Acer Iconia Tab A510
Tegra 3 processor.
Android 4.0 (ICS) preinstalled.
USB host with cable included.
Long battery life.
Ring interface offers helpful shortcuts.
Good Dolby audio.
Sturdy build and a grip-y texture on its backside.
No dedicated USB port.
Tabet gets warm when gaming.
Lots of price competition.
Sometimes a bit unresponsive.
Android still lacks tablet-oriented apps.
A bit bulky.
Awkward front camera placement.
Gets hot when charging.
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 CoolSmartphone on December 07, 2012
I’ve had the Iconia A510 a few weeks now and I’ve used it pretty extensively. Mainly because I took it on holiday with me at the end of November. Now it’s time to bring you the full review. Nut first the good and bad points of the...-
By CoolSmartphone on November 26, 2012
The 10″ Android tablet market just got dumped on its head recently. As with the other current Nexus devices Google are offering them direct to customers rather cheaply. This move makes selling a tablet difficult as the other OEMs have to cut...-
By Know Your Mobile on October 05, 2012
Arguably the biggest selling point of the A510 - apart from its appealing but now outdated Olympic connection - is its Tegra 3 chipset. This allows it to offer world-beating performance when it comes to watching HD video, playing 3D games and surfing...100
By APC Magazine on August 17, 2012
The Tegra 3 platform that Acer's latest Android tablet is based on is stellar -- not only because of its blazing-fast performance, but also because of its battery life. The Iconia Tab A510, with its 32GB storage and Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich)...70
By theregister.co.uk on August 06, 2012
A 32GB A510 will set you back £130 more than a 16GB Nexus 7. For the extra you get a larger screen, twice the storage, an expansion slot, an HDMI port and that handy USB adapter. On the downside the screen isn’t as good as the latest AMOLED...80
By itproportal.com on July 25, 2012
The Iconia A510 might have Olympic branding, but it’s not an out-and-out champion. The design is unexciting, the screen is average and it lacks the premium look and feel of the leading Android models or the iPad 3. However, factor in the long...80
By NotebookCheck on July 06, 2012
The Acer Iconia Tab A510 leaves a largely favorable impression. Thanks to the latest Nvidia Tegra SoC 3 and 1 GB of RAM nothing remains to be desired for the performance. The new design was adapted to the current line and also the build quality and...84
By Techworld on June 28, 2012
The Acer Iconia Tab A510 Olympic Edition won't be winning any Gold medals in our tablets chart. Its battery life is strong, and up there with the iPad, but once the games have finished there's little else here for us to recommend it over other...-
By ZDNet UK on June 27, 2012
The Acer Iconia Tab A510 isn't the best-built tablet currently available, nor is it the slimmest or the most attractive. Its screen can be bettered, and the main camera isn't great. On the plus side, the quad-core processor speeds things along,...82