Summary: It's not an Ipad or a Samsung, but it gets the job done. We did have to send it back to Acer about 6 months after we bought it because the Hard Drive completely died, but Acer's customer support was great. Sent it back within a few weeks with all fixed.
Summary: it worked for a while. after so long the whole system became very slow and sluggish. had to do a factory reset, reinstall some apps, and it was fast again. the device doesnt support all apps which is dissapointing, but it never says what functionality exactly causes that issue.
Summary: Bought the product last month (July 2012) and just started using it. I preferred the Iconia over the Apple, Samsung and Asus tablets because of the extra ports: mini-USB, USB, micro-HDMI, and the micro-SD storage slot.
Summary: It's a bit heavy and solid...very good qualities actually as it doesn't feel like a cheap toy in your hands. My Acer was dropped onto concrete from about 2 feet and survived like a champ. Good UI and solid performance.
Summary: Last summer I tried the Asus Transformer, the Acer a500, and the Samsung galaxy tab 10.1. After playing with all three I settled on the Acer. I will give you the down side to this product first, it is heavier than the others. Thats it.
Summary: I got this tablet a couple weeks ago and I've used it every day since. I did as much research as I could before picking which one to get and this one seemed easily one of the best deals for the money. Especially since I got the refurbished version and saved $200 over new.