The A1 isn't what you would describe as a good-looking tablet, but it's passable. It measures in with dimensions of 208.7x145.7x11.1mm and weighs 410g, what that means in real-world terms is that it isn't the lightest or thinnest, but it's still reasonably easy/comfortable to use with one hand.
There is a bit of an issue with the A1's plasic and bendy screen, but other than that it feels pretty well built.
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;the sizable kicker of a microSD card slot.
Two cameras are still the exception for 7 or 8-inch tablets. It is nice that Acer acts as a role model with the 5.0 megapixels (2560x1920 pixels) main camera at the back and the 0.3 megapixels(640x480 pixels) camera at the front.The quality of the main camera is decent. Details are sharp when you zoom in, the contours are not blurry and the colors are vibrant.
The color accuracy is not very good however. The flowers on the pictures are actually violet. The front camera is really a backup solution for video calls.
The Acer Iconia A1-810 screen is a dead-heat specs-wise with Apple's IpAD mini, both offering a 7.9-inch LED-backlit IPS LCD capacitative touchscreen, and 16M colours at a resolution of 768x1024 pixels (162ppi).
The performance is obviously sufficient for casual games like Angry Birds: Star Wars. The touchscreen and the position sensor reacted very precisely and executed our inputs without delays.
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