Google have finally unveiled their Nexus 7 tablet and, for $200, it should wow and impress most of you. It’s stacked right up against an existing heavy hitter in the Kindle Fire as well as the newly announced Acer Iconia Tab A110, both of which are priced and sized quite comparably. But just how well does Google tablet stack up? Let’s take a look at the ever-so-juicy comparison below.
For its cost you’re getting a little bit more with Acer’s offering which is only rumored to be less than $200. They’re comparable in processor, memory, and display, but the A110 has an advantage in quite a few more areas. It has the better camera, more connectivity options (HDMI), and an expandable storage using a microSD card slot.
Google’s got it bested in some areas, though. Namely, it’ll come with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, Google’s latest OS, and it has a better resolution with 1280×800 pixels.
The Amazon Kindle is the ugly, red-headed stepchild of the bunch with its specs, but the experience is great for those who are Android power users.
Books, Amazon Prime Video, games and apps from the Amazon Appstore, and more make this an absolute necessity for those who put a lot of their eggs into the retailer giant’s basket. How would you say these three stack up?
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- Check out the Acer Iconia Tab A110 forums, see the specs, or find news and reviews.
- Check out the Amazon Kindle Fire forums, see the specs, or find news and reviews.