Acer Iconia Smart Delayed Till July Amid Japan Earthquake Aftermath

Have you heard of the new Acer Android smartphone? Nay? It's called the Acer Iconia Smart, and it's basically a phantom. Last time we heard from it, we were at Mobile World Congress 2011 and our good man Chris Davies was on the case. At that time it appeared that the phone would indeed be released by May 2011 (that's what time it is now,) but newest news says that a delay is occurring because Acer needs parts from Japanese factories that just aren't in commission at the moment.

Acer Android / Intel Tablet Waiting in the Wings

Remember that one time when we had an awesome tablet by the name of Acer Iconia Tab A500 and we totally reviewed it FTW? That fancy bunch over at DigiTimes have done it again with their loose-lipped partners and have revealed the next step AFTER the A500, namely an Oak Trail device, and that means Intel! This tablet will supposedly run Android 3.0 (pointing toward the notion that Android 3.1 wont be rolling out to everyone as fast as predicted,) and that it'll be a 10-inch tablet retail released in July.

Honeycomb 3.1 Update Coming to ASUS and Acer Tablets Next Month

When Google announced the update to Honeycomb at Google IO last week, the only device given a timeframe to receive the update was the Motorola Xoom. Now Acer's Iconia Tab A500 and ASUS's Eee Pad Transformer have been added to that list. Both manufacturers have promised the 3.1 upgrade will be coming to their Honeycomb tablets sometime in June.

Acers Iconia Tab A100 misses May 14 launch, now delayed until 2H 2011

Earlier this month we were tipped that the Acer Iconia Tab A100 tablet would be launching on May 14. The tablet sounds pretty good to use and we have been looking forward to it. Sadly, the tablet has now been postponed with the 14th coming and going with no A100 launch. The table has been postponed and it will be later in 2011 before it comes to stores and you can buy it. The tablet now has a 2H 2011 expected launch date.

Acer Iconia Tab A100 and A101 to launch May 14

We have talked a lot about the new Acer tablets that are coming to stores. The new tablets include the Iconia A100 and A101 tablets and both are Android 3.0 tablets. The A100 and A101 tablets are the same with the difference being the 101 has a 3G modem, and the 100 is a WiFi only tablet. The screen is a 7-inch unit with a resolution of 1024 x 600, and both use capacitive touch technology.

Acer Iconia Tab A500 deal at Best Buy

Best Buy is featuring the Acer Iconia Tab A500 in their weekly sales circular and at a pretty good price, too. The Android 3.0 Honeycomb tablet is on sale for just under $450, cheaper than Motorola's XOOM, which is selling for around $600, WiFi only. It's also available now at that price, while the slightly cheaper EeePad Transformer (at $400) won't be out for another few weeks. And with our earlier report that users can root the Iconia (with a step by step guide included), the time is ripe to ask the question ... why wait?

ACER Iconia Tab A500 Review

Welcome to the next big fat item on our list of the Honeycomb wave. This is the ACER Iconia Tab A500 Android 3.0 Honeycomb tablet. Inside you'll find what's basically an untouched version of Google's tablet-optimized mobile operating system with a few apps added and a couple of generally alright cameras in play for a oddly shaped package of mixed conclusions indeed. With this tablet, Acer hopes to cut holes in the tablet market. Will they have the guts to trick it out? Find out, here and now!

Acer ICONIA Tab A500 Hands-On and Unboxing

Take a look at what we've got here! It's a brand-spanking-new Acer ICONIA TAB A500 in all its metal glory! If you'll remember a few weeks ago, we got to see this tablets very close relative the Acer Picasso tablet - look familiar? Back there it was a full-on physical experience since the software wasn't looking too hot - now we've got the full real deal and it's ready to roll. Android 3.0 Honeycomb on a 10.1" Acer tablet with HDMI, a microSD card slot that's active, and dual-wielding cameras.