to hold, small enough to take everywhere with you and fast enough to make using Android Honeycomb 3.2 a treat. You will, however, have to put up with very narrow viewing angles and below average battery life. If adding...60
By PC Advisor on October 26, 2011
The Iconia Tab A100 makes a very good case for Android Honeycomb on a 7in screen tablet. Performance and responsiveness are impressive, and we had no issues with accurate input despite the smaller screen and icons.We expected smaller also to equal...70
By Good Gear Guide on October 07, 2011
The Acer Iconia A100 aims to provide all the features and benefits of an Android tablet in a compact design focussing on portability. However, despite the Iconia A100's decent performance, it's ultimately crippled by a poor quality display,...50
By Android Central on October 07, 2011
Here's our long overdue look at the Acer Iconia a100, a 7-inch Android Honeycomb tablet. On one hand, it's a blessedly simple device. Take Honeycomb and the usual internals that we've come to know in Honeycomb devices, and scale it down.Acer...-