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Battle of the 7 Inch Tablets – Nook Tablet vs. Kindle Fire vs. Acer Iconia A100 vs. Nook Color

There’s a great selection of low priced 7-inch Android tablets on the market right now, so I put together a little table comparing what I consider to be the four best 7-inch tablets under $250. Below you’ll find a specification comparison of the Acer Iconia A100, the Amazon Kindle Fire, the Barnes & Noble Nook […]

Acer Iconia A100 vs Nook Color: Final Thoughts

After playing around with the two units for close to a week, I decided to return the Iconia A100. There were a few reasons for sticking with the Nook Color. During a few battery tests, I found the Nook Color to last much longer. After a period of moderate use and some time sitting with […]

Acer Iconia A100 vs Nook Color: Initial Thoughts

Here’s what I’ve found so far in my day or so with the Acer Iconia A100: -While the displays are fairly similar resolution and pixel density-wise, the screen responsiveness of the A100 is much better. -The speakers on the A100 blow the Nook Color away. When watching videos on the NC, I would often have […]

Acer Iconia A100 vs. Nook Color – 7 inch Android Tablets

Check out my brief video comparison between the new Acer Iconia A100 and the Nook Color. The Iconia A100 is running Honeycomb while the Nook Color is running the CyanogenMod 7 version of Gingerbread. Let me know if there’s anything specific you would like to see compared between the two.