Planning on purchasing an Acer Iconia Tab A510 any time soon? You might want to put those plans on hold: Acer's German Facebook page has announced that the tablets that Acer has on hand are defective due to a faulty component.
Like high-powered smartphones themselves, Android tablets are on the cusp of a considerable leap forward. A big part of that will be resolution, and Acer hopes to be leading the pack with the Iconia Tab A700. The latest in the
Well look at that - on the same day that Acer's nailed down a date for updating its older tablets to Ice Cream Sandwich, it's also started selling the new Iconia Tab A510. This revision of the A500 model includes a Tegra 3
Acer has outed its first quadcore Ice Cream Sandwich tablet, the Acer Iconia Tab A510, a 10.1-inch slate running Android 4.0 on NVIDIA's Tegra 3 chipset. The A510 has a 1280 x 800 10-point touchscreen with 85-degree viewing
It's that time of the quadannual cycle again. With the 2012 Summer Olympics in London getting closer and closer, the endorsements and marketing are going to start ramping up any day now. Acer seems to be getting an early start:
The Acer Iconia Tab A510, previously only seen to debut in Europe, has been approved by the FCC and could see North American store shelves soon. The device itself won't skip a beat, as the A510 is amped up with NVIDIA's Tegra 3
Acer is all set to release their next venture into the Android tablet market with the Iconia Tab A510. We've seen countless rumors of the new NVIDIA Tegra 3 tablet and after unveiling it back in January we are now hearing it will
Acer officially unveiled its latest member of the Iconia Tab family today, the A510. As the name implies, it's an upgraded version of the original A500, though the upgrade is considerable if you've been feeling the need for