The Acer Iconia Tab A200 is one of three latest pills from Acer this year, and the runt of the cover.
Acer is obviously throwing the A200 at household members and first-time product customers. The Acer Iconia Tab A200 would wear its family-friendly personality on its sleeve, with a helpful rounded rectangular shape type aspect and a smooth, rubber-coated returning that tells us more than a little of the BlackBerry PlayBook.
It is available in two colours; the conventional Titanium Greyish and the much-better-looking-in-our-opinion Metal Red.
As ever with funds pills, there are some sides being cut. That is no different with the Acer Iconia Tab A200, and the eagle-eyed among you will have mentioned the deficit of a rear-facing photographic camera contact in our images.
Acer has removed out the photographic camera, as well as other functions such as HDMI connection, to keep the expenditures down.
However, it has kept both a full-sized USB slot and small USB and the choice to grow the 8GB of storage space with a MicroSD greeting cards. In the US, 16GB editions are also available.
Also, the Acer Iconia Tab A200 is not exactly what you had contact lithe. At a big 12mm wide, it is a big change from the 8.8mm iPad 2 or the 7.7mm New laptop AT200.
The Acer Iconia Tab A200 also is 715g, which is bulkier than both the New samsung Universe Tab 10.1 (565g) and the iPad 2 (601g) - and the change is apparent. This seems strong, but not obviously a product that you could just information up and use.