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1. Acer NT.LERAA.002 Iconia One 8 All winner MediaTek MT8167B 1.3 GHz Tablets, 1 GB RAM, Android 7.0,White
WHITE ICONIA B1-870-K7MZ, 8. 0IN, 1280X800, Android 7, QUAD-CORE MEDIATEK MT8167, 1GB DDR3L SDRAM, 16GB E-MMC, 802. 11A/B/G/N WLAN, BLUETOOTH 4. 0, 2 Webcam. Battery Capacity 4600 mAh (milliampere hour).
2. Lenovo Tab 4, 8″ Android Tablet, Quad-Core Processor, 1.4GHz, 16GB Storage, Slate Black, ZA2B0009US
- THEATER-LIKE MULTIMEDIA: 8-inch tablet has a brilliant HD display with booming Dolby Atmos Audio and built-in dual-stereo front-facing speakers perfect for binge-watching TV and movies on-the-go
- TABLET FOR KIDS: Transform to a kids tablet with Lenovo Kid’s Pack, including a shock-resistant bumper, blue-light screen filter and fun stickers
- family sharing is now a breeze. Connectivity: 802.11 b/g/n Wireless + Bluetooth 4.0
- MULTI-ACCOUNT: At less than 2 lbs, it’s the first tablet to hide many tablets in one with multi-user and multi-space functionality. Dual front-facing speakers with Dolby Atmos
- HIGH PERFORMANCE ANDROID TABLET: Wifi tablet has a 64-bit Quad-core Snapdragon processor of up to 1.4 GHz, 2GB of RAM, plus an epic 20 hour battery life for seamless performance on any day-to-day tasks. Ports: MicroSD slot, combo audio jack
- BOX CONTAINS: Lenovo Tablet Tab 4 8, Charger, USB Cable, Safety/Warranty Guide, Quick-Start Guide
- perfect tablet for kids or play
- NOTE: Refer the User Manual before use.
3. Acer Iconia Tab A500-08S08u 10.1-Inch Tablet Computer (Silver)
Android – NVIDIA Tegra 2 Dual Core Mobile Processor – 1GB DDR2 memory – 8GB internal storage – 10.1″ WXGA HD Multi-Touch Display (1280 x 800) – NVIDIA GeForce – Front and rear facing webcams – 802.11b/g/n WLAN – Dolby Mobile Technology – Dual speakers – Bluetooth – HDMI – Micro-HDMI – Full-size USB port – Dolby Mobile Technology – MicroSD memory card reader – Lithium-ion polymer battery – Protective Case – 1-year limited warranty
4. Acer Iconia Tab A500-10S16u 10.1-Inch Tablet Computer (Aluminum Metallic)
- The Acer Iconia Tab A500-10S16u provides the ultimate tablet experience with a gleaming 10.1″ touch-screen.
- It has 802.11b/g/n Wireless(802.11n 2.4GHz only).
- It also has 5MP Rear Facing Camera with Auto Focus and 2MP Front Facing Camera.
- 1GB DDR2 Memory , 1.5 lbs.
- Android , Honeycomb , Operating System, NVIDIA Tegra , 2 Dual Core Mobile Processor.
The Acer ICONIA Tab A500 with Android operating system is a fun, fast and easy way to access multimedia and HD entertainment on the go and around the house. The 10.1″capacitive multi-touch screen offers accurate finger-tip control and auto-rotation between portrait and landscape modes. OS: Android 3.0 Processor: NVIDIA Tegra 250 Dual-Core Mobile Processor (1MB L2 cache, 1.0GHz) Memory: 1GB (1) DDR2 RAM, 16GB e-MMC Storage: Card reader for optional microSD TFT Display: 10.1″ (1280 x 800) capacitive multi-touch screen Graphics: Integrated NVIDIA GeForce Communications: 802.11b/g/n WLAN (2.4GHz only for 802.11n), Bluetooth, two webcams (front and back) – Interface ports: DC-in, headphone/speaker, Micro HDMI, micro USB 2.0, USB 2.0, connector for optional docking station (Docking station and other options are listed below.) – 24.1W (3260mAh cell) lithium ion polymer battery: up to 8.0
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Reviewed in the United States on November 24, 2011
I don't care for Apple products because they are too restrictive. This has nothing to do with the current iOS; their products have always been that way because that's part of their marketing strategy. Apple's products force you to use Apple services, like iTunes.
