Acer Iconia Tab A1-810

  • Acer Iconia Tab A1-810
75
Based on 29 scores, 57 reviews available
  • Excellent:
    4
  • Good:
    15
  • Average:
    2
  • Bad:
    8

Pros:

  • Very little bloatware.
  • Good features and performance for price.

Cons:

  • Mediocre display.
  • 4:3 aspect screen looks larger than 16.9.

Expert reviews and ratings

By micromart.co.uk on 60

The Iconia A1's 7.9" screen is one of the largest in this test – only the Archos is bigger – and its £163 inc. VAT price is one of the lowest in the group.It's a tempting proposition, and the resolution of 768 x 1,024 is decent too – it matches the more...

By ITP.net on 100

Useful budget device that, while not as good as the more expensive iPad mini, punches above its weight...

By CoolSmartphone on -

The 7-8″ tablet market is a rather competitive one, with Apple and Asus at the top of the pile. The iPad Mini and the Google Nexus 7 are undoubtedly the market leaders and there are many other manufacturers trying to get in on the action, Acer,...

By businessspectator.com.au on -

Apple's rivals are packing an extra inch to go head-to-head with the iPad mini, but Acer's 7.9-inch Iconia A1-810 asks you to sacrifice a lot in return for the extra screen real estate.When you pick up the $249 Iconia A1 it doesn't make a great first...

By PC Pro on 50

An attractive price, but a poor screen and mediocre real-world performance put paid to this tablet's...

By CoolSmartphone on -

I do love a good hand sized tablet, which is probably why I use my Nexus 7 every single day and also why I’m probably going to get the new Nexus 7 when it appears in this country. Can an alternative manufacturers offering tempt me away from the...

By itproportal.com on 80

It's hard to think of a single way in which the Iconia A1-810 could be called outstanding. The screen is fine, performance adequate and battery life perfectly acceptable. It looks and feels like a solid budget tablet, and you won't convince anyone that...

By Expert Reviews on 80

The best 4:3 Android tablet for those on a budget, but the Nexus 7 is still superior...

By Pocket-lint on 80

Even though the Acer Iconica A1-810 connects via Wi-Fi only - for 3G connectivity look at the A1-811 - it delivers plenty for its £175 price tag. It's that price point that really works its magic, as this tablet is much like an...

By Good Gear Guide on 75

The Acer Iconia A1-810 is a low-cost, 7.9in Android tablet that shares many similarities to the Apple iPad mini. There's a few compromises including a below average screen and a thick design, but the Iconia A1 performs reasonably well overall and...

By Kitguru.net on 90

The Iconia A1 is a great option for those people looking for a competitively priced low-end tablet and we’re willing to forgive the less than perfect screen considering the price point!...

By androidheadlines.com on -

We have the new Acer Iconia A1 tablet in hand. It was announced last month as going on sale in June for $199. So we're going to keep that pricing in mind as we review it. The Iconia A1 is one, if not the first, tablet using a 4:3 ratio. Now we are...

By NotebookCheck on 83

Acer offers a well- balanced tablet with the Iconia A1-810 that can compete with big competitors like the Google Nexus 7 and the Amazon Kindle Fire HD 7 in regard to the performance, price and features. Photography enthusiasts will be happy with the...

By cnet on 60

The Acer Iconia A1-810 goes low on price, but the Google Nexus 7 costs about the same and is still the tablet to get with its sharper screen and more comfortable...

By PC Advisor on 80

The budget Android tablet market is a brilliant arms race. The Acer Iconia A1 is right in the mix as one of the best tablets in terms of value for money. If you're looking for something to surf the web, use social networks and watch videos on the A1 merits consideration. The fact that it has a microSD card slot makes it a really attractive tablet for £149.

By theregister.co.uk on -

It may look like one, but the Acer A1 is no iPad Mini. For a lot of folk, though, that in itself is a benefit. Android buffs seