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Acer Iconia Tab W510-1422 Intel Atom Z2760(1.80GHz) 10.1" 2GB Memory 64GB internal storage Tablet - Windows 8 -silver

  • Intel Atom Z2760 (1.50GHz)
  • Windows 8
  • Touchscreen
  • Integrated Graphics
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An Intel Atom processor powered device, the Acer W510 tablet revolutionizes your experience with amazing response and fluid like never before. The brand new Windows 8 operating system with 5-point multi-touch display brings a new level of interaction with your system and apps. When productivity matters, connect the tablet to the keyboard dock and enjoy comfortable, tactile typing, as well as extended battery life of up to 18 hours. Complete with Wi-Fi & Bluetooth connectivity, dual cameras and up to 3-week standby time, the Acer W510-1422 tablet keeps you connected, entertained and productive whether on the go, or relaxing on couch.

  • newegg Powerful Performance Powered by Intel Atom Z2760 dual-core, quad-thread processor and 2GB LPDDR2 800 memory, the Acer W510-1422 tablet delivers notebook-class performance so you can execute your daily operation with a new level of smooth.
  • newegg Touch. Type. View. Enjoy one device with three modes: tablet, productivity and presentation. When detached from the dock, this tablet lets you stay productive and mobile with touch convenience. Need to do some typing? Simply connect the tablet to the keyboard dock and get to it. Then twist the tablet 295° for comfortable browsing and presentation or video viewing. You can attach it to the dock with all connected peripherals for use as a fully functional PC. When docked to a keyboard, the W510 remains charged for an astonishing 18 hours at a time.
  • newegg See Your Entertainment Differently The exceptional 10.1" HD IPS display makes you feel what you see with consistent and accurate colors from wider viewing angles of up to 178°. This tablet breathes life into movies and games, lets you enjoy reading and picture editing, and is ready for all sorts of fun apps.
  • newegg Dual Camera The 8MP rear-facing camera and front-facing camera present clear, lifelike images for capturing snapshots or enjoying high-quality face-to-face chats.
  • newegg Superior Battery Life Up to 9 hours of battery life promises all-day computing and entertainment on the go. And with Acer Always On technology, the Acer W510-1666 tablet delivers up to 3 weeks of standby battery life so you can resume your workflow anytime, anywhere as you want.
  • newegg Windows 8 Windows 8 has been re-imagined to be all about you. Put what matters most right on your Start screen, and get instant access to your people, apps, sites and more, so you can spend less time searching and more time doing. Windows 8 is smooth, intuitive, and designed to let you do what you want, the way you want.


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  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 1 year
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 1 year


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  • Chad D.
  • 1/29/2014 5:29:48 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

1 out of 5 eggsVERY Disappointing

Pros: The only positive things I can say about this unit is that it has great battery life and that due to its size and weight, it's very portable.

(See "other thoughts") It makes a very nice paperweight.

Cons: The Atom Processor may be great for the battery, but Windows H8 running on it makes for a frustrating experience. Seemingly out of nowhere, the machine will just slow to a crawl for 5-10 seconds, and then resume as if nothing is happening. In my research to find a cause, I discovered that this is somewhat common with Windows on the Atom.

I tried repeatedly to create the rescue disks. No dice. I wound up having to reload the OS on this device so I did it from a DVD. Oh, but wait! When you plug a DVD drive into the dock's USB port, it's unreadable by the standard Windows H8 installer because there are no drivers. So I have this fancy dock that I can't use (no keyboard or mouse either) until I have Windows running. Since there is only one USB port on the side of the unit, it's hard to plug a DVD, keyboard AND a mouse in.. Gotta bust out the USB hub.

I then decided that I wanted to get the factory restore disks from Acer. I was annoyed that I had to pay for them, but that's the way of things these days. After I waited a few weeks for the disks to come, they didn't work - they were burned discs, not factory stamped, so it must've been a bad burn. I wish I could have just paid for them and downloaded the ISOs, but that was not an option.

I upgraded to Windows H8.1, and that fixed a few of my issues with Windows H8, but not all. The machine still seems to randomly fail to wake from sleep, although much less frequently than it did before H8.1.

The touch interface has an annoying problem that I have not encountered on other Windows H8.1 tablets. When I have a desktop app maximized and try to tap the X to close it in the upper right corner, the touchscreen will go into a strange state as though I had selected something by dragging. There is some magic spot in the extreme corner that causes this, and since I have sausage fingers, I almost always manage to hit it. If I tap the X very carefully on the extreme left edge of the button, I can make it close properly. I have only seen this happen on this unit. The Dell tablets we have at work don't have this problem.

This unit has a 32-bit processor, but only a UEFI firmware. What this means is that you're stuck with Windows H8. Since there are no UEFI 32-Bit Windows 7 available, I couldn't address my absolute despise of Windows H8 by just putting 7 on it.

Other Thoughts: I bought this unit to replace an old (2008) Macbook pro. I am typing this on the Macbook because I can't stand this unit. I bought it in September of '13 and stopped using it by November. It now sits on a shelf unused - a paper weight. I spent a little over $600 on it.. Nice paperweight, right?

Don't buy this. Please. Don't. If you really want a Windows Tablet, get one of the new 11" Dell units that are 64 bit and have quad core processors.

I would GLADLY sell this to someone for $400 just to be rid of it, WITH the 64GB SD card still inside.

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  • Chad T.
  • 10/23/2013 8:46:58 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

2 out of 5 eggsThe most aggravating computer/tablet I've ever used.

Pros: BATTERY: Impressive battery life when connected to dock. Watching a 40-minute TV show in low-medium brightness uses around 12% of dock's battery without touching the tablet's battery. If you're looking to entertain yourself on a long flight, one full charge will likely do the trick.

BOOT TIME: Quick shut-down and boot times in the order of seconds. However, restarting doesn't work...it hangs for an indefinite amount of time, requiring a forced shut-down virtually ever time (but you can work around this by shutting down completely and booting back up...much much MUCH faster).

USB, SD, HDMI: Micro USB on tablet and full USB on dock is very useful. Ditto for the integrated microSD card reader and micro HDMI port on the tablet.

WINDOWS 8: Full, non-RT version of Windows 8 lets you install any program and can be upgraded to 8.1 (just make sure you fully update Windows 8 first, or the option to upgrade won't be available).

Cons: TOUCHPAD: The touchpad is useless. Side-to-side movements aren't recognized 90% of the time until you frantically "scribble" on the pad with your finger. Up often goes down and down often goes up. Connect a mouse or use the touch screen to get around this.

TOUCH SCREEN: The touch screen is slow to respond. Everyone, including me, that uses this computer ends up tapping a selection multiple times, because they think the first one doesn't take. Tapping could take one to five seconds to actually activate a selection. Finger zooming has a similar effect, which makes it very difficult to zoom to a desired level without the immediate visual feedback.

KEYBOARD: Keyboard is OK, but it infrequently misses a key or locks onto one to creates aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa repetition.

GRAPHICS DRIVER: Graphics driver frequently fails, especially if you try to recover from sleep mode after making any changes, such as unplugging, disconnecting dock, removing USB drive, pressing a key, etc. The result is a blank, but slightly lit screen that requires a hard shut-down and reboot to correct.

WIRELESS: Some wireless connections curiously lock down the system forcing a reboot. I can't explain this, but it recurs when connecting to the same wireless network. Most signals are fine though.

ETHERNET: No Ethernet port, which is a consideration when traveling abroad (many hotels only offer a LAN connection). This is remedied with a USB-to-Ethernet adapter connected to the dock's USB port.

Other Thoughts: As a technology writer that spends a lot of time tapping away on the keyboard and testing hardware/software, this device if very frustrating. I'm considering going back to my five-year-old MSI netbook to preserve my sanity.

I think Windows 8 (and even 8.1) has a long way to go to be solid, but I don't really have a problem with the OS, aside from the obvious haphazard way Microsoft through together the desktop and modern UI modes. The 8.1 upgrade helps that, but it pushes you further onto the modern UI, especially for system settings that reduce many of the options available in Windows 7. Still, it's a workable system.

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  • Mark K.
  • 9/3/2013 11:42:53 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

3 out of 5 eggsAcer W510-1422

Pros: Nice features & if it din't mess up on BIOS update. It would be a nice tablet. Seems to be a common problem!

Cons: Memory not upgrade able, HD is specified as a SSD but it really is an eMMC and as far as I know can NOT be upgraded.

Other Thoughts: Still have not decided what to purchase for a Tablet yet!

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  • Michael B.
  • 4/18/2013 5:24:37 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: less than 1 day
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggs

Pros: Just purchased this to replace my VivoTab RT that I recently returned. An Atom based Windows 8 tablet without a doubt superior to Windows on ARM. This tablet is lighter, faster, and overall a better product than anything I've used running on Windows RT

Cons: The monitor side camera leaves a little to be desired. Speakers are also more on the low end

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  • Thomas P.
  • 4/18/2013 7:26:53 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsGreat Tablet

Pros: Light weight even with keyboard its not bad.
Windows 8 32bt not RT version. Runs Microsoft office great.
Found and installed my wireless printer during the setup.
Great tablet for the price got it on sale on Newegg so the keyboard was basically free.
Battery life is excellent and no longer need to carry my kindle.

Cons: touchpad on the keyboard is very touchy. easier to use a small mouse. I have also noticed sometimes when your typing it misses letters.
Microsoft no longer works with Google calendar to sync between smartphone and tablet.

Other Thoughts: This is a great tablet at a good price. You can set up a Hotmail account on the tablet and your phone to sync calendars. It takes a while to get used to windows 8 but that isn't a tablet issue. This tablet does everything my laptop can do and its a lot lighter.

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  • Richard A.
  • 3/31/2013 2:24:15 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsGreat multi-purpose device

Pros: Light
Good battery
Full windows OS
Microsd slot

Cons: Lack of Windows 8 Metro apps

Other Thoughts: I really think that these combo laptop/tablet devices are the way of the future. Except for folks who need powerful laptops, why have two devices? Windows 8 is a first generation hybrid OS and needs some tweaking and we need more touchscreen Windows apps, but the device itself is good. It has plenty of battery life and runs typical Windows apps fine. I added a 64g microsd card for more storage and can play dvd's on an external drive.

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  • Robert C.
  • 3/25/2013 5:47:53 AM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

3 out of 5 eggs

Pros: Fast, looks good, feels durable, excellent screen, good battery life

Cons: It crashes often, but restarts quickly, runs any programs (apps or old programs), runs my old copy of Office no problem, this does NOT come with Windows Media Center - that costs $70 to upgrade to the pro version of Windows 8, The kayboard is very expensive to buy separate and does not seem to go on sale for less than $120.

Other Thoughts: I still like this tablet, even better than my Galaxy Droid, but it has too many flaws and costs too much for a higher rating.

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  • Joshua w.
  • 3/11/2013 4:42:43 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsThis little beauty

Pros: Well What can I say I am in love. (lol) jk, but still i love this little thing. If Acer got anything right it is the w510 if you know what you purchased. So lets start by saying that the touch screen is crystal clear and very responsive, the change between tablet and dock is smooth no hang ups no glitching just smooth. The key board is the icing on the cake it is small but still fits my big hands and fingers, the touch pad is fine and responsive (other reviewers had problems my guess pushing to hard) Battery life is unreal they recommend you drain and charge three times to set the battery up and it has been almost a week and finally just had to charge it! The speed is great as well, it loads incredibly fast that little atom processor moves.

Cons: Ok the only real negative I have found thus far is, it likes to heat up when on the charger. My only regret is not springing for the w510p with window pro, really need pro for windows 8 outlook and i think it comes with a couple of extra gizmos such as case and VGA adapter if you spring the extra hundred. other than those few complaints (which are predominately with win 8) i can't find a single thing wrong with this device. I find a lot of rater's marked this device down for win and not for the device itself which window is a bit of a pain but not worth knocking this device.

Other Thoughts: so I just thought i would list what came in the box because i didn't see one.
The tablet
the keyboard dock
the micro usb adapter
a screen cleaner
the charging cable (and three prong tip)
and a little packet of warranty info and user manual
Well I am pretty sure i didn't miss anything so there ya go my run down.

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  • Charles J.
  • 2/15/2013 9:00:23 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

5 out of 5 eggsJust what I needed

Pros: I am forced by occupation to work in a Windows world. I have an iPad and a Macbook Air (bootcamped). The combination was frankly unsatisfactory. I purchased the Acer W510-1422 package on the hopes I could get by with one device that would run in a full Windows 8 environment. My expectations were framnkly set pretty low, but then so was the price. However, I was pleasantly surprised at the performance and the versatility of this package. The battery life is fantastic. Docking and undocking from the keyboard is amazingly simple. Having full Microsoft office on a tablet is irreplaceable. Plus the ability to run Android Apps via Bluestack is a real plus.

Cons: Can't find anywhere to purchase a spare charger. Trackpad is not multitouch - but I hate trackpads and rarely use them anyway.

Other Thoughts: It's no i7, but the little 2-core, 4-thread Atom easily handles everything I need a tablet/netbook for. It's not like I'm gonna be playing Crysis with it. Most of my work and play is in the cloud and frankly 99% of what I need a portable computing device for can be handled by a Chromebook.

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  • David S.
  • 1/16/2013 6:57:43 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsGreat computer and tablet

Pros: It works great as a tablet and as a computer.
*The battery life is outstanding so far. I have had it for two days and I'm still at 76%.
*Performance is great. It's almost as fast as my desktop.
*Browsing the web is great with a full desktop browser -- much better than a tablet browser where you get "mobile" versions of webpages a lot.
*Synced automatically with all my settings from my Windows 8 desktop computer. Its nice that now I can have exactly the same stuff on my desktop and tablet -- no compromises.
*The screen has a really wide viewing angle -- much better than my android tablet.
*Camera works great. Video quality is nice. Flash works.
*I can finally watch hulu on a tablet without paying for hulu plus.
*All of my old windows programs work fine so far. LibreOffice installed and works fine just like the desktop verion -- because it is the desktop version.

Cons: Minor issue with the Wifi adapter. Acer says it should connect in 2.5 seconds. More like it fails to connect in 25 seconds. I found that I have to wait about 30 seconds then connect manually. Once connected it works fine though.

Other Thoughts: *The keyboard is small but I can type on it just fine.
*The touchpad works fine for me.
*The default resolution is too high for such a small screen. In desktop applications the fonts were tiny, so I adjusted the fonts larger. Its fine for metro apps though.

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