Acer Iconia Tab A110

Released October, 2012
  • 7"
  • 8 GB
  • WiFi 3G
  • Android 4.1
It's more of a system for organising apps than a real UI addition – you run an app that groups other apps.
by TechRadar (Aug, 2011)
6.6 Out of 10

TabletRocket Review Our evaluation of the Acer Iconia Tab A110


Processing power and speed

Iconia Tab A110
Nexus 7


3D and 2D graphics

Iconia Tab A110
Nexus 7
GLBenchmark 2.5 and GLBenchmark 2.7

Battery Life

How long will the battery last

Iconia Tab A110
Nexus 7
Battery life


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Iconia Tab A110
Nexus 7
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Performance, Graphics, Battery Life and Reviews

Iconia Tab A110
Nexus 7

Benchmarks Real world tests of the Acer Iconia Tab A110

passmark Processor performance including multiple coresData courtesy Passmark

Iconia Tab A110

AnTuTu Memory, processor, graphics and storage performance

Iconia Tab A110
Nexus 7

AnTuTu 3D 3D graphics performance

Iconia Tab A110
Nexus 7

GLBenchmark 2.7 3D graphics performance

Iconia Tab A110
1.3 fps
Nexus 7
12.5 fps
Archos 70
4 fps

GLBenchmark 2.5 3D graphics performance

Iconia Tab A110
4.7 fps
Nexus 7
39.8 fps
Iconia Tab A100
4.8 fps

Reviews Word on the street for the Acer Iconia Tab A110

Flip it over, and you'll find a 5-megapixel camera on the back with an integrated LED flash.

I'd wish for a sensor like the 41-megapixel shooter inside the Nokia 808 PureView, but no matter the prowess of the camera I can't imagine taking a lot of important pictures with a tablet.

The Acer Iconia Tab A100 isn't exactly rich in first-party apps made by Acer, or in third-party apps.


6.4 Out of 10

What People Are Saying Give it to me straight


The larger size of a 10-inch tab such as the Apple iPad 2 is a bit unwieldy for books, so in many ways the 7-inch screen of the Acer Iconia Tab A100 is more suited to book pages.
by TechRadar (Aug, 2011)
The Acer Iconia Tab A100's smaller screen size means the interface might be more cumbersome to use than that on a 10-inch tab.
by TechRadar (Aug, 2011)
A 1080p screen goes a long way, but it's not worth doubling the price tag.
by The Verge (Jun, 2012)


There are four customizable spaces, and as we've seen with this feature on phones it makes it easy to take a quick picture, or get into your music collection even faster.
by The Verge (Jun, 2012)
Still, apps launch quickly and the Honeycomb interface felt responsive.
by c|net (Sep, 2011)
For music, we tested the MusicA app included with the Acer Iconia Tab A100 and the Google Music app.
by TechRadar (Aug, 2011)

Operating System

We tested several apps made for smartphones, and the overall impression is that Android 3.2 doesn't really make much of a difference.
by TechRadar (Aug, 2011)
No tablet really enhances the Android experience all that much, but Samsung offers the most UI add-ons, which actually seem to work.
by TechRadar (Aug, 2011)
Sure, it's nothing more than an extra home screen system, and doesn't look that great, but at least we're not talking about plain vanilla Android here.
by TechRadar (Aug, 2011)

Operating system

There's rarely anything wrong with an Acer tablet, and everything from build quality to software is generally pretty solid – there's just nothing exciting or game-changing, no obvious reason to buy an Acer over another tablet.
by The Verge (Jun, 2012)
In some ways, the BlackBerry PlayBook is better in a technical sense – at least it does real multitasking – but it has too few apps.
by TechRadar (Aug, 2011)
From a purely aesthetic standpoint, Acer redesigned the standard Home, Back, and multitasking buttons — I don't mind the new icons as much as I just don't understand the need to change them.
by The Verge (Jun, 2012)


Meant to be used for video chatting or impromptu self-portraits, this camera uses a lower 2-megapixel sensor, but can still be used to record standard-definition video.
by c|net (Sep, 2011)
Fortunately, the 5MP camera does take good photos, and the smaller tablet is easier to grasp without shaking and position for a good shot.
by TechRadar (Aug, 2011)
If you're shooting from the hip, taking that extra second to habitually clean the lens could make or break a great photo.
by c|net (Sep, 2011)

Specifications Full list of technical specs


Size 7"
Technology TFT LCD
Resolution 1024 x 600
PPI 169 ppi


  1. 802.11n
  2. 802.11g
  3. 802.11b
Bluetooth Bluetooth v3.0
Supports 3G Yes


Cores Quad core
Clock speed 1.3 GHz


Has a GPS Yes
Has a compass Yes
Has an accelerometer Yes
Has a gyroscope Yes
Has a light sensor No


Internal storage 8 GB
RAM capacity 1 GB
Supported card formats microSD
Maximum capacity 128 GB

photo & video

Adobe flash support No
Webcam 2 MP
Rear camera None


USB support 1 Micro USB
Hdmi support 1 Unknown
Has a headphone jack Yes

form factor

Weight 390 g
Size 193 x 126.5 x 11.4 mm
Thickness 11.4 mm
Battery life 7.5 hour
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