|Standing screen display size||10.1 inches|
|Max Screen Resolution||1280 x 800 pixels|
|Graphics Coprocessor||Integrated Graphics|
|Average Battery Life (in hours)||10 hours|
Acer Iconia One 10 B3-A20-K8UH 10.1-inch HD Tablet (Android Lollipop)
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Acer Iconia One 10 B3-A20-K8UH 10.1-inch HD Tablet (Android Lollipop)
Color Your Life
With the Iconia One 10, life is bright. Moments are captured and shared. Brighter videos inspire creativity. Smoother graphics enhance games. And with 10 hours of battery life and a slim profile, the Iconia One 10 brightens moments from morning to night.
- Media Tek MT8163, 1.3 GHz Quad-Core CPU
- Android Lollipop Operating System
- 10.1" HD 1280 x 800 resolution, IPS LCD with LED-backlight with integrated 10 finger touch screen (16:10)
- 1GB DDR3L On-Board Memory
- 16GB Internal Storage
- Integrated Graphics
- High-definition audio support
- Two built-in stereo speakers
- 5MP rear-facing camera
- 2MP front-facing camera
- MicroSD Memory Slot up to 128GB
- 802.11a/b/g/n Wireless
- Bluetooth 4.0
- 1 - Micro USB 2.0 Port
- 2-Cell Li-Ion Battery
- Up to 10-hours Battery Life
Designed to be Seen
The Acer Iconia One 10 Tablet makes the journey as rewarding as the destination. With a slim 10 inch design, delightful colors and beautiful display, the Iconia One 10 brings you a lively multimedia enjoyment at a price affordable to everyone. Read ebooks and magazines, watch videos, play games — and enjoy every moment!
At 0.37-inches thin it is easy to take this tablet with you on the go giving you the freedom to have your life at your fingertips wherever you may be. The weight is just 1.21 pounds, making it very comfortable to use single handedly, even for people with small hands. The thinner bezel around the screen creates a nice view of your favorite media.
Visuals to Delight
The stunning 10.1-inch touch screen (1280 x 800 resolution) ensures optimal on-screen viewing. And thanks to IPS technology, the tablet has wide viewing angles so you can share your tablet experience in every situation with sharp, truly vivid colors.
Small on the outside, yet powerful on the inside, this tablet is packed with powerful Quad-Core processing. The result is outstanding performance and amazing battery life. Smooth Gaming, web browsing, and video never looked so good.
Enjoy hours of entertainment with friends, family, or on your own! Great preloaded apps like Amazon Kindle provides endless reading material while Netflix instantly delivers the latest movies to your tablet for entertainment anywhere. (subscription may be required).
Share your world. Dual cameras capture the memorable moments in life that you can share with friends on your social networks or dial them up for a live chat.
Everyday Life Easier
With the latest Android 5.1 (Lollipop) OS system performance is at an all-time high and your touchscreen responds faster and more accurately than ever before. This means that you can listen to music while browsing the web, or race down the highway with the latest hit game, all without a hitch.
Acer's exclusive suite of EZ apps give you lots of tools to make your tablet that much more fun and easy to use. With EZ Note, EZ Snap, EZ WakeUp and EZ Gadget you get everything from a powerful multimedia note-taking app to simplified screen shots and wake-up shortcuts, plus EZ Gadget’s multitasking mini-apps.
Take more on the road. The microSD card slot makes it easy to bring more media files with you as well as provides the ability to easily transfer files to and from your tablet. And with up to 10 hours battery life you have plenty of juice to make it through your day on the go.
Acer’s Build Your Own Cloud (BYOC) lives on your own device so the storage capacity of your cloud can be as big as you want, yet with ultimate privacy and security. With BYOC Apps wirelessly synch and get access to your digital life anytime, anywhere.
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|Sold By||—||Amazon.com||AMZ Warehouses||Dragon Touch||Amazon.com|
|Screen Size||10.1 inches||10 inches||8 inches||10 inches||7 inches|
|Flash Memory Installed Size||16 GB||32.0 GB||32.00 GB||16.0 GB||16.0 GB|
|Item Dimensions||10.20 x 6.61 x 0.37 inches||10.31 x 6.28 x 0.39 inches||0.31 x 4.89 x 8.27 inches||9.50 x 6.69 x 0.39 inches||7.57 x 4.51 x 0.38 inches|
|Item Weight||1.21 lbs||1.11 lbs||0.76 lbs||—||0.65 lbs|
|Operating System||Android 5.0 Lollipop||—||Android||Android 9 Pie||Fire OS|
|Wireless Communication Technology||Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS||Wi-Fi||Wi-Fi, Bluetooth||Bluetooth, Wi-Fi||Wi-Fi|
Acer Iconia One 10 B3-A20-K8UH Tablet comes with these high level Specs: MediaTek MT8163 Quad Core Processor (1.3GHz), Android Lollipop Operating System, 10.1" HD 1280 x 800 resolution, IPS LCD with LED-backlight with integrated 10-point capacitive touch screen - supporting finger touch and image auto rotation, Integrated Graphics, 1GB of DDR3L Onboard Memory, 16GB Internal Storage, 802.11a/b/g/n Wireless, Bluetooth 4.0, 2MP Front-facing camera, 5MP rear-facing camera, 1 - Micro USB 2.0 Port, 2-Cell Li-Ion Battery (6100 mAh), Up to 10-hours Battery Life, 1.21 lbs. | .55 kg (NT.LBVAA.002)
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What I've done so far: I added Moon+ Reader, Foxit PDF Reader, Music Player, and Firefox. I uninstalled what little the tablet would allow me to, mostly Amazon apps, and allowed the Acer update. I also copied my books over from my old tablet (Nextbook 8HD).
