Acer's new Honeycomb tablet is a mixed bag. On the one hand, it's got lots of features that will appeal to business users, but on the other it's bigger and heavier than the Motorola Xoom. It is, however, well built and every bit as fast as you'd hope from one of the new generation of tablets.
We like the fact that it has a USB socket that can read documents and spreadsheets from your memory sticks. The battery life is impressive, too, which will be a blessing for those who do a lot of travelling.
On the downside, the different connectors for charging, docking and transferring data are a bit of a bind, and we just can't get over the weight of this thing. It's certainly a good device, but it's just not all that much better than competing products.