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 […]
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 […]
Just uploaded a quick video running through a few sites with the stock browsers for the Acer Iconia A100 and the Nook Color. Not too much difference between the two, but I’ll give the A100 a slight victory.
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 […]
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.