Acer Iconia Tab A110 coming to Canada October 30th: 7-inch tablet, quad-core, runs Jelly Bean


  • Art Vandelay

    Low screen res + crappy UI overlay = pass

    • Re-surface

      At a resolution of 1024 x 600 that table will sell well at $149!
      Any dollar over that amount makes it compete with better tablets in the $200-250 range.

  • Dylan K

    If the picture is correct that’s either an ugly widget or a heavily skinned OS. I hope it’s not the latter.

  • Calgary

    No Nexus = No Deal. Only Nexus devices get fast updates.
    Besides, the screen resolution is horrible.

  • mrmarquis

    We should get one free for signing a three year contract with the cellular companies.

  • Brett

    Looks like a heavily skinned Version of Jelly bean..

    It might not be as bad as everyone thinks but I’m still siding with the nexus.

    It seems the trade offs start with a lower res screen with 8GB internally but with an expandable SD storage. since alot of people complain about that this could help sway decisions.

  • Mr. Miyagi

    Why would anyone get this over a Nexus 7??

    • Crocography

      Why, simple, HDMI out! This is the only reason I will not buy a Nexus 7.

  • Kevin

    I like the expandable memory slot and HDMI out – lacking on Nexus. Nexus just released a 32GB version – wonder why.

  • Mike

    Hmm, Nexus without expandable storage & HDMI, or Acer with. I wish they would stop torturing me with these decisions.

  • ricky

    the screen resolution isnt that bad. It’s a tablet, you wont be holding it 2 inches from your face. at just under 170 ppi it actually a denser pixel quality than a lot of 10.1 inch tablets such as the note 10.1 and the Tab2 10.1. I do not find those bad at all. Spec wars does not always translate to a meaningful user experience upgrade. Besides, a higher resolution means slower performance. Ill take quick performance over a uselessly high resolution anyday. Keep in mind that a 52″ 1080p hd tv has a ppi number around 42……. just for some perspective.

  • Melted

    Ricky, agree with you 100%.

  • shinru

    I have the a100, fool me once, shame on you, fool me… Fool me once you can’t fool me again! The screen on the a100 was a joke, bad viewing angles and all that jazz. It’s turned me so far away that I won’t deal with acer tabs.

  • chris c.

    I also agree with ricky. I got a 59-inch 1080p television and when I stand/sit far away from it, the screen looks quite gorgeous and dazzling. But when I go near it at about an arm’s length I can clearly distinguish the individual pixels on the screen! And my vision is not very good by any means…

  • deli

    looks good. Love the microSD option. It was a deal-breaker for my on the Nexus. Cloud storage is ridiculous unless you have LTE. Wifi is only good when you have a super fast connection. Most public wifi has crap speeds.

  • roman

    So it’s more expensive, has a worse screen, skinned Android, future updates are uncertain, and features Acer’s legendary build quality.

  • C R TOsley

    So Many New Tables for the Holidays – Another Company, Ainol Electronics – also just launched a new line of tablets, including the Novo 7 Flame – priced at $189 at a web site called TabletSprint – a 7″ 16GB tablet with more quality features than the $249 Nexus 7 & this new Acer – the Flame has a 1280×800 high resolution screen, Micro-SD, HDMI, 2 quality cameras and more… Next month Ainol Electronics launch the “World’s 1st” $99 Dual Core “Performance” tablet — If you’re not familar with Ainol – the company won runner-up in CNET/Consumer Electronics Show 2012 “Best Tablet of the Year” Award — And will also have two new Hi-Res 10 Inch tablets coming out soon, one a Dual Core at $219 and the other a Quad Core with a 1920×1200 Liquid Crystal display (like Apple’s Retina screen) for around $275 –WOW- the only site that seems to offer them right now is TabletSprint —