I had been comparing the different Andriod tablets out of curiosity, and this one was the best in my opinion. There are a number with 10.1" screens that are almost identical in performance and core features, but the Acer Iconia tablets stands out. I like that is has a micro-HDMI port, a micro-SD slot, a micro-USB slave port, and a full sized USB host port for connecting external devices. I bought the 16GB tablet and installed a 32GB micro-SD in it, and copied media directly onto it from my laptop. I bought a Verbatim 16GB USB flash drive for it that is so small I can leave it plugged in. I tried plugging in a 120GB hard drive and it read that, too!
My strategy is to put media onto the micro-SD card that I want to keep on the tablet (like pictures), and use my 16GB USB flash drive for media that I will delete after enjoying (podcasts & videos).
I got a nice wallet for it, and also some screen protectors. I highly recommend the wallet, but not the screen protector. The A500's glass screen is so easy to clean with the included microfiber cloth. Not so now with the screen protector installed.
Reviewed in the United States on August 19, 2011
Reviewed in the United States on August 17, 2011
I was looking at the tablet options at the time and to say that there were slim pickings is an understatement.What also was disconcerting is the trend of tablets to not offer external drives for additional memory.With only 16GB and 32GB options I was not happy with any onboard memory limits of any tablet.Books may not take up much memory, but video files do and I don't always have access to a wifi hotspot to stream content.I also was unwilling to pay additional funds for a 3G or 4G monthly limited data plans on top of my cell phone and home internet monthly charges.
I was holding out for the new Samsung Galaxy Tab until I discovered it wouldn't have any capacity for additional memory.Therefore, I was left with the Motorola Xoom, Asus Transformer and the Acer A500.The Xoom didn't have a functioning microSD card at the time I was looking (and was expensive) so it left the Asus and Acer.The only reason I chose the Acer is that I liked the brushed metal back; otherwise, they appear to be very similar.
It appeared to me that the biggest problem professional reviewer at sites like CNET had against the A500 is its bulk and weight.Maybe I'm stronger than the average person using a tablet, but I routinely hold it one handed for extended periods of time and don't feel that it's burdensome.Sure the Kindle's weight can't be beat by any tablet, but it also can't play video or easily surf the internet.
Performance is smooth, fast, and responsive.The web browser is great and I have no trouble accessing any sites.I've downloaded Moboplayer and use Lumniread to access my content.Oh and Google Music's cloud service is phenomenal.I can go out to my back yard and stream all of my music easily from the tablet.I picked up two 16GB microSD cards and have ample room for videos I carry around with me.The only downside is accessing the microSD cards is not intuitive and you have to hunt and peck to find the right directory.
Since then I have two friends that also have bought the same tablet and they love it.Great price for a lot of value.
Reviewed in the United States on December 18, 2012
WARNING: Do NOT buy the "dock" for this unit. It is utterly useless, does not pass many of the functions of the tablet through it and does not even charge the thing. USELESS. But the tablet blows away many of the newest tablets available today. Well worth this price.
