Acer ICONIA TAB A200 unboxing and hands-on
0. phoneArena 17 Jan 2012, 21:16 posted on
After getting situated with the tablet, we have to admit that Acer has done a nice job in improving the design and build quality of the ICONIA TAB A200 over the previous A500 model. First and foremost, it doesn’t feel cheap at all, thanks to the rubbery finish...
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2. centurionx (Posts: 1; Member since: 19 Jan 2012)
For your upcoming full review of the device, since the A200 does not have an HDMI-out port, I would like to ask you to check if it will work with a micro-USB to HDMI (or micro-USB to VGA) adapter, as used with android phones which do not have an HDMI port.
Looking forward for the full review!
3. firemark (Posts: 1; Member since: 01 Feb 2012)
So, WHEN is this actually going to show up in stores for purchase?
Also, I don't really understand the issue with a camera. I have a 4G android phone with one so I think that's enough, especially considering this is a WiFi device. Frankly the photos on such cameras are just OK. If you want good quality pictures, get a real digital camera with a good lens.
Questions for your full review:
How does is work connecting to a 4G phone via WiFi to use the phone's network capability? No, I'm not talking about using the phone as a hotspot. Verizon in particular charges too much additional in fees just to enable Hotspot capability. WiFi or tethered should work just as well without the extra fees.