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|Operating System||Android 3.0 (Honeycomb)|
|Dimension (in)||10.2 x .48 x 6.9|
USB & mini-USB input ports, MicroSD slot
|Battery Life||8 hrs|
The main selling points of the budget-priced Acer Iconia Tab A200? That’s easy: Cost and operating system. The former translates to price tags as low as $210, making the A200 perhaps the single most inexpensive Android 4.0 tablet available on the market.
In terms of specs, perhaps the biggest corner cut is the memory available on WiFi-only versions: With a maximum of just 16GB available in the Iconia A200, this tablet falls well behind the standard offerings in the Apple iPad, Asus Transformer Prime, Samsung Galaxy 10.1 and many high-end models. In addition, the A200 is no space-saver, measuring in at a big 10.2” x 6.9” x 0.5” (25.9cm x 17.5cm x 1.3cm) and weighing a quite-heavy 1.54 pounds (0.7 kg).