Acer Iconia Tab A701

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Operating System Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich)
Dimension (in) 6.9 x .43 x 10.2
Weight (lb) 1.47
Screen (in) 10.1
Resolution (px) 1920 x 1200
Touchscreen LCD Capacitive
Other

Bluetooth v.2.1, Wi-Fi connectivity; Front- and rear-facing cameras; MicroUSB port, MicroSD; Accelerometer

Battery Life 12 hrs



The Acer Iconia Tab A701 is the same as the A700, but with carrier data connectivity. It sports the same Tegra 3 processor, Android 4.0 and 1920x1200p display.


At 1.47 pounds and 0.43 inches thick, it's not the lightest or thinnest option around, though Acer isn't exactly known for churning out ultra-slim tablets (the 0.43-inch-thick A510 and the 0.49-inch A200 stand as evidence). Still, the A700 feels great in our hands, and that extra bit of thickness lends the device a solid, reassuring grip. 


Benchmark tests put the A700 a bit behind the best of the bunch of Android devices, and in real-world use, the tablet has noticeable stuttering and lag. Apps seems to open quickly enough, but when navigating the user interface, there are noticeable lags and delays that contribute to a feeling of frustration while using the tablet.


A good full HD screen and an excellent pair of speakers make the A700 a media tablet par excellence. There is also more of an improvement over the A510 in other areas than Acer’s spec list suggests, which, combined with a reasonable ticket price, makes the Iconia Tab A700 a very solid purchase.

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