Acer Iconia Tab A700

Acer Iconia Tab A700 Review

Acer's Iconia Tab A700 is the newest slate to hit the streets, and it comes complete with some top tier specs to keep everyone happy. This here is their new flagship tablet with NVIDIA's Tegra 3 quad-core processor and a 1920 x 1200 resolution 1080p HD IPS screen and more. Is the low price of $449 for this powerful tablet enough to put it over the edge and into the limelight? Find out below!

Acer Iconia Tab A700 gets official, priced in Europe

2012's crop of high-end tablets is shaping up to be nothing short of mind-blowing, and Acer is keeping pace with its competitors thanks to the Iconia Tab A700. After teasing it at CES 2012, the tablet is now official after being unveiled in a press event in Hamburg. The Tegra 3-powered 1080p Ice Cream Sandwich tablet is the equal to just about anything we've seen thus far, but one thing concerns us is the price: how will Acer keep its reputation as a low-cost manufacturer while cramming in suck high-end parts? Apparently that concern is justified. According to German site Tablet Test, the A700 base model will have a price tag of €549, about $720 in United States dollars.

Acer Iconia Tab A700 sends photos from Russia with love

Just yesterday Acer chief Stan Shih teased us with talk of some premium hardware for 2012, and one of the best examples is the rumored Iconia Tab A700. The flagship device has only been spotted in a couple of documents so far, but the rumored specs are enough to make us want a look at it something bad. Russian tech site NoMobile.ru beat us to the punch and managed to grab a few photos of the new tablet, which you'll definitely want to check out below.

Acer cuts back for 2012, focuses on high-end phones and tablets

Acer hasn't done well in the Android world this year. Their hardware is solid enough, and their no-nonsense approach to software is refreshing, but they've been beaten pretty soundly by the likes of Samsung, HTC and Asus at just about every junction. They're not shy about admitting it, either: To clarify the company's ongoing position, founder Stan Shih told DigiTimes that it wouldn't be going anywhere in 2012. He likened the rocky road it's faced in the mobile spectrum so far to its early years in the laptop market, where it currently holds a commanding position.