Background: I'm currently considering buying a Acer Iconia A50x Tablet device that runs the Honeycomb OS. The device is available (or, well, not) in a variety of configurations (16GB / 32GB / 64 GB "HDD" and with/without 3G module). It seems the 3G version is only available with 16GB atm. and the non-3G version is available with 16 or 32GB atm.
Since I do not have experience with android devicesread: I've no clue whatsoever how much a "stock install" of android needs and how much space the apps take, and whether they can be installed on SDHC card etc. I have no clue how much memory for the "HDD" is a good choice for such a device: (apart from bigger is better)
My question now is wrt. the onboard "HDD" memory: Is 16GB enough or would it be better to try and get a 32GB version or wait for the 64GB version? (After all, I can just plug in a 64GB SDHC card for additional space.)
Wrt. to my expected usage: I plan to use this device to surf the web, read emails and maybe a PDF or two. I do not currently plan to play any specific games. My music collection on the PC is only 6GB, and I would only use a small part of this on the device. No films to speak of.