Acer Iconia W3 Windows 8 Tablet Review

Acer Iconia W3 (10) Acer has the world’s first 8-inch with the Iconia W3 . The W3 is powered by Intel Atom Clover Trail 72760 chip has a dual-core processor with 2GB of RAM and a clock speed of 1.8GHz, meaning the is zippy enough to handle Windows 8 operations. 32GB or 64GB storage variants of the Iconia W3 will be available, both of which offer an extra 32GB via microSD. Meanwhile, a micro HDMI output can be found on the bottom of the along with a pair of stereo speakers.  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, 802.11a/b/g/n Wireless, Bluetooth 4.0+EDR, 2MP Rear-facing camera, 2MP Front-facing camera, 1 – Micro USB 2.0 Port, 1 – Micro-HDMI with HDCP support, 2-Cell Li-Polymer (3500 mAh) Battery, Up to 8-hours Battery Life, 1.1 lbs. – 0.50 kg ( only), Microsoft Office Home and Student 2013

The Acer W3 is a very compact Tablet, allowing user ability to hold in one hand  for easy browsing and manipulation . the down side to that is how thick the tablet is. making it feel heavy to hold after long periods of time. There is quite a bit of bloatware on the system that does hinder the tablet speed and productivity. Though some of this applications are still useful like AcerCloud, your ’s storage IS your Cloud storage with wireless access to your photos, music, videos and documents—wherever you are, on any , on all your devices! With Acer Always On technology, simply press it and it’s on and updated. While I did enjoy using the Acer W3, as a more trimmed down Windows 8 Pro tablet. It still felt sluggish and a bit of a bumpy ride. I won’t say I found on e specific thing wrong with it, but iI didn’ treally fall in love with the device, either. though the #299 price tag does help in ensure that it is still a good purchase.

  • michael joshua pabia

    nice review! it does appear slow where you needed to press the buttons twice or trice to activate..

  • Doug Mc

    Just purchased the Acer Inconia W3. First thing the Micro Chip wont eject.
    Basically stuck. I’ve been reading and this seems to a common problem.

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