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This review is from: Aluratek ADMPF114F 14" 1366 x 768 Digital Photo Frame with 512MB Built-in Memory
Pros: It's big.
Cons: The color is probably the worst I've seen. The color is mushy (the best non-profane description I can muster) and contrast is either far too high or far too low.
Other Thoughts: Image quality is important to me and I'm returning it. It earns a single egg only because I'm not allowed to select 0 eggs.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Windows 8.
Cleverly designed stand.
Includes Bluetooth keyboard.
Includes a case that doubles as a portable stand.
Cons: Nonexistent support from Acer.
Idiotic settings that cause the Wi-Fi to stop working every 10 minutes.
Other Thoughts: After two weeks with the tablet, I was ready to demand a refund because what is arguably the most important function for a tablet (Wi-Fi connectivity) was unreliable to the point of being unusuable. It lost Wi-Fi connectivity even 10 minutes or so, which required me to reset the adapter.
Ideally, the solution would be to contact Acer but the suggestions I received by e-mail were to perform the tasks that I had already done. I had, of course, covered my troubleshooting basics in my message to Acer.
Then I tried an online chat. Thirty minutes after I submitted the request, I was still waiting for a response.
In the meantime, I had visited the chat section of the Acer website. Someone had asked a similar question and more than 100 responses followed, some from people who reported the same problem but had been told by Acer that there is no problem and some from people who offered suggestions.
The solution is relatively simple: Some fool at Acer decided that it would be a good idea for the tablet to shut off the Wi-Fi adapter to save power. So you get a tablet that has a longer battery life but it useless for most of what you'll want a tablet to do.*
Although I'm not at all impressed by Acer's quality control, logic, or customer service, I'll still give the tablet 4 eggs. Once you get it running, it works well.
*The solution involves digging far down into the power settings and de-selecting the option to turn the Wi-Fi adapter off to save power. For details, visit the Acer website and search the community discussion board's tablet section.