This page lists all the major Acer tablets launched since 2011 and compares their technical specifications. Below the tables and charts you’ll find a brief history of the Acer range.

Acer Tablets Compared

Acer’s line of Iconia tablets are among some of the most innovative. Acer is a well-known name in computing and over a short time has greatly improved on its tablets model by model.

Acer Iconia One 10 A3-A50

Sold as the B3-A50 in the USA (as part of a bewildering naming convention that helps no-one!), this offers great performance for the price. Its best feature is the impressive sound output – something really lacking on most tablets.

Acer ChromeBook Tab 10

The first Chrome OS tablet available globally, it is distinguished by the suite of educational apps that come inbuilt with it.

The included stylus and solid performance make it a good choice in most aspects. Though it has a few weaknesses, it generally lives up to expectations.

Acer Iconia Talk S

One of the rare tablets with phone call functionality from Acer, the Talk S offers you a dual SIM function and LTE module.

It features synergy between a powerful Snapdragon processor, Android KitKat, and a bright display, making it a useful multipurpose device. Its excellent battery
life is the icing on the cake.

Acer Switch Alpha 12

Acer’s answer to the 2-in-1 hybrid trend was to release what you might uncharitably call a Microsoft Surface Pro 4 clone, but in fact had its own distinctive features, such as liquid cooling. With a 12inch display and good specs, it seemed likely to become a popular entry.

–Switch Alpha 12 full review–

Acer Predator 8

In late 2015, Acer launched an aggressively-styled gaming tablet – opinion was certainly divided over its looks, though most admitted it was a decent gaming tablet with some flaws.

Predator 8 full review

Acer Aspire P3

As is the case with the ASUS Transformer Book T100, the Acer Aspire P3 is clearly targeted at a productivity-oriented audience. It’s short on frills, and Acer seems to be hoping the included keyboard dock will be enough to justify what is otherwise a mediocre tablet.

The 1.5-gigahertz Intel Core i5-3339Y chip can get the job done, but it can’t stack up to the beefier processors used in several competing tablets. The 1366-by-768 pixel resolution doesn’t sound dreadful, but it’s borderline unacceptable on an 11.6-inch display.

Acer Iconia W3

The Acer Iconia W3 faces stiff competition, but the tablet does have some clear advantages. With its small form factor and pleasantly light weight, it’s an ideally portable device. It also includes Microsoft Office Home & Student, which makes it clear that students and casual users are the target audience.

Of course, with the Iconia W3’s budget-friendly price tag comes a few sacrifices. The most obvious of these is under the hood, where computing power is clearly lacking. It’ll run the full Windows 8 operating system fairly well, but don’t expect to do any computer-intensive tasks without great difficulty.

Acer Iconia W510

Iconia W510 is Acer’s first Intel Atom Clover Trail powered tablet with Microsoft Windows 8 OS. Optional keyboard dock that doubles the battery life can be purchased separately.

Acer Iconia Tab A110

Iconia A110 is successor of A100 model. In comparison to A100, Iconia A110 is lighter and powered with better and faster quad core CPU Nvidia Tegra 3 running at 1.20 MHz speed, while the screen resolution remain the same.

Acer Iconia Tab A210

A210 is a successor of Iconia A200 tablet. New A210 is powered with faster quad core Nvidia Tegra 3, a 1.20 GHz CPU in comparison to dual core Nvidia Tegra 2 running at 1.00 GHz. Screen resolution and dimensions remained the same.

Acer Iconia W700

Iconia W700 is Acer’s first Intel Core i3 powered tablet with Microsoft Windows 8 OS. W700 comes with Bluetooth keyboard and docking cradle that sports 3 USB 3.0 ports.

Acer Iconia Tab A700

The A700 improves on previous versions in the “A” series of Acer’s Iconia tablets with a higher resolution display and a greater pixel density (ppi). The 1920×1200-pixel resolution is one of the highest on an Android tablet.

Acer Iconia Tab A510

The A510 upgrades the A500 unit with an Nvidia Tegra quad-core processor with step up CPU frequency from 1.00 to 1.20 GHz. Compared to the Android 3.0 on A500, the 510 comes with Android 4.0 and has much better battery life.

Acer Iconia Tab A200

The A200 is much like the A500 in specs. However, the A200 loses the rear camera and the HDMI port. Similar to the 110, the 210 is an upgraded version of this particular tablet.

Acer Iconia Tab A100

The A100 is the first 7-inch offering in the Iconia line. Other than its smaller form, it is identical to the 10-inch A500. The A110 is an upgraded version of this tablet with a Tegra 3 quad-core processor.

Acer Iconia Tab A500

The A500 is a 10-inch tablet with 1GB of RAM and a Tegra dual-core processor. On release it came with Android 3, Honeycomb, but is now updatable to 4, Ice Cream Sandwich.

Acer Iconia Tab W500

Unlike the other Acer tablets in the list, the W500 is the only one that runs the Windows 7 operating system compared to the other Android offerings. The “W” denotes the Windows operating system as opposed to the “A” or Android models. There are currently two offerings, including a Windows 7 Home and a Windows 7 Pro version.