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Acer Launches 7-inch Iconia Tab A110 Android Tablet to Compete Against iPad Mini, Kindle Fire HD

Despite stiff competition from Amazon, Google, and (probably) Apple, Acer hopes you'll consider its $230 mini-tablet.

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  • Farley Said:

    Even at discounted prices consumer needs to be aware that Acer is an inferior manufacturer and only in it to make a quick buck. I've owned an Acer A100 for over a 15 months period and approximately at the 13 and a half month period it stopped booting up and would not work altogether. Many others have had the same thing happen to them with this product. Simply type into your browser 'acer a100 problems' and see for yourself. There's got to be some inferior manufacturing flaw or product part deficiency from a acer's supply manufacturer that has caused these many product from just not working after the manufacturer warranty has expired, so my best advice to anybody who would purchase any of Acer’s product is to at least get extra warranty coverage for at least one more year past the manufacturer's warranty. It is very costly and heartbreaking to have paid top dollars for a product that only worked for one year. I would stay away from purchasing any Acer product altogether due to the uncertainty of quality control and manufacturing deficiency.

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