The Acer Iconia Tab A510 uses a normal LCD (not an IPS panel) as its screen technology. As you can see, the colors don't exactly pop from the screen and the viewing angle is less than satisfying.
The first quad-core tablet, the Asus Transformer Prime, launched in December 2011, but the adoption rate of quad-core on tablets since then has been disappointingly slow.
The new Acer Iconia Tab A510 marks only the third tablet to use a full quad-core CPU and is actually the first made by a company other than Asus.
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