The Acer Iconia Tab A500 is now available, and Engadget has a review up. The review pretty much confirms what I said about the thing yesterday, that it’s just another Honeycomb tablet so ridiculously generic that if the logo ever falls off you won’t be able to see who made it. Highlights (if you can call negative aspects that) of the review include a weak battery life and a poor camera (which is standard on all tablets it seems), and the review concludes that there isn’t really any reason to buy this over the EEE Pad Transformer which is cheaper and more capable while otherwise being the same. Now if you’ll excuse me, I have to film myself having a narcoleptic attack in preparation of the next article I have to write about these identical Honeycomb tablets.
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