Great entry-level price.
Based on Ice Cream Sandwich version of Android (4.0).
Great improvement over Acer's A500.
Decent front-facing camera.
Full-size USB port.
Great screen for the price.
No HDMI port.
Poor sound and video recording.
No rear camera.
Heavier and fatter than the iPad 3.
Screen can't compare to newer models.
Android tablet apps still lag behind Apple.
10.1 inches is a bit too big.
Screen could be brighter.
Does not charge over USB.
Other than ICS upgradability.
By DigitalVersus on April 18, 2012
The Acer Iconia Tab A200 is a good entry-level Android 4 tablet. It's not quite the multimedia whiz-kid that the Archos G9 is, but it has a much better quality screen, finish and battery life. If you're not looking to spend more than £350...80
By AsiaOne on April 16, 2012
If you’re looking for a value-for-money tablet that offers enough functions and firepower, Acer Iconia Tab A200 is worth considering....100
By NotebookCheck on April 11, 2012
The Acer Iconia Tab A200 is positioned among budget tablets available for starting at EUR 349 (RRP) with known components and a slimmed down configuration. The plastic case makes a good quality impression, the application performance of Nvidia's...84
By TechRadar on April 11, 2012
The biggest positive we can draw from the Acer Iconia Tab A200 is the price. Given that Apple has dropped the price of the iPad 2 , it's going to become harder for Android devices to compete on price, but regardless there are people who don't...70
By Computer Shopper on April 03, 2012
This entry-level slate runs the latest version of Android and performs well enough, but its subpar video recording, and the lack of an HDMI port or a rear camera, will turn some users off....70
By AsiaOne on March 29, 2012
To sum it up, with a much-improved brother around the corner, the A200's claim to fame would be it's status as one of the few mid-range Androids....60
By Digital Trends on March 22, 2012
We look forward to Acer's future tablets, but the A200 just isn't an impressive tablet in 2012 unless it is priced even more aggressively....75
By 3G UK on March 21, 2012
If you’re looking for a decent priced tablet that the whole family can use, you’d do worse than choose the Acer Iconia Tab A200. It’s a bit weighty and is missing a couple of features, like a rear-facing snapper, but it is a price...80
By Mobile Choice on March 20, 2012
If you’re after a well-priced tablet for the whole family to enjoy, the Acer Iconia Tab A200 is a worthy choice....80
By Engadget on March 15, 2012
Nearly three quarters of the tablet market may have tunnel vision when it comes to a platform of choice -- that being Apple's iPad -- but for the Android faithful, there are options readily available -- a wide and confusing glut, at that. Into this...-