Conclusion: The A700 is available in two color options, matte black and silver, at an attractive price of $450. The price makes the tablet extremely desirable. It promises solid performance with acceptable battery back-up time.
Conclusion: This tablet will cost you $449.99 at any of a variety of outlets, this ringing in just at or below the rest of the market offering similar solutions. You've got the most advanced options in an Android tablet included here, and Acer's unique vision for Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich will not leave...
Summary: Fresh out of the oven. Tablets with 10.1-inch display, NVIDIA Tegra 3 and Android 4 (aka Ice Cream Sandwich) are almost a dime a dozen now. Can Acer's Iconia A700 Tablet stand out from the crowd?
Pros: Good workmanship, High resolution display, Great image quality, Smart and usefull features, Adequate performance, Very good speakers, Fair price, We were pleasantly suprised by the quality of the speakers on the tablet, which enhanced the experience of watching movies. The picture quality was als...
Cons: Quite heavy and thick, Not particullay rigid, Low luminosity display, Highly reflective glass, The display needs a higher brightness and the glass needs to be less reflective. This would greatly increase the tablet's mobility.
Excerpt: The Iconia Tab A700 is Acer's latest update to its Android tablet line-up. Featuring Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and a quad-core processor, the A700's claim to fame is its new 1920 x 1200 pixel, full HD display.
Conclusion: Like the A510 and A200 before it, Acer has built another solid tablet, but only for those willing to sacrifice a bit on style, weight, and size. It runs Android 4.0 and has good processing power, but it’s heavier and bulkier than what we’re now seeing from most manufacturers and the interface feels...
Pros: Has a rear camera, full-size USB port, microSD support, Runs Android 4.0, Fast quad-core processor
Cons: Overheating issues, Interface feels laggy at times, No full USB port, Heavier and fatter than the iPad 3, Android tablet apps lag behind iPad, 10.1 inches is a bit too big
Acer Iconia Tab A700 Review: This Is What Meh Looks Like In 1080p
1 July 2012
Excerpt: the Toshiba Excite 7.7 and declaring the 7(ish)-inch form factor my favorite, it was an incredibly difficult task picking up the A700 and giving it a pure, objective review. It feels clunky, cumbersome, and heavy-as-heck in comparison to the Excite 7.7.
Summary: The Iconia Tab A700's display isn't in the same class as the iPad, but it's certainly among the best Android tablet screens yet to hit the market. Paired with otherwise solid performance and a decent-if-boring design, there's a lot to like about Acer's latest tablet.
Pros: Excellent display, Solid performance, Software tweaks are actually useful
Cons: Drab design, Poor cameras, Not enough tablet apps available