Cnet: The Acer Iconia Tab W500 works in several potentially good ideas, undone by half-baked physical design that makes it needlessly frustrating to use.
Engadget - We knew Acer had some new tablets in the pipeline -- heck, we got our hands on them at Computex last month -- but the company still hasn't officially announced the Iconia Tabs A210 and A110. Still, following in the footsteps of the 10-inch A210, which hit the FCC earlier this month, the Tab A110 just cleared that all-important obstacle for hitting the US market.
AppSplit: "Acer has officially announced the plans for updating their whole line-up of Iconia Tabs to Ice Cream Sandwich. Today, Acer has released a press release which clearly states that All Acer Iconia Tabs will be receiving ICS very soon."
"On Monday, AT&T announced that it will offer the Acer Iconia Tab, Android Honeycomb tablet on September 18th, 2011. The device is a beauty to look at, and even though it is bigger than the iPad 2 and Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1, we doubt many consumers would be turned off by that."