Acer Iconia Tab A100 Tablet

Acer Iconia Tab A100 Tablet

Summary: First 7-inch Honeycomb tablet in North America.

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  • Acer is clear the A100 is primarily to be used in portrait, although it works fine in all four orientations. Even the packaging shows the tablet used in portrait.

    See the full review by James Kendrick at ZDNet Mobile News.

  • Acer has retained a stock Honeycomb UI including the home screen.

  • The 7-inch form factor is used comfortably in landscape as shown, or portrait. All 4 orientations are supported. The screen auto-rotates when the device is rotated.

Topics: Laptops, Hardware, Mobility, Tablets

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  • RE: Acer Iconia Tab A100 Tablet

    Looks nice, but I may hold onto my Samsung NP-1Q UMPC running XP Tablet Edition just a bit longer. What about Apple's now infamous tablet patent? If it sells well it might end up squashed by a narrow minded judge.
    jilindi@...
    • RE: Acer Iconia Tab A100 Tablet

      @jilindi@... Would that be the '75 or the '78 version? Know where I can acquire a copy (XpTab)? Someone is finagling a hacked copy to run on a Kohjinsha SH8!
      dlmohn