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Believe it or not, the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich upgrade for Acer Iconia Tab 500/501 was hinted back in November of last year, with January being set as the possible date. It wasn’t until May that a variant of the tab got the promised scoop of ice cream, but ICS on the A501 was still nowhere to be found. Fast forward to today, it appears the Android 4.0.3 OTA update is finally being rolled out by Acer.

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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…

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Although it has started selling in the US for more than a month, Acer’s special Olympic Edition of the Iconia Tab A510 hasn’t seen the light of day where it should be most expected, in the UK. London will be the host of the Summer Olympics starting in just over a couple of months, so it was only natural to expect Acer step things up for British sports/tech fanatics. Fortunately, we now have heard news about the tablet’s UK release on Carphone Warehouse. Unfortunately, that is still set for an unspecified date sometime in June. It’s true, June is just…

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It looks like the Acer Iconia Tab A510 and the A511 have been hit by a shipment delay. According to posts on Acer Germany’s Facebook page, the delay in delivery is due to a certain faulty component for the two tablets. While Acer didn’t specify when fresh batches of the Iconia Tab A510 and A511 will be shipped out, the company did mention that owners of the two tablets need not worry about the quality of the tablets that have already been sold, as they’re not affected by said faulty component. For US folks who want to try out Acer’s quad-core…

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If you’ve been hit by the Olympic bug and are on the lookout for an Olympic-themed tablet, look no further than the Acer Iconia Tab A510. After the tablet received its formal introduction last month, the Acer Iconia Tab A510 is now listed on Acer’s US website as available for purchase. What makes it worthy of your non-Monopoly money? The Acer Iconia Tab A510 is the company’s first quad-core Tegra 3 tablet in the US. To be more precise, you’ll find a 1.3GHz quad-core processor powering the device. Meanwhile, the 10-inch display and 1280 x 800 resolution are complemented by…

Acer Iconia Tab A510

The list of tablets featuring NVIDIA’s quad-core Tegra 3 processor is slowly but steadily extending and here’s another one joining this illustrious group. Acer announced that the Acer Iconia Tab A510 is available for pre-order starting today. The Acer Iconia Tab A510 was first introduced to us at CES, at the NVIDIA booth, to showcase NVIDIA’s Tegra 3 processor, but Acer had been relatively silent about this device. This 10.1-inch tablet features a 1280×800 vanilla LCD screen which, while not quite IPS, has a certain attraction to it. The first Acer tablet to feature Android 4.0 right out of the…

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We now have a few more details on the latest Acer tablet which the company recently teased us with back in CES 2012, the Iconia Tab A510. So now we have more than just the specs, we also have the target release date and price. The details we got about the tablet include it being operated on 1.3GHz quad-core by a NVIDIA Tegra 3 chip. The tablet also has a 10-inch 1280x800p display. But even though these make up for a different breed of Acer tablets, the highest point of the device is the 9800 mAh battery; which can produce…

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Back in CES 2012, Acer did not officially talk about their Iconia Tab A510. Even if it was already displayed at the Nvidia booth, there was not much information released on the Android 4.0, Tegra 3-powered tablet. Until today, many have been left in the dark about the Acer 510. During a pre-CeBIT event held in Germany, Acer went into details about their new 10.1-inch tablet. They even gave out a release date and price. The slated date for release will be on April and its price will be €500 (around $500 in the US). But now that the Iconia…