Acer Iconia A500 HoneyComb Tablet Deal: $399 Plus Free $100 Gift Card

Posted: Aug 13 2011, 2:32pm CDT | by , in News | Tablets

 
Acer Iconia A500 HoneyComb Tablet Deal: $399 plus Free $100 Gift Card
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The dumping of HoneyComb Tablets begins at Target tomorrow.

The Android camp needs to clear out their inventory of HoneyComb 3.0 tablets as the next generation of Android tablets is looming. Ice Cream Sandwich devices are expected to be released this fall. As many HoneyComb tablet makers struggle to sell their tablets expect lots of deals over the next weeks. To add to the pain, HP has lowered the price of the WebOS TouchPad to $399. The only one that can afford to charge $499 for a 16GB 10-inch tablet is Apple. All Android Tablet makers will sooner or later drop their 16GB tablets below $400.

Target is kicking off the HoneyComb sell-out tomorrow according to the already leaked Sunday ad. The Acer Iconia A500 tablet is going to sell for $399 and you get a free $100 Target Gift Card. This basically means you just pay $299 for the Acer Iconia A500. More details on our new Black Friday Countdown site.

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