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5. Acer Iconia Tab A110-07g08u 7-Inch 8 GB Tablet (Gray)
Acer Iconia Tab A110-07g08u Tablet comes with these high level Specs: NVIDIA Tegra 3 Quad Core Mobile Processor (1.2GHz) - Super 4-PLUS-1 Quad Core with 5th Battery Saver Core, Android Operating System (Jelly Bean), 7-Inch WSVGA Multi-Touch Display, Ultra Low Power (ULP) High Performance 12-Core NVIDIA GeForce GPU, 1024MB DDR3 Memory, 8GB internal storage, MicroSD Memory Slot (up to 32GB), 802.11b/g/n Wireless, Bluetooth 3.0, 2MP HD Front Facing Webcam, 1 - Micro USB 2.0 Port, 1 - Micro-HDMI Out (with support for 1080p, Dual Displays), Rechargeable Li-Polymer Battery (3420 mAh), Up to 7.5-hours Battery Life, .85 lbs. | 0.390 kg (tablet only)
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Reviewed in the United States on April 13, 2013
-HDMI out. it outputs 720p and you will need an AUX jack for audio. Great as a Netflix hub or for watching you kids when they are using it.
-Memory slot. You can not live without a memory slot. All those apps will fill up fast and its better to pay for the feature vs paying $100 for a higher storage version.
-Processor. This thing has a 4 core Tegra 3 @ 1.2 Ghz. Its not the fastet out there but it is plenty fast and last you several years.
-The camera. That thing is a joke, it is basically for skpye you will not be able to use it for anything else. How can you when its a front facing with no flash and you can't see what your shooting unless your in front of it. Apps that use the camera may not even detect it!
-Single Speaker. It makes little difference because you can use a good headset but its loud enough.
-Acer. Let be honest. Acer is known to be a budget/cheap company. To speak to anyone on the phone you will need a serial number from the service tag. The last Acer laptop I had literally fell apart. I assume you will have to pay for your shipping to and fro when you need service (Dell paid all my shipping) and except for the small update to the software that came out with it I do not see Acer updating their software unlike Sony (wife phone shipped with Android 2.3 and got 4.0 and 4.1 update that's nice!)
-Plasticy feel. I got a pretty good case so I do not touch it as much.
Lastly, the big thing a lot of people question is the screen resolution. Its not as high as the other $200 tablets but I would just ignore that because it is fine for what you are going to use it for and the Tegra 3 scales the ratio very well so you do not have malformed content.
Reviewed in the United States on April 3, 2013
It is my first "real" Android tablet.Don't complain about this if you haven't used
a Craig 7" tablet with its 800 x 480 display, 256MB of RAM and pokey processor.
The screen images are sharp and clear.My Kindle books work fine.GPS is fun.Youtube works.
It charges while plugged via USB into my computer!I'm not an app whore, I use this mainly for Kindle, e-mail and simple web browsing.
This is a fast tablet with a great looking screen.I have it wrapped in aManvex Slim and Compact Leather Folio Case Cover for the Acer Iconia Tab A110 7-Inch Android Tablet - Built-in Stand with Multiple Viewing Angles - Black/Grey case that is a wonderful item too.
Update December 27, 2015:Still working great after 2.75 years of daily use.Using it to update my review.
Reviewed in the United States on March 12, 2013
Overall the thing works very fast, internet conection works fine, I'm having a blast playing a lot of games, the only thing it's the sound, I can not turn it all the way up as it some times make a ugly noise, AND the battery does not last what advertised but aside of this I WOULD RECOMMEND THIS TABLET TO LOW BUDGET PPL LIKE ME, LOL.
EDIT: I Found out that battery life does last what advertised, I left the thing on full brightness always on, playing music and with animation on screen. It took 48% out 100% in 3hrs 25min, so my guess is it would take 100% of battery in 7hrs. That's what ACER says it would take on normal use.
Reviewed in the United States on November 21, 2014
Reviewed in the United States on February 5, 2013
The Good: I like the price. The Tablet works very good and have a very nice design.Due to it's processor the speed is very good.Color and graphics display are sharp and fast.I've installed a 32 GB flash memory to increase it's storage capacity.The ACER chat service solving questions or technical issues is very good.The HDMI output works very good with my TV, great for HD movies.
The BAD: Need a back side camera, the USB port is not good to connect a Flash Memory for a file transfer.Can't connect it to the WiFi hotspot of an iPhone 5.
