Packard Bell Liberty Tab G100When you try this tablet out you might have a deja vu. Yes, it does feel a lot like the Acer Iconia Tab A500. Packard Bell serves as a styling brand for Acer, so it should come as no surprise. The Acer end is targeting tech lovers, while the Packard Bell line targets those who are more akin to fashion consciousness. The Iconia Tab A500 has that brushed metal finish, while the Packard Bell Liberty Tab G100 is encased in a glossy burgundy, tipped in chrome edging. The guts, though, are nearly identical. The Dual-Core 1GHz Cortex A9 CPU, minimal powered GEForce chip, and 1GB of RAM are all the same in the two machines.

The differences are still sufficient to warrant a second look at the Liberty  Tab Bell G100. For example, the Liberty Tab, thankfully, is not preloaded with the hub apps Acer is infamous for. Rather, the home screen is uncluttered, but still has easy access to the apps the Iconia has. You can still find the many eBook readers, office document viewer, video player, Internet music player, and quite a few games.

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