|Screen Size||8.1 inches|
|Screen Resolution||1280 x 800|
|Max Screen Resolution||1280 x 800 pixels|
|Processor||1.5 GHz Atom Z2760|
|RAM||2 GB SDRAM|
|Hard Drive||32 GB|
|Graphics Coprocessor||Intel Graphics Media Accelerator|
|Graphics Card Ram Size||64 MB|
|Number of USB 2.0 Ports||1|
|Average Battery Life (in hours)||8 hours|
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|Display Size||8.1 inches||8 inches||8 inches||8 inches|
|Native Resolution||1280 x 800||1280 x 800 pixels||1920 x 1200 pixels||Information not provided|
|Item Weight||1.1 pounds||0.84 pounds||1.4 pounds||0.68 pounds|
|Processors||Atom Z2760 1.5 GHz||intel atom 1.4 GHz||atom z3745 1.33 GHz||intel atom 1.33 GHz|
|Operating System||windows 8||Windows 8.1||Android 4.4||Windows 10|
|Memory||2 GB SDRAM||1 GB DIMM||2 GB DDR3||2 GB SDRAM DDR3|
|Hard Disk Size||32 GB||0 GB||0 GB||32 GB|
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I have installed Windows 8.1 (went from Preview to full), it was a pain to upgrade [this is not the tablet's problem], it took forever to download and install and it lost numerous settings and apps once the update finally installed. I got it installed and everything was working fine and the Start button started working and I have full use of snapping apps side by side. Windows 8.1 added some really nice features so I recommend updating. A strange thing is that Office was no longer activated after updating, I had to find the product key (Windows/Office that was in the box) and used it to reactive Office [chose use Product Key instead of account]. After that, Office seems happy. I also had to disable some of the syncing features, since I started finding my laptop settings were showing up on this tablet and the tablet settings were showing up on my laptop, which was annoying. I disabled the syncing settings option in the Settings [Start menu style settings] and did this to both machines to stop the settings from syncing.
I like this tablet. It is a good size where you can easily take it along with you and hold it in one hand comfortably. It feels sturdy and solid and does not fill hollow or flimsy like some cheaper items. Setup is easy with a few questions you have it setup. I purchased the Protective Case from a local office store (I looked at the keyboard and it is expensive and makes it so much larger that I do not like it, I did get a BlueTooth keyboard for typing and already had a BlueTooth mouse that pairs easily and works well, however, I only use them when I know I will be sitting and can use it like a laptop). I really like the protective case.Read more ›
Out-of-box Windows Setup uses the customized Acer "green" interface. It was at this point that it became clear that this tablet must sport a TN panel -- the green text looked almost checkered from bad flickering, and what is supposed to be a solid green background was a gradient due to the horrible viewing angles. It was almost black past the 50% point to the right. I had read other Acer tablets use an IPS panel, so I had great expectations. They were horrifically shattered. Not only was this not an IPS panel, but it's the worst TN panel I've owned in over a decade.
Acer decided to orient the panel to the portrait experience with the Windows physical button on the bottom. This makes landscape usage of the device look horrid, and only acceptable-looking when cocking your head 10-20 degrees to the right of the screen. Windows desktop is hardly usable at 800px wide in portrait mode, so there is no winning that way either. Increasing to max brightness alleviates some of the viewing angle issue, but that's not always a satisfactory answer.Read more ›
The main thing this tablet had going for it currently is price. $280 is a decent deal for ANY tablet, and it will take a heck of a lot of negatives to overcome that. Still, it took me a week of puzzling the bad reviews to pull the trigger on this. My opinion... the bad reviews have perfectly valid points... and I kinda don't care. This tablet brings what I want to the table.
So... bad screen... yeah, it's not great... not particularly good either, but it's actually perfectly acceptable. Resolution is actually slightly better than iPad Mini, and it's fine for watching a video on. Viewing angle... actually I didn't see a problem with the right side angle. Left side angle is really bad though. However, really, if you're sitting there watching your tablet at an angle... you're doing it wrong.
Speed... No. This is basically a netbook in tablet form. Tablet optimized apps aren't fast, nor are they particularly slow. Anything designed for desktop... now THAT's gonna be slow, and that INCLUDES the free Microsoft Office applications. For me... I start opening it, and I get my coffee. It's not a deal killer, and the fact that Windows 8 apps WILL run is more a blessing than a curse in this case. Some of my key windows apps (Celtx, SketchUp) I am very happy to have available on this tablet, and willing to wait a few ticks to have them. Once they're running, the speed is acceptable.
Windows 8... I'm not gonna retread all the negatives that have already been said... but I was surprised how intuitive I found the full Metro experience in tablet form. Left swiping to switch apps is a breeze. Down swipe to close an app...Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Not at all, it came with an user and a password. And the battery is dead so, it was a complete disaster.Published 1 month ago by Nebulousb
This is my first windows tablet, and I must say I am very conflicted. The tablet itself is interesting and it is fun to have a full version of windows that you can carry around... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Austin
Battery would not take a charge. I sent it back the manufacturers for repair and when I got it back it still would not take a charge.Published 11 months ago by Robert N
I would give it a higher rating except it goes to sleep and by the time I get it to work again the battery dies. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Priscilla Gipson
I had a small issue with my Acer and the business owner worked with me and totally fixed the problem. He (Luis) was very professional and friendly. 5 stars all the way. Read morePublished 13 months ago by karenl65
I bought one of these when they had just released for sale. While it is great that this tablet has a full windows O.S. it just hasn't been useful. Read morePublished 13 months ago by DeltaTech