Summary: An attractive proposition. Just in time for the London Olympic Games, Acer releases a 10.1 inch tablet with modern hardware - the Iconia Tab A510. For EUR 399 (~$500) you get an Nvidia Tegra 3 SoC, 32 GB of internal memory and Google Android 4.0 ICS.
Pros: Design feels & looks good, Good build quality, Convincing display, Performance of the components, USB adapter included, Acceptable battery life, The good performance of the components, the feel of the case and the good screen characteristics.
Cons: Charging only by power supply, Only Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR, Useless software pre-installations, 12 months guarantee, Stereo speakers with bad quality, Case temperature, Energy consumption while idle, Better temperature values, lower power consumption in idle mode and shipment without any pre-insta...
Excerpt: Acer has built something of an empire hawking inexpensive wares, and its forays into the tablet market haven’t been much different. The Iconia Tab A510 looks strikingly similar to its predecessor, the Iconia Tab A500 .
Pros: Inexpensive, for a 10-inch tablet, Decent display
Cons: Thicker and heavier than the competition, Mediocre cameras, Awkward speaker placement can muffle the sound
Acer Iconia Tab A510 Review: 10.1 Inches Of Grade A Android Tablet
5 May 2012
Summary: After spending several days using the A510 full-time, I can honestly say that it offers one of the best tablet experiences that I've ever had. It's fast, fluid, feels great, has good battery life, and Acer didn't overload it with custom crapware.
[Head-To-Head] ASUS Transformer Prime Vs. Acer Iconia Tab A510
1 May 2012
Summary: I'm not going to call on overall winner here, because I don't think it's fair to name one "better" than the other. Much like with smartphones, the way each individual uses their tablet constitutes which one is the "best" one for them, and both of these tablets are absolutely fantastic devices.
Summary: For $449, the Iconia Tab A510 offers impressive performance and graphics power, a compelling suite of apps and nearly 8 hours of battery life. Unfortunately, the A510 is shoehorned between the 32GB ASUS Transformer Pad TF300 , which offers quad-core power for $50 less, and the 16GB new iPad , which...
Excerpt: If the Asus’ Transformer Prime seemed a little too expensive for your taste, don’t worry, you get another opportunity at owning a Tegra 3-powered tablet which comes with a more affordable price tag. Courtesy of Acer, we will see very soon on the market the new Iconia Tab A510.