Sharp screen, dull performance

The Acer Iconia Tab A700 has a 1,920x1,200-pixel resolution screen -- the same resolution as the Asus Transformer Pad TF700. But where Asus compensates for the increased resolution by housing a faster processor in the TF700, Acer keeps the same 1.3GHz Tegra 3 we saw in the A510. This resulted in sluggish performance on the A700.
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New body, same as the old

The A700 includes virtually the same exact body as the A510, only slightly thicker. Here, you can see the microSD and Micro-HDMI ports.
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Despite its performance issues, the A700 is one of the most comfortable tablets to hold, thanks to its leathery, rubbery back.
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Get ol' grippy

A closer look at the grippy back.
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Volume rocker and rotation

The volume rocker and rotation lock. Pretty self-explanatory.
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5-megapixels aren't enough

Well, it's not that 5-megapixels aren't enough megapixels to make good camera, it's that there's more to a good camera than megapixels.
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Still thin-ish

Not the thinnest tablet on the market, for sure, but the A700 is still only slightly thicker than the A510.
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Speakers are full

One of the two speakers located along the A700's bottom edge. Ironically, employing dual speakers didn't make the sound any less muffled.
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No, really. These aren't just pics of the A510

Maybe I should just paste every caption from the A510's slideshow here.
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Micro-USB transfers files and charges the battery.
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