Where are Iconia apps sold?

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  1. hardlec

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    The stores in my area sell lots of accessories for Apple. Almost none for my Iconia. I do not like to buy online.
    Are there stores that sell accessories in the US?
     
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    Wal-Mart sells some things. What are you looking for?
     
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    Apps are "sold" in either the Android or Amazon Android markets.
    Accessories are sold at Wal-Mart, Best Buy and some office supply stores.
    I've bought all my accessories from Amazon. They seem to have the biggest selection. Acer also has a small selection of accessories. Compatible items should have Acer Iconia A500 in the description or details (cases, covers, charges, etc). Other compatible items will have "Android 3.+" listed somewhere.

    Amazon.com: iconia a500 accessories
     
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    Any particular reason?
     
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    I am looking for a stylus that has a smaller point than my fingertip. I haven't found any.

    I want to keep my money in my local economy.
     
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    There are very few capacitive stylii that have a tip smaller than a finger. For fine point, the two best I have seen are Dagi and Adonit Jot. They are fine point, but have a clear disc to get the proper surface area. Sadly, they are most likely not available locally.

    Beyond that, I think a 7mm stylus tip is the smallest I have seen.

    Also, any stylus that works with iPhone/iPad should work with the Acer tablets. They are probably not going to say works with Acer Iconia because the Iconia has such a small market share itself and iPad is still the big dog for market share.
     

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