05-08-2012, 09:29 AM #1
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Acer Iconia A510 Review: A Quad-Core Powerhouse Discussion
It's been just over two years since Apple introduced its first iPad. Initially, there were numerous jokes about the name, and serious concerns about the viability of the device's form factor. But now, it;s estimated that at the end of 2011, more than 67 million iPads have been sold. That's no laughing matter unless you're Apple, who's been chuckling all the way to the bank. And when a class of device is an overwhelming success, you can bet that other vendors are going to want a piece of the pie.
So there's no way that Acer wasn't going to offer a tablet. In fact, the Iconia A510 I looked at is Acer's fourth offering in the US market, following the original Iconia A500, the A200, and the 7-inch A100. With an affordable price, the latest CPU, and the newest Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich operating system, the Iconia A510 is going to appeal to a wide market that doesn't want the new iPad, and isn't satisfied with the new low-end Kindle Fire or Barnes & Noble Nook.
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