Acer Iconia Tab Android Ice Cream Sandwich update rolls-in

Got yourself one of the three Acer Iconia Tabs that have hit the market so far? If so, you're probably craving some Ice Cream Sandwich fun. Luckily, the Android 4.0 update has started rolling out.

Over in the US, the Acer Iconia Tab A200 has started to see some ICS action courtesy of an over-the-air update that completed over the following week. This will be joined by an update for the Acer Iconia Tab A100 7-inch tablet and the Acer Iconia Tab A500 10-inch device in April.

"The many enhancements in Android 4.0 OS complement the sleek, powerful and well-designed Acer Iconia Tab tablets to give customers an all-around first-rate experience," said Paul Tayar, director of Product Marketing Connected Devices, Acer America.

"Customers will experience greater entertainment and productivity with the new capabilities and features on their tablets."

No word yet on when the updates will land on this side of the pond but, if our American buddies are in line, then we shouldn't be too far behind.

Over at CES the Iconia A700 packing Tegra 3 action from Nvidia was unleashed and the quad-core chip was also found lurking inside the Acer Iconia Tab A510 that was also on show in Vegas. Presumably these will come rocking ICS out of the box.

Have a look at our Acer Iconia Tab A500 review



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