We thought that it was a bummer how Acer's Iconia Tab A100, A200 and A500 were never going to get Jelly Bean, but we suppose we shouldn't forget that Android 4.0 is still better than Honeycomb (Android 3.x).
We also shouldn't forget that some tablets still use Honeycomb even today, tablets like the Motorola Droid Xyboard 8.2 and 10.1.
Fortunately, these particular two have the Android 4.0 update finally ready
(assuming something happened and they didn't get it in August
All owners need to do is go to the Settings menu, choose “About Tablet” and then go to the “System Updates” section.
Once they are sure the Wi-Fi connection is at least decent, and stable, they can start the process with a tap and wait until it's complete.
Face recognition unlock/log-on, smoother video chatting and web browsing, Google Voice and a data usage tool (helps stay within the data plan bought alongside the slate, if any) are the main assets of Ice Cream Sandwich.