6. Acer Iconia A1-830-1633 7.9-Inch Tablet (Silver)
Acer Iconia A1-830-1633 Tablet comes with these high level Specs: Intel Atom Processor Dual-Core Z2560, Android Jelly Bean Operating System, 7.9" XGA 1024 x 768 resolution, IPS LCD with LED-backlight with integrated 5-point capacitive touch screen - supporting finger touch and image auto rotation, Integrated Power VR SGX 544MP2 Graphics, 1024MB LPDDR2 Memory, 16GB Internal Storage, 802.11b/g/n Wireless, Bluetooth 3.0, 2MP Front-facing camera, 5MP rear-facing HD camera, 1 - Micro USB 2.0 Port, Rechargeable Lithium-ion Prismatic Battery, Up to 7.5-hours Battery Life, .83 lbs. | 380g (tablet only). Intel, the Intel logo, Intel Atom and Intel Atom Inside are trademarks of Intel Corporation in the U.S. and/or other countries.
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Reviewed in the United States on July 5, 2014
Youve probably been looking at this Acer A1-830 and the Asus Memo pad 7 (android tablets) going back and forth trying to make a decision and hopefully I will help you!
Prices on both are very competitive and each has its own cons and pros depending on what YOURE looking for!
The tablet LOOKS and feels great in your hand! It is light ,but not flimsy (by no means) and it has a grey/silver metal looking (but i think its plastic) back casing and the back and the size of the tablet are comparable to the Ipad mini's design!
The screens resolution:
Its not as good as the Asus Memo 7 which is bighter and shows blacks deeper but the Acer A1 830 is BIGGER!!!
If you turn the Asus memo sideways and put it over the top of the Acer A1 830 it can almost fit two (2) Asus Memo pads side by side on top!This tablet is considerably larger (that is good or bad depending on how you want to use it)
The screen like many screens picks up finger prints unless you buy a screen protector but prints wipe off with a fiber cloth fairly easy! This is ANY TABLET SCREEN! So expect this with what ever tablet you buy!
Its pretty fast! Faster than my Nexus 1st gen (as it should be) but not as fast as the Asus memo pad 7 (2014 edition)
The Asus is VERY VERY VERY fast! This Acer is not slow by any means but you can tell that its a tad slower than the new Asus Memo pad 7!
Touch screen response:
It isnt as SENSITIVE as the Nexus or the Memo pad and unlike the Nexus AND the Memo Pad there are some apps that use the whole screen and you can NOT swipe down from the top to see your battery level or notifications. Instead you have to minimize the app that youre using to pull that top (notifications) screen down which is NOT convenient. The Nexus 7 (1st gen) and the Asus Memo pad do NOT have this issue as youre able to interact with the drop down notification screen regardless of what app youre using!
Also at times I have to touch the minimize screen a couple of times before it seems to register my touch. Minor issue but noticeable!
I have run this tablet every day ,24 hours a day for OVER A MONTH! Yes 24 7 with the exception of the battery running out on 4 occasions (completely dead) and was able to recharge it WITH NO problems or issues!
It has run with the lowest brightness setting continuously playing videos for 8 hours + which is GREAT!!!!!!!
That said.... The new Asus Memo Pad runs LONGER! I have not done a test of how many hours it runs but I will and post when I write my review (as I bought both of these tablets through Amazon/Verified)but I will say the other day I had both at 100% charge and when the Acer was at 21% the Asus was at 40% battery (running the same app/video without any interruptions)
Both this Acer and the Asus have stereo speakers and are both satisfactory, but the Asus seems to be a bit louder than this Acer. Not noticeably louder but it IS louder.
Both are similar but Asus IMO is better,smoother and has some additional perks!
Price: This is a little older than the Asus memo pad 7 (couple of months) and its cheaper (approximately $15 to $20 cheaper)
Yet Amazon had an offer for FREE movie tickets when you purchase this tablet (I dont know if thats still available)
And Asus is giving some free music downloads away as part of the purchase of the Memo Pad!
