Those who compare hardware specifications will notice that Acer’s new tablet has some key differences from its competitors. Instead of a high-resolution display, the 7-inch capacitive touchscreen on the A110 uses a 1024 x 600 panel; that’s a bit of a let down since this resolution was standard on small Android tablets a year or two ago.
The device also comes with just 8 GB of internal storage, although a microSD expansion slot supports up to an additional 32 GB of storage. Memory tops out at 1 GB; the same as most competing small tablets. A microHDMI jack connects the Iconia Tab A110 to an HDTV, something that’s not supported on Google’s Nexus 7,