Although the Google Nexus 7 has been a real success in sales and everyone has spoken well of it, there is a fault that we have all emphasized: internal memory. And, although 16 GB seem more than enough, in some cases it can be scarce, even more if we take into account that it does not have 3G connection and, therefore, most of the content we want to enjoy must be stored in memory internal
Precisely from mistakes you learn, even if they are committed by others. This has just been exemplified by Acer with its new Iconia A110, a low-cost tablet but with great power inside and, more importantly, a microSD card slot.
Acer Iconia A110: adjusted price, unlimited power
This Iconia A110 we could say that it is a copy of the Nexus 7 since the hardware is almost the same. To start the processor, which is a Nvidia Tegra 3 at 1.5 GHz 4-core offers incredible processing capacity, especially when accompanied by 1 GB of RAM.
On the screen if we found some differences with the Nexus 7, although they are 7 inches. To start the resolution is slightly lower, going from 1280 × 800 of the Nexus7 to 1024 x 600 of this Iconia A110. Also, this Iconia A110 does not incorporate IPS technology or Gorilla Glass, something that the Nexus 7 does.
But nevertheless, add details like the HDMI output (through a dedicated port) and the microSD card slot, something that the Nexus 7 did not incorporate and has been criticized.
In the connectivity section we find many similarities between both tablets. Both incorporate Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, GPS, microUSB… etc. However, the Iconia A110 does not incorporate NFC, unlike the Nexus 7.
The Android version is 4.1 Jelly Bean, like the Nexus 7. However, the Google tablet has direct support from Google so, although both come with the latest version, the Nexus 7 will always receive updates before and will be better optimized.
This Iconia A110 it will be sold only in 8 GB Wi-Fi version for about $ 229, a figure slightly higher than Google's Nexus 7. Now we have to consider the differences between one and the other to opt for one. I have it clear, I keep the Nexus 7 And you? Which one do you prefer?
Via | Android Central