Acer Iconia Now Available at Office Depot

If you haven’t had a chance to play around with an Acer Iconia, you’re missing out. I had the opportunity of using one for around 10 minutes at my local Best Buy, and I was very impressed. It’s powered by Honeycomb and a dual core NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor, just like the Motorola Xoom. I found it to be a lot lighter than the Xoom, which is one reason I loved it so much. But that’s beside the point. The Iconia Tab is now available for purchase from Office Depot for $449.99, the same price as Best Buy. This isn’t really huge news, but it’s good news for people like me, who live 45 minutes away from any kind of tech store.

So, if you have an Office Depot near you and want to check out the Acer Iconia, now is your chance! Has anyone bought an Iconia? What do you think of it? Let us know in the comments, or on our Facebook Wall!

Source BusinessWire

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1 Comment

  1. geeknik
    June 01, 03:55 Reply

    I don’t see how you thought it was a lot lighter than the Xoom.

    Xoom – 1.6 lb (730 g)
    Acer Iconia A500 – 1.69 lb (766 g)
    Asus Transformer – 1.5 lb (680 g)

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