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Atria Aero 8" Tablet Android 4.0, 8GB, WiFi + Case/Stand

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List Price: $349.99
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  • Google Android 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich, upgradable to 4.1 (Jelly Bean)
  • 8GB internal flash memory - Micro SD card slot (expandable up to 32GB)
  • 1024x768 HD resolution - Glass on glass touch screen
  • 1.5 GHz Cortex A8 processor (Boxchip A10)
  • 3.7V 5600mAh battery - Up to 10 hours of music and video playback on the go
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Product Description

Blast into the future with the new Atria Aero 8" Android Tablet and it's super durable aluminum frame. Utilize all the power of its 1.5GHz Cortex A8 processor and 1GB RAM through the 8" high-definition capacitive five point touchscreen while you surf the web or use one of the hundreds of thousands of apps in the Google Play Store. The Atria Aero includes 8GB internal memory and is expandable with up to 32GB with a Micro SD card slot to make this tablet the only mobile internet device you'll ever need! The included Google Android Ice Cream Sandwich provides a state-of-the-art mobile experience, combining Wi-Fi 802.11b/g/n speeds with Flash 10.3 compatibility to ensure that the Atria Aero can handle whatever the internet throws at it. Furthermore, with the capacitive 8" screen boasting a 4:3 aspect ratio at a resolution of 1024x768 HD, you can watch movies and play games in stunning HD resolution. Additionally, a full HD 1080p HDMI output is included for connection to an external viewing device. A front and rear camera make both video chatting and picture capture a snap. The powerful 5600mAh battery can keep you going for up to 10 hours of usage on a single charge! Included: Charger, USB Charging Cable, Mini HDMI Cable, USB Adapter, User Manual, Bonus: Tablet Case/Stand

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 8.5 x 6.2 x 0.2 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B008P05RPK
  • Item model number: AERO8
  • Average Customer Review: 2.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (24 customer reviews)
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The 4 and 5-star review and most likely fake.
Ariel Estulin
Another defect that I find very upsetting was the difficulty of even downloading/updating apps onto the device as its WiFi connection always drops for some reason.
The Alchemist
Unless the manufacturer can offer a way to rectify the situation, I feel people are going to flood the internet with complaints.
Shawn Jones

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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Shawn Jones on September 23, 2012
PLEASE NOTE: this was not a purchase from Amazon.com, but from the DailySteals.com website for $150.

I recently purchased the Atria Aero 8" Tablet Android 4.0, 8GB, WiFi + Case/Stand. I've only owned it for 4 days, but that has been long enough. Unfortunately, my experience of this product has been much less than satisfying, and down-right terrible.

When I received the tablet it was sealed NEW-IN-BOX as expected, and everything was included as described; the HDMI mini-to-standard Cable, USB Cable, USB Adapter, Charger, and Manual.

Beyond that, I can't say much good about this product. After some casual usage of it, I realized the product must be defective and/or poorly designed. Which is unfortunate, because it appears to have a pretty sturdy shell casing and solid glass touch screen.

It was plugged in overnight, as typically expected, to fully charge the battery. Upon starting the device the next morning however, after simple app downloading, web browsing, and basic function set up - with the basic stock volume and brightness settings - at most I get 2-4 hours total, before the charge inexplicably drops significantly. I left it at around 23% and turned off while charging overnight again, but the next morning the charge had only gone up to 86%. Frustratingly I left it unplugged and unused for 8 more hours, and the battery again drained significantly. It's pretty obvious that something is not right with the device when it comes to battery life - It certainly doesn't last the 10 hours as advertised .

Also a notable problem is an apparent bad WiFi receiver. Connecting to a network through a WiFi, I experience unusual signal drops.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Jeffrey A. Meunier on November 19, 2012
I got the tablet in September 2012 for $150 plus $5 shipping from the dailysteals web site. After my initial disappointment I did some tweaking. Now I like the tablet very much.

Here's what you need to do:
It all comes down to deleting the included Go Launcher and the several other Go apps. These suck up a lot of resources. And when you first turn on the tablet, the icons on the screen tempt you to download even more Go apps and widgets. This is a trap that just makes the tablet perform worse. The stock Android installation has everything you need.

Go into Settings > Apps > All, then for each application that starts with Go, tap on it and uninstall it.

Also do the same to disable the live wallpapers: Bubbles and Phase Beam. I didn't see entries for the other live wallpapers Nexus and Water.

Be aware that anything that sits on your screen and does a live update or a constant animation is going to reduce the performance of the tablet and reduce the battery life. Use fewer live widgets and more static icons. If you want a bunch of live updates and fancy animations *and* long battery life, then you'll need a more expensive tablet with a bigger battery.

Also go into Settings > Language & input, click the slider icon to the right of Android Keyboard, disable Vibrate on keypress and Sound on keypress. This will help save even more of the battery charge.

Also, I found the carrying folio case to be sort of awkward. I leave the tablet out of the case and now I find it much more convenient to use.

Overall, it's very much worth the price I paid.

Pros:
Ice Cream Sandwich (Android 4.0.4) runs very well, especially after deleting the Go Launcher and all the Go apps.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By The Alchemist on September 21, 2012
Greetings Amazons. I received this product from Dailysteals two days ago and have already sent a return request a few minutes before coming here to share my experience. I figure because there are so little reviews of this on the web as a whole, I'd like to show my message that I sent to Dailysteals Customer Service.

"Hello Dailysteals.

I recently purchased an Atria Aero 8" Tablet Android 4.0, 8GB, WiFi + Case/Stand from this website but after some casual usage of it, I find that the product must be defective. For one, the battery life is much less than the 10 hours it advertises on a full charge. At most I get probably 2.5 hours and that's just from simple downloading and browsing - brightness setting at its lowest and volume muted. Charging the battery itself was unbelievable when I left it charging overnight. I left it at around 30% and when I woke up in the morning, the charge had only gone up to 86%. That's with the device turned off while it was charging. It's pretty amazing how 2.5 hours of use can drain it but an 8 hour charge only adds 56% battery life.

Another defect that I find very upsetting was the difficulty of even downloading/updating apps onto the device as its WiFi connection always drops for some reason. Sometimes when an app is finished downloading, it can't even install correctly because it says that the download is corrupt so I'd have to try to download the same app again from scratch. Coupled with the fact that the battery life is poor, I'd have to say that this device has wasted much of its own energy and time as well as my own. I have tested WiFi spots and in several different homes with reliable WiFi but there hasn't been a single place where it hasn't dropped.
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