Acer keeps on making its way into the hands of people by trying to release newer models with different characteristics of their up and coming Iconia tab series. The A100 made its debut not too long ago, and it seems to be a more economical version of its bigger brother. The tab sports a 7 inch screen as opposed to the 10.1 inch that its big brother has. It also carries a Tegra 2 processor, 1 GB or RAM, Honeycomb 3.2, and it comes in 8 GB and 16 GB versions, which is unusual to see in a tab. Other than that, the specs are pretty much up to par with other tabs of its kind. However, it is worth mentioning that there are not too many tabs at 7 inch that are loaded with 3.2, so this is a bit of a breakthrough in a market where the smaller sized tab race is headed by regular eBook readers.
Well, the tab is out there and its user base is building up rather quickly. So, if you know about this and would like to share your success/horror stories about the tab, or if you have something that you pulled from it and would like to share with the community, please step.
You can visit the Iconia A100 Tab forum right here.
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