It’s been over three months since the Acer Iconia Tab A510 Olympic Edition tablet first fell into my lap, and all this time I’ve been using it with nothing but the default software. It took me quite a while to realize that I could actually type words out on it, and at first I used it only for reading e-books, watching movies, and playing music. Of course, now, I’ve already managed to do many other things as well, like play games, send e-mail, connect to other computers remotely, and other fun stuff. I figure now would be a good time to finally publish my full Iconia Tab A510 tablet review.
Initially, I had wanted to write the full review on the tablet itself, relying on nothing more than the on-screen virtual keyboard and the pre-installed copy of Polaris 3.5. Unfortunately, I could never finish it. It wasn’t because typing out stuff on the screen was hard. It just felt a lot easier to do with an actual hardware keyboard. That’s probably one of the few things that will always remain true for devices like the A510 and its ilk. Anyway, to find out more about this particular Android tablet from Acer, simply continue reading.
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