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Acer TI OMAP 4430, dual-core ARM Coretex-A9 1GHz 1GB 8GB SSD 21.5" Touchscreen All-in-One PC Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) DA220HQL (UM.WD0AA.A02)
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  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 1 year
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  • Dmitriy T.
  • 1/6/2015 11:53:01 AM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsMedia Kiosk

Pros: This is a replacement. First unit came in dead: no response to touch. Replacement took a little longer due to holidays, but it was 100% free, thank you Newegg. Price was the major factor, I took some risk, and it played out quite well. I've mounted the unit on the wall (VESA mount), and it acts as Media Kiosk: video playback (mostly youtube, but flash works fine too), minor internet surfing, 21.5" picture frame (with an app), clock, calendar... pretty much it. Oh, and Skype. I disabled most Google media junk, downloaded RAM root manager, and it woks just fine. At times it can get a bit sluggish, but by no means this is a replacement for my gaming rig, so I don't really care. Picture is sharp enough. Monitor is highly reflective, so wall VESA with some flexibility is a great solution. Wi-Fi, wireless keyboard (use a lot) and mouse (never use). Very responsive to touch. Google Speech operated. Just like my phone has 5 swipe screens. Can be security locked with cable and password. Can be connected to RS-232 Ethernet jack. Sound is not supreme, but all right, not worth then from med-range lap-top. Got some firmware updates from Acer, nothing major. Quick reboot time. Fairly light, well built. A lot of fun to operate, very entertaining. Has 2 USB ports (one used for wireless keyboard) and built in micro SD slot, so you can go a long way in means of available memory if need be.

Cons: Doesn't support full range of Bluetooth devices, although would be supreme with a set of Bluetooth speakers. Not lightning fast, sometimes (rarely) apps freeze (that's Android to you), not much RAM (I would say barely enough). But I got it cheap.... way under any competition, if there actually would be any. And it does what I want it to. Great buy.

Other Thoughts: #Spoiler: Got it for under $200. It absolutely doesn't stand up to touchless All-In-One $400 Lenovo & HP models, but for the price its an absolute delight with very minor learning curve. No, I would not get open box product, been the one RMA-ing my first delivery of this unit... but to me this was one of the best buys...hm... ever! Very pleased.

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2 out of 5 eggsMedicore

Pros: Works as touchscreen monitor... sort of. Runs Android... sort of.

Cons: As an Android tablet this unit is very poor. It's slow, it's laggy and its running an a very old version of Android and the manufacture abandoned this hardware just a couple of months after it was released. You will not be able to run much of anything made within the last 2 years on this - app support is very limited.

I also use this as a secondary screen for my Windows PC - in that role it is OK, but it's a very mediocre monitor and the touch screen aspect is limited in terms of the number of points you can use (how many fingers) and its slow to respond.

Other Thoughts: Overall if you get this really cheap and need a cheap touchscreen monitor and want something that you can do some very basic tasks on, this will work. But you need to keep your expectations very low. This is an old unsupported version of Android and the manufacture abandoned support for this almost the day after it came out - so the experience will not improve and will only get worse.

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  • Anonymous
  • 3/10/2014 6:11:42 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

5 out of 5 eggsAlong with a Real PC it can't be beat

Pros: Great design. Can't believe what it's capable of. Wish it had been fully developed and realized, but with a good computer attached to it and the touchscreen enabled (doh-that long USB cable that looks like the one to about any cellphone .once attached. enables the touchscreen for a PC) Great resolution..Works with MOGA! Gameplay isn't Horrible but ..it is what it is.

Cons: Slow Cortex-9 processor. Should have had an S4 320 Pro or better. Came with a dead HDMI cable

Other Thoughts: Not sure if it actually makes phone calls, but that would be cool (Skype or others don't seem to connect)

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  • Travis S.
  • 2/11/2014 9:11:28 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: less than 1 day
  • Verified Owner

1 out of 5 eggsnon-responsive touch

Pros: It sounded cool

Cons: It doesn't work! Powered on and stuck at language selection with NO method to proceed. I should know better than to purchase something if there is even one DOA or early fail review.

Other Thoughts: I had high hopes for this unit. Acer comes up with some innovative devices but they often seem a bit unfinished.

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  • Anonymous
  • 2/5/2014 10:20:11 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month

3 out of 5 eggsNice unit for what it does

Pros: Nice "portable" unit, can be used as a monitor, runs Android 4.0, mountable, screen resolution viewable and works as advertised

Cons: OB speakers low quality, not enough memory, doesn't support app orientation, lag running some apps

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  • Craig M.
  • 12/8/2013 11:28:23 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

2 out of 5 eggsTwo many failures

Pros: Good screen resoultion. Stock Android with access to the Play store

Cons: The touch screen failed on the first unit I received within a week. Newegg completed a RMA and the second unit stopped booting after two weeks.

Other Thoughts: I have had to send the second unit back to Acer for warranty repair. I really want this to work but am disappointed with the quality of the "new in box" units.

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  • Eric W.
  • 11/18/2013 8:58:25 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

1 out of 5 eggsterribly slow

Pros: Interesting format for an android device. Android shows lots of potential on this large of a screen and something like google maps or shopping/browsing would be great on this large touchscreen. I thought it would make a great wallmount computer for the kitchen.

Cons: Terribly slow and choppy. I'm shocked that it is this bad with 1+GHz and 1GB. I'm guessing it is overtaxed with rendering the screen, but the cortex CPU only seems to appear in low-end android devices, so using it here is just bad design.

The netflix app is unusable for browsing, chrome takes far too long to scroll. Maps registers spurious touches when trying to pinch zoom. Several parts of the interface suffer from responding seconds after input, often leading to unintended touches.

The system reset itself several times, but this might be the fault of the included acer mouse+keyboard (which are not well integrated into android e.g. the pause button won't pause netflix.) Wake from sleep with the keyboard takes several seconds.

Other Thoughts: Wish it had a tegra or something that could handle this much graphics output. It could even be a bit smaller and more expensive given the pricing on 10in tablets. As it is, I can't imagine anybody being patient enough to use this (I once had a linux desktop with 256MB ram and 300MHz pentium III with a 21in CRT that was snappier than this, but that had a real (if only 8MB) graphics card.)

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  • Tony M.
  • 7/2/2013 12:25:58 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsLove it, wish it were Jelly Bean

Pros: HDMI input, great color and brightness (overall great screen), great viewing angle, very well designed wireless keyboard even if you don't need it. Strong wifi reception. Thin! 1/3 the thickness of my less-smart Acer PC monitors. Can be rooted if you're into that.

Cons: A bit sluggish in UI, ICS instead of JB - that's why one star knocked off. Two point multi-touch instead of 5 or 10. Doesn't have a traditional monitor stand. Kind of heavy compared to a regular monitor due to the touch screen glass.

Other Thoughts: Don't think of it as a big tablet, think of it as a smart display you hang on the wall or set on the kitchen counter. There are so many things you can do with this - media client, wall mounted digital picture frame, uPNP renderer, mirror, streaming video such as Netflix, game system, home personal fitness system, home automation, video conferencing, and more. It just takes some imagination! This works great in tight places where you don't need a full PC but want to consume Internet or media. You don't have to use the keyboard and mouse either. I'm wall-mounting mine.

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