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Acer is one of the more well-known brands to launch a double-digit Android tablet, which has reasonable specifications and appears to be a budget contender, but misses the mark on many key points.
The Tab 7 isn't just a silver surfer - you can make calls on it too. But does this functionality actually make sense?
Iconia One 7 is an affordable 7-inch slab, but do the vibrant colours cover an exciting tablet underneath?
Acer's latest device takes 8.1 steps closer to being the miniature Windows tablet you've been waiting for.
The Iconia A1, or to give it its full name, the A1-830 is a new version of Acer's budget Android tablet. But can it stand out in the cheap and cheerful end of the market?
If you like the sound of Tesco's Hudl, check out Acer's new B1 - it's superb for the money.
ComputexIs the world's smallest Windows 8 tablet enough to turn the iPad Mini and Nexus 7 into old junk?
A USB 2.0 slot adds some unique flexibility to an already impressive budget-priced Android 10.1-inch tablet, though there's no HDMI output or hi-res screen.