Summary: When looking for a new tablet I wanted something versatile, and this is that. Buy a mini-memory card and USB hub and this thing will work great. The real windows on it is icing on the cake. Granted this is NOT my main work computer, and I'm not a gamer. This works great as bridge between the office and home. You can do work on it and have fun to.
Summary: This is the best thing since sliced bread. I love it because it is linked to my windows 8 laptop. No matter where I go I have my stuff with me. I am just now trying the hulu app. I am very happy that I bought this.
Summary: I bought this tablet for my wife for Christmas she just loves this tablet and uses it with the keyboard dock and without the dock. no major problems so far with the tablet. wish I had bought one for myself.
Summary: Easy to us, lots of features. Has recurring problem with the sound driver following systems updates, Acer say's it's not the tablet, it is Microsoft updates; either way, the user has to deal with it because it automatically updates.
Summary: THIS TABLET HAS JUST ABOUT EVERYTHING ONE NEEDS FOR A FAMILY FRIENDLY DEVICE. IT TAKES GREAT PICTURES, HAS GREAT APPS FOR EDITING AND PLAYING WITH THEM. IT HAS OFFICE FOR WORD PROCESSING ETC. IT IS RESPONSIVE AND RELATIVELY FAST FOR INTERNET , EMAIL, SKYPE. THERE ARE MANY APPS PRE-LOADED AND MANY MORE TO DOWNLOAD. NO REGRETS AND WOULDN'T HESITATE TO PURCHASE ANOTHER.
Summary: This tablet has met all my expectations. It is my first touch screen which requires some effort to manage, but I found with a little practice it was easy to operate. The screen is clear, bright, with good resolution. It appears to be of good quality, however I have not had very long nor used it extensively since its primary use is for travel, therefore long term reliability can not be commented on at this time.
Summary: Only reason I purchased this type of tablet is because I needed it to run Adobe Flash for someones online school. (x86) I hate Windows and Windows 8 but it works just fine. Someday I will take it back from its user and liberate it with Linux. Someday.