Google officially announced the new Nexus 7 today. It has amazing specs, but we wanted to know how it did against the current competition.
As the holiday season kicks off, so do a whole lot of Christmas sales. Walmart Canada has kicked off their holiday sales by offering up the Acer Iconia Tab A110 for a price that finally makes it competitive with the Nexus 7 and Kindle Fire HD.
The Acer Iconia Tab A110 is the first true contender for the Google Nexus 7 in the budget Android tablet market. Join us as we find out who wins!
Perfect as the Nexus 7 is for some, those who long for a slate that has a microSD slot and a micro HDMI port have no choice but to look elsewhere. If you don’t want to spend more than $250 on your next 7-inch tablet purchase, the Acer Iconia Tab A110 is a worthy candidate.
Despite a few previous introductions, Acer has come forward with a release date and price for the Iconia Tab A110 tablet. And in some good news for anyone that happens to be interested, the tablet will be available later this month.
Despite having what looked like a winner on its hands, Acer didn’t make a huge effort in advertising the 7-inch Iconia Tab A110 tablet. Still, the “Nexus 7 killer” looked quite enticing to those who heard about it, especially after Acer officially announced that it would be coming with Jelly Bean on board.
Acer is looking to join the crowded and competitive 7-inch Android tablet party, with one juicy gadget we craved for ever since Computex in June. The Iconia Tab A110 is the name of this new slate, and, just when we thought we knew everything about it, Acer dropped the bomb: it will come with Jelly Bean on board.
The Google Nexus 7 tablet might be hotter than hot right now, but Acer has an ace up its sleeve. A rumor has surfaced online regarding the Acer Iconia Tab’s A110′s release date and pricing. Check it out after the break.
With Android 4.1 Jelly Bean out for a while now, it’s only natural to expect the market’s major players to announce their upgrading plans. And while the first such signals have been quite shy, with only HTC and Asus making their voices heard, the past week or so has been much more spirited. Sony let us down by announcing that 2011 Xperia phones won’t be getting JB, while Toshiba and surprisingly Intel raised our spirits by making opposite announcements. Samsung is yet to unveil its Android 4.1 plans, but rumors state that their JB upgrades for the Galaxy S3 and…
Amazon’s Kindle Fire broke every tablet price barrier we knew last year, when it hit the market, and many technology enthusiasts at that time predicted the advent of affordable and reliable Android-based slates. Unfortunately, that didn’t happen and we’re still waiting for Amazon to come up with their second-gen Kindle Fires and for Google to out that much awaited Nexus Tablet. Before seeing these, however, you should take a look at Acer’s new Iconia Tab A110 7-incher, a gadget that looks almost too good for its price. Unveiled at Computex Taipei without much glitter, the A110 is a redesigned and…