Summary: - Acer may have been one of the first to the market with a low cost tablet to feature the full Windows operating system but being first isn't always the best. The tablet offers middling performance due to an older processor which exhibits lag in space.
Excerpt: Billed as "the world's first 8-inch Windows tablet," the Acer Iconia W3 is proof that getting there first isn't always the most important achievement. The W3 puts size and portability ahead of most everything else -- but not always to its advantage.
Conclusion: It's difficult to judge this tablet as a competitor with any other similar solution since it basically stands alone in the field right this minute. While Acer has brought forth a relatively decent effort in the 10.1-inch space for tablets with the transforming Acer Iconia W510 , it's here that the...
Summary: Being the first 8-inch Windows 8 tablet means Acer has set a precedent not only to itself but to other companies who want to deliver the same kind of device in the future. The Acer Iconia W3 may not be the best Windows 8 tablet out there, but seeing how it’s the only 8-inch tablet available, it’s...
Summary: Pocket-Windows. Acer offers a small tablet (8.1-inch) with standard Windows (no RT version) for 329 Euros (~$433) and Microsoft Office 2013 (Home and Student) as a free addition. Our review will reveal whether the Iconia W3-810 is a universal and compact companion or Acer had to make drastic cuts...
Pros: Full Windows 8, x86 applications can be executed, MS Office 2013 (Home and Student) for free, Good battery runtimes, Recovery DVD, Windows 8 works well on a small tablet. You get a versatile tablet for small money. Battery runtimes are also decent.
Cons: No IPS panel, Bad viewing angle stability, Limited storage, Device warms up too much, Bad WLAN reception, A better display would be nice. The 32 GB storage is also very limited.
Summary: The Acer Iconia W3-810 is a very portable tablet, considering the size in the body and the 8-inch screen, but takes up much more space when connected to the docking full-size keyboard, which certainly is very useful, but it also increases the size reducing their practicality.
Pros: Memoria interna; RAM; Porta HDMI; Office Suite.
Cons: Quality rear camera, No SIM card slots; Docking sold separately, No GPS.
Summary: If you don't need the full WIndows experience, consider the $300 iPad mini , which has a brighter screen and weighs .4 less, or the $399 Samsung Galaxy Note 8 , which comes with a stylus and a slew of powerful note-taking apps.
Summary: Introduction Experience Windows 8 on hands, with all new Acer Iconia W3-810 tablet , in a pocket friendly budget. The gadget is handy and lightweight, not going dead before 9 hours. The device makes an allowance for office 2013 home and student.