I'm going to do a complete reset on the tablet, and take it back to factory, and if that doesn't help, I'll be sending it back. (And wishing I could send back the accessories I ordered to go with it.)
I think it's amazing that my old Nextbook tablet (other than a cracked touch input screen) has run for years without issue, yet an Acer lasted less than 2 days.
The text above is what I had written up prior to doing a factory reset on the tablet.
After the factory reset...
It works great, but it hasn't done even one update of any kind. I don't understand it, but I don't really care either.
I'm not a social media addict, nor am I a YouTube addict. What I am, is afraid to uninstall any of the OEM bloatware Acer includes with the tablet. I'd love to lose all the Acer apps, not to mention the multitude of shopping apps. And I wish I knew whose idea it was to make McAfee Security one of the apps that can't be uninstalled - pure genius there, faceless Acer dude.
To me, a tablet is nothing more than a book reader I can connect to free wifi if I need to quickly look something up, or check the weather during a pit stop on a trip. For that, this may be the perfect budget tablet.
And... if I happen to want to watch some television on the Spectrum TV app, or ESPN 360, or Netflix, or Kodi, the picture is beautiful. Being that my eyes aren't what they were 30 years ago, it's not terribly likely to happen, but you never know. It could happen.
While it's not going to win any speed contests, or beauty contests, the tablet is snappy. The Intel Atom quad core processor gets the job done well enough, though there is occasional lag - nothing major, but it's there. The back of the tablet is both matte finished, and textured to prevent fingerprints. The screen is a fingerprint magnet though, so I recommend you get some matte finished screen protectors to cut down on the prints, and the glare when you've got it outside, or next to a window. The sound isn't half-bad, so listening to music on the speaker(s?) isn't torture.
My wish list...
Tablets should come with nothing but the basic Android necessities installed. Why shouldn't the owner decide what apps to install on his/her tablet? I guess that would be too much like right for a major corporation to understand.
Also, no tablet should be sold by a major manufacturer that's locked into its factory version of Android. Come on Acer, at least release an update to Lollipop for this thing so we'll have better control of what gets stored, or installed on our micro sd cards.
Anyways, that's on Acer, not on the tablet itself. Since the reset, I'm pleased. It's well worth the $$. If Acer would roll out a Marshmallow update for it, I'd be thrilled with it, but that ain't gonna happen, so...
For those of you that are wanting to root this tablet, here's a bit of advice. The root method that worked on the B1-810 a year ago, doesn't work on this one. I'm not saying you can't try, but be aware it may not work.
One last thing: Don't try charging it with a phone charger. It's not strong enough. My old Palm charger has worked on everything I've connected it to up 'til this. Apparently 2 amps isn't enough to charge it, even in sleep mode. The factory charger, and the extra charger from my old Blackberry Playbook work just fine.
The Google apps updated, and again the errors started, yet fewer than the first time it happened.
I went to Settings/Apps/ and scrolled down through the list. First, I disabled Drive, and uninstalled the update. Then I went through the rest of the Google apps, first disabling, and then uninstalling the updates. The only Google apps I left were: Google App, Google Keyboard, Google Play services, Google Play Store, Google Text-to-speech Engine, and Translate. Then, I rebooted the tablet. There have been no errors since.
I also uninstalled all of the Amazon apps, YouTube, and disabled the Acer apps. There may have been others. Of the original apps, beyond those I've mentioned already, I left only Chrome, and ASTRO File Manager enabled.
If it starts acting up again, there will be another edit. As of right now, it boots without errors, so I'm hopeful. That said, I'm about fed up with hassling with it. Any more errors this week, and I think it'll be easier to ship it back than continue to fight to make it work. I am definitely not a fan of Android 4.4.4.
Edit 4 - 16 months later...
This has turned into a good little tablet. I've used it to read hundreds of books, stream a few movies, listen to music, and occasionally look something up online when I'm away from home. It does all of those things well, and the battery lasts reasonably long. I've also added a GPS program, and it works great. Using it as an 8" GPS unit requires a little forethought into where and how you're going to mount it, but it absolutely works great.
Please note: Almost all Google apps on mine have been disabled in order to keep it running without errors. Android 4.4.4 KitKat doesn't seem to like the Google app updates very well. This will be my final update on it. It's lasted 16 months, so if it dies tomorrow, I've gotten my money's worth out of it.