They both are different! The sizes, the materials the colors available (both available in white though)
I personally am torn between the 2 when it comes to looks! I actually like both of them very much! One I can fit in my pocket(Asus) the other I cant (This Acer)
To be honest......I dont care!(sorry people) 🙁
I havnt used the Asus's cam but the Acer Camera is satisfactory,especially in the light (none of them have a flash though)
Never lost a signal with any of my tablets!!!!!!!!
If you like size its the Acer iconia A1 830! Speed? Asus memo pad 7! If youre looking to throw this in a pocket the Asus.(memo pad is tiny smaller than the Nexus though both 7 inches)
You like the design and aspect ratio of the Ipad Mini on an Android tablet? Acer! (it is a nice looking tablet)
For an extra $20 bucks you lose about an inch of screen and gain speed and screen resolution with the Asus Memo. BUT THE SCREEN ON THIS TABLET (though not as good as the Asus) IS ABSOLUTELY FINE!
THEY ALLL (android/tablets) basically do the same thing but some are tenths of a second faster!
I say...If you like the way this tablet looks(its very nice) its size and color dont shy away form it, its a great tablet you wont be disappointed but like most things in life there are better/newer ones and just because something is "better" or works better for one person doesnt mean its better or works for YOU!
Last but not least YOU WONT FIND MANY IF ANY ANDROID TABLETS THIS SIZE this maybe the ONLY ONE!!!!
Reviewed in the United States on November 11, 2015
I have sent one back twice, and the second one three times. At present, I can't get either one to charge. I have tried it with cables from Acer, I have tried it with over dozen cables. I thought it was just the charging ports, but one time I finally got it to come up...and it still had 70% battery. I'd wager there is some motherboard charging/wake up issue.Who knows...
Every time I send it, they return it exclaiming no problem was found. Just needed a deep charge.So frustrating, as I've had them on the charger for days.I've bought brand new charging cables.Tested them with my other devices (I have an app for my Samsung devices that shows me the actual current coming in, so I can verify the cables are working.) Nothing.
My pour 6 year old son has been without his tablet 65% of the year he's owned it...you can imagine how frustrating that is. Anyways, this week, for the price I paid for these two tablets, I bought 6 Kindle Fire's.Hopefully, I'll have a better experience.
And Acer, you're dumb. I am not some neophyte who doesn't know how to charge a device. If I have cables and can charge 20+ other micoUSB devices, everything BUT your tablets. Something is wrong.As for skill level? I've replaced screens on my phones, I've replaced charging ports, I've disassembled and re-assembled my laptop.So please....
I am tired of paying good money and companies not standing by their product. So guess what, Acer, you've lost a customer. And rest assured, I won't recommend your brand to friends and family in the future. (And since I am the one most of my friends and family ask about new PCs, that's probably about 40 purchases you've lost.)
Reviewed in the United States on September 7, 2014
--------Nice quality build
--------Very crisp vivid screen
--------Nice & loud dual speakers
--------Google Play & Amazon App stores
--------Only 16GB (not that much of a problem for most, but I have TONS of music & videos)
--------Dual Core (Again, not that much of a problem)
--------Battery Life (While it's decent, it couldn't hurt if you could get a little longer use out of it)
Overall Grade: A-
7. Acer Iconia One 8 B1-810-11TV 8-Inch HD Tablet
Acer Iconia One 8 B1-810-11TV Tablet comes with these high level Specs: Intel Atom Quad-Core Processor Z3735G 1.33GHz with Intel Burst Technology up to 1.83GHz, Android KitKat Operating System, 8" HD 1280 x 800 resolution, IPS LCD with LED-backlight with integrated 10-point capacitive touch screen, Integrated Intel HD Graphics, 1GB of DDR3L Onboard Memory, 16GB Internal Storage, 802.11b/g/n Wireless, Bluetooth 4.0, 0.3MP Front-facing camera, 5MP rear-facing Full HD camera, 1 - Micro USB 2.0 Port, 1-Cell Li-Polymer Battery (4600 mAh), Up to 7-hours Battery Life, 0.75 lbs. | 340 g (NT.L7DAA.001)