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Pros: Really fast when it's there
Cons: Hit and miss - it was not an easy setup, but once I got the driver from the included disk installed I was really pleased. It is on a newer Asus AM3+ motherboard with a Phenom II Black Quad & Win 7 Pro 64. Half the time I will plug in my USB 3 external hard drive and it just won't show up at all although the card is still showing in the DM. A real head scratcher. Problems are not what I thought I was buying.
Other Thoughts: The price was pretty good. I guess if given the choice I would spend a little more and get a more dependable product.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: iView-785TPC Android Tablet 8" - Quad Core 1GB RAM 8GB Flash Android 4.2
Pros: Fast CPU! If everything in this tablet had kept working it would have been an excellent unit for the money!
Cons: The wireless was weak then it stopped working all together. Audio was exactly the same - it just completely stopped working.
Other Thoughts: When I initially opened the box and charged this unit I was really pleased. It was fast, and worked great! After three days use the wireless and then the audio just stopped working. I sent this back for a refund today - just hoping I get my money back.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Has just the right combination of specs. I'm just thankful that Acer (one of a small number of mfgs that) didn't go exclusively Windows 8 (which makes Vista look magnificent) and still offers new models with Windows 7 (the best OS MS has released to date). Not all of us live on Facebook and Twitter and actually need to get actual work done. Kudos Acer!
Cons: Not much. I usually replace the stock 5400RPM drive with a WD Black 7200RPM anyway, and double the RAM, but sheesh we could have used a little more clock speed. But really, with the upgrades, it does a very good job!
Other Thoughts: Really, the choice of Windows 7 machines is very, very tiny, so I honestly appreciate Acer very much for keeping 7 on some. 7 has almost 48% market share STILL, and Win 8 barely 6% - it's pretty apparent it's a total dud. Heck, after all these years WinXP still has 32%!READ FULL REVIEW