A quad core Nvidia Tegra 3 tablet, now that gets our attention. The Transformer Prime isn't the only Tegra 3 on the market anymore, and the Acer Iconia Tab A510 gives it a run for your money. The Acer sports such amenities as a soft touch back with the best ergonomics in the business, a very fast CPU with GeForce graphics that trounces last year's Tegra 2 for gaming and HD video playback, and a USB port that works with flash drives, keyboards and hard drives. The 32 gig, $449 tablet has a 1280 x 800 display with good colors and wide viewing angles, excellent stereo speakers with Dolby Mobile sound, dual cameras, a working GPS and the usual WiFi and Bluetooth.
This is an in-depth written review after a week with the tablet, and it includes a video review and several comparison videos too.