Acer has come up with yet another tablet in the Android product line as they have announced Iconia Tab A1-811 sporting the 8-inch touchscreen display, nothing less than 720p HD display.
Acer Iconia A1: specs at a glance
There's a decent 7.9-inch screen, with a reasonable resolution of 768x1024 pixels (162ppi); 5MP camera and a VGA front-facing camera; 1GB RAM; 1.2GHz processor; Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean; 16GB of internal storage and the sizable kicker of a microSD card slot.
The Iconia A1 has a five-megapixel rear camera as well as a 1.3-megapixel version on the front for video chat and selfies. A rear camera is a rarity in a budget tablet, although the sensor is still only capable of taking basic stills. The lens is a fixed-focus affair and there's no flash, so low light shooting it practically out of the question, and even in bright light there's a lack of detail. It also had a tendency to over-expose images, even with just a small amount of light, making indoor photography a challenge.
Acer has abandoned its attempts to tweak Android, and stuck with the default version of Jelly Bean 4.2.2 for the A1. It's the latest version of Android, so you get access to features like multiple user accounts, separate pull-down drawers for settings and notifications and the Google Now search assistant. The only major addition is a set of programmable gesture commands, which can wake the tablet from standby and launch right into a particular app. We used it for jumping straight into the web browser, but snap-happy Iconia owners could set it to load the Camera app instead.
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