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Acer Iconia W510-1666 10.1-Inch 64 GB Tablet (Silver)

Acer Iconia W510-1666 10.1-Inch 64 GB Tablet (Silver)
Acer Iconia W510-1666 10.1-Inch 64 GB Tablet (Silver)


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Acer Iconia W510-1666 10.1-Inch 64 GB Tablet (Silver)

Acer Iconia W510-1666 Tablet comes with these high level Specs: Intel Atom Dual-Core Processor Z2760, Windows 8, 10.1-Inch HD 1366 x 768 resolution high-brightness (350-nit) Acer CrystalBrite LED-backlit TFT LCD, 5-Point multi-touch screen, supporting finger touch and image auto rotation, Intel Graphics Media Accelerator with 64MB of dedicated system memory, High-definition audio support, 2048MB of LPDDR2 800 MHz Onboard memory chip support , 64GB Internal Storage, Acer Invilink Nplify 802.11a/b/g/n Wi-Fi Certified , Bluetooth 4.0+HS, 8MP Rear-facing HD camera, 2MP Front-facing HD camera, 1 – Micro USB 2.0 Port, 1 – Micro-HDMI with HDCP support, 2-Cell Li-Polymer (3540 mAh) Battery, Up to 9-hours Battery Life, 1.27 lbs. 0.58 kg (tablet only)The 10.1″ Acer ICONIA W510 is an ultra-responsive HD tablet that delivers an incredible hands-on experience in a lightweight device that’s smaller than a magazine. Featuring an Intel® Atom™ Processor, the W510 runs on the new Windows 8 operating

  • Windows 8, 10.1-inch Touch Display
  • Intel Atom Dual-Core Processor Z2760 (1.5GHz)
  • 64 GB Internal Memory, 2 GB RAM Memory
  • Up to 9 hours of battery life, 802_11_BGN wireless

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  1. 18 of 18 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Great WIndows 8 tablet at a budget, December 7, 2012
    By 
    Luminus
    This review is from: Acer Iconia W510-1666 10.1-Inch 64 GB Tablet (Silver) (Personal Computers)

    Note that this review is actually for the 32gb, not 64gb version. (64gb just have more space obviously, though they do install a backup partition which wastes a lot of it back…so if you are savvy enough you might want to get rid of that and make your own recovery DVD/flash drive instead.)

    Ok, used this Acer W510 tablet reasonably extensively throughout the weekend….here’s my layman’s impression of the tablet (not Win8….you can read about changes in the OS elsewhere). I’d imagine the other atom-based tablets have similar performance, etc. I’ve also upgraded this tablet to pro (using the build-in add feature support in Win8). So that I can get media center. This should have no impact on what I say other than yours won’t have media center on it. Pro doesn’t have anything that makes the OS faster (if anything, slower from the extra features.)

    Note that this machine has all windows update applied to it. I’m betting without it it’ll likely crash a lot more.

    Build:
    Looks well-built and solid. Chassis is definitely plastic but it doesn’t look plastic-y. Choice of white-matt brim on front is a bit weird if you ask me, but it isn’t bad. Back is painted silver, but not the type that attracts fingerprint, which is nice. Speaker is very loud for a tablet, though not high quality. Also in a very bad location, pretty much on lower left/right side where your hand normally would muffle it if you are holding it. Note that this thing is supposedly thinner and lighter than the newest ipad, though I think the wide-screen ratio makes it feel a bit heavier if held with one hand.

    Screen:
    Whoever said the display is matt….nope, it’s very shiny. Definitely glares in the sun, but looks nice and sharp. Resolution is 1366×768. It may not be retina-display level of DPI, but at regular-viewing distance, I think ppl would be hard-pressed to say the pixels are too big. Pictures look nice and sharp to me. Good enough viewing angle too to watch while laying flat on table.

    Storage (note again mine is the 32gb version):
    32gb in total, which as others have point out, OS takes up a chunk. ~10gb for OS plus some default apps excluding office. Office trial is like 2gb, which I uninstalled right away. Then there’s ~2gb for virtual memory and 2gb for hibernation file, so that’s around 14-15gb gone from the get go. For those that thinks the remaining 17gb isn’t enough though, I tried my best to fill it with all the app that looks remotely decent in store, and I still have 3gb left. Just as a count, I installed:

    - 6 productivity/connectivity apps (e.g. Lync, Skype)
    - 7 video apps (e.g. Netflix, Hulu+, ABC player, youtube player…..)
    - 4 music apps (e.g. iHeartRadio, Slacker, Shazam….)
    - 5 shopping apps (e.g. newegg, ebay, amazon, digital folio)
    - 10 drawing/photo apps (e.g. Autodesk Sketchbook, Fresh Paint, PhotoFUnia….)
    - 6 cooking/food apps (e.g. Cookbook, Allrecipes, epicurious, Urbanspoon, FoodGraphic (3rd-party yelp)…)
    - 28 news apps (e.g. WSJ, ABC news, NBC news, Fox news, New York Times, Stumbler, Wonderwall, engadget…)
    - 7 book/reading apps (e.g.kindle, Kobo, wikipedia…)
    - 19 games (just about every XBox Live game on it right now…including Fruit Ninja, Cut the Rope, Angry Birds Star Wars, Angry Birds Space, Pinball FX2, Hydro Thunder Hurricane…)
    - 10 miscellaneous apps (e.g. Evernote, Skitch, a calculator, a weird app that makes spa-ish nature sounds….)

    So if you don’t think there’s enough space for more than a handful of apps….I think you’ll be surprised how much you can fit.

    For some additional ideas on how big some apps are (Win8 has a handy list showing app apps you installed and how big they are):

    Biggest apps on my machine (usually games):

    - Reckless Racing Ultimate – 569mb
    - Hydro Thunder Hurricane – 462mb
    - ilomilo plus – 393mb
    - 4 Elements II Special Edition – 291mb
    - Mail, CLander, People, and MEssaging – 237mb

    Majority of apps tend to be more like 20mb each. e.g. most news, photo apps, drawing apps, etc. Only 15 apps out of my giant list above is bigger than 100mb. So, is 32gb good enough? I’d say it’s at least a usable size. Don’t forget you can store your docs / videos / etc. on the microSD card (though I haven’t tested it….my card is on backorder.) This is also one area where this really shines for me over an ipad….being able to save stuff to file system, and having apps be able to acess the file system. On my ipod touch, it used to drive me nuts figuring out how to get proprietary files not supported on itune to apps I want to view a document/file in, since apps don’t seem to share storage space. Now I can just save the files on the file system and have various apps be able to access it.

    General Performance:

    As long as you stay in the win8 modern UI, everything’s fast and…

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  2. 6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Awesome, could have been perfect, just know what your buying, December 14, 2012
    By 
    Kyle “cylem” (Brighton, MI) –
    This review is from: Acer Iconia W510-1666 10.1-Inch 64 GB Tablet (Silver) (Personal Computers)

    Great tablet, doesn’t feel cheap at all, sure its plastic but it feels high quality. The design is somewhat reminiscent of the first generation Ipad, kind of a more flat edged design instead of curving which I like better. Don’t be afraid of the Atom and 2gb of memory, it breezes through the new windows 8 interface perfect, switching apps and all the other gestures. games I’ve been trying to test half life didn’t run so great, flatout ran alright, crayon physics works great especially with the touchscreen and the windows store app games seem to work fine though they have a couple comparability issues (nothing android doesn’t have) this isn’t by any means meant for any type of windows gaming though you should be able to get old games that worked on netbooks going.

    The normal windows desktop interface acts about as easily as all the windows 7 touchscreen computers (the few that are out there) worked, kinda clunky. It’s not going to open things up as fast as an i3 or i5 system but there’s only a momentary delay when going through like control panel and all that stuff. Overall it should get you through smaller tasks using it as a normal computer, I wouldn’t really suggest using it as a main computer though unless your just doing like Photoshop elements or web browsing or Microsoft office.

    As for ports, I wish they tried to be a little more desktop like than smartphone like, it has a micro hdmi which I can live with but it also has micro sdhc (not micro sdxc so it only supports up to 32gb) instead of a full size sd slot, and a micro usb instead of a usb slot (it comes with a micro usb to regular usb converter though). These aren’t deal breakers though. It has bluetooth so you can use wireless mice and keyboards without the dongle.

    Another point to pay attention to is that the keyboard attachment doesn’t appear to be sold separately at this time. I’m sure in the future you will be able to find them but I’ve had no luck yet.

    Overall the new tablet interface on windows 8 is great and it works awesome, If you want this thing to work just like windows 8 RT you can, but you can switch to desktop mode and use it like any other computer if you want it is an awesome idea and works. Get ready to learn how to use windows again because it is ALOT different, I’ve been using windows since 95 , work in the field, and I’ve been scratching my head on how to do things and had to look them up, so google has been my friend.

    Battery is great on the system it looks like I can get the expected 8-9 hours of general use out of it. The screen is the average 1366×768 but on a 10 inch screen this is perfectly fine, text is easy to read and the interface looks great on it, viewing angles are awesome.

    Overall if you are like me and want a tablet, but something that in a pinch you could use as a full blown computer this is great for you, especially if you get the keyboard dock. I highly recommend it, try to find the 32gb version on sale for $400 in places, its an awesome deal.

    UPDATE:
    Speakers are great I forgot to mention, They are a smidge better than my previous Sony tablet, you get a decent amount of volume out of them. Also I would like to mention something I noticed between this and the higher powered tablets is no moving parts here, the other tablets with i3 and i5′s in them need a fan to exhaust but the atom need no vent :)

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  3. 5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great Little Win 8 Tablet, December 11, 2012
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    This review is from: Acer Iconia W510-1666 10.1-Inch 64 GB Tablet (Silver) (Personal Computers)

    Overall I have really enjoyed the product. Here is my experience and overall opinion on w510 and Win 8.

    Product Design

    I have looked at several Win 8 tablets. I chose w510 for the portability and lightness. In terms of construction/build quality I would say it’s between the Samsung Ativ Smart PC and the Asus Vivo Tab. The Samsung is the worst quality out of any Win 8 tablet. It’s really cheap and you can easily bend the tablet (compared to better quality tablets on the market). I like the w510 unique design of the white rubbish trim around the outside. Overall I’m very happy with the design and quality. No problems here.

    Performance

    There are a lot concerns about the Intel Atom processor not being powerful enough. I don’t understand these concerns. The Atom does everything I need and more. The Intel never seems to slow down my experience using Win 8. If you understand the intent of this product, then you will understand the Intel Atom is more than enough. I can wirelessly stream 1080p .mkv videos from my network and it plays beautifully. I use Photoshop, Dreamweaver, and Illustrator on a regular basis and the Atom handles of these programs fine. Is it super lighting fast….no it’s (w510) not a $2,000 quad core desktop. Being a web and mobile app designer, it works perfect. I can open files that have 50+ layers and there are no problems. If you do high res print work then there might be a little strain (such as 100+ layer file with 3000×5000 300dpi canvis). Since I’m a digital designer there is no problem having an Atom chip as my processor. Yes I am now using this as my everyday machine. For me Atom delivers on the performance!

    Battery

    The battery is excellent. It’s quite amazing to get 8.5hrs of use out of a full blown Windows device. Enough said there.

    Final Thoughts

    The w510 really surprised me. It’s good for traveling, reading, productivity, casual gaming, and watching videos. The Win 8 apps (from Microsoft) that come with it (or any other Win 8 tablet) kind of suck. There are better apps in the marketplace to replace apps such as video player, pdf app, etc. I really enjoy the new Win start screen and being able to use older applications through desktop mode. It’s fast and fun to use. I recommend an Intel Atom based tablet to anyone with similar uses that I have (Photoshop, Word, internet, causal gaming, .mkv videos, emails). I’m glad I didn’t go with a core I-series processor. That would have been a little too much for me. So I am really happy with Win 8 and the w510. For the next evolution of PC computing, it’s been super fantastic!

    P.S. I ordered this tablet through Microsoft’s online store during Cyber Monday. There was $100 off the retail price ($499.99). So I got a full fledged tablet computer for $423 out the door. That’s the same price as I paid for my last tablet (The original Asus Transformer)!

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