Conclusion: The overall user experience remains the same while using Honeycomb as any other dual-core 1GHz tablet, that is to say that it’s fairly quick. However, don’t expect smooth transitions and snappy playback like iPad 2. Most likely the optimizations brought in with the ICS 4.0 update will improve performance as well. It’s good to know that unlike some early generation Honeycomb tablets, the A100 will move forward with an impressive new update.
Excerpt: Steve Jobs doesn't like 7-inch tablets. Hardly surprising, given that Apple only has one tablet, and it's not 7-inches. But Pocket-lint likes all tablets, especially ones that give the people what they want: choice.
Pros: Sturdy, runs Honeycomb
Cons: Not all that cheap, odd screen, DLNA not good at all
Acer Iconia A100 review: An uninspiring 7in Honeycomb tablet
Good Gear Guide.au
10 July 2011
Summary: The Acer Iconia A100 aims to provide all the features and benefits of an Android tablet in a compact design focussing on portability. However, despite the Iconia A100's decent performance, it's ultimately crippled by a poor quality display, mediocre battery life and a chunky design. If you're looking for the ideal 7in Android tablet, the Acer Iconia A100 is not it. Keep looking.
Pros: Reasonably good performance, HDMI-out port, Charges quickly
Cons: Truly abysmal battery life, Poor quality display, Thick and heavy considering its size
Excerpt: Acer nous a gentiment fait parvenir un exemplaire de sa tablette baptisée Iconia Tab A100. Comme son nom l’indique elle fait partie de la Série A c'est-à-dire que celle-ci tourne sous Android contrairement à la série W qui fonctionne avec Windows. Pour faire simple on peut dire que les séries A se tournent vers un usage multimédia destiné au grand public. Ce que son nom ne dit pas c’est que celle-ci est au format 7 pouces c’est d’ailleurs sa caractéristique principale.