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.
But with the Transformer Pad TF300 also using Tegra 3 and currently priced $50 cheaper than the Acer, is there any reason to even consider the A510?
It's an intriguing question -- one that I attempt to answer in the
full review of the Acer Iconia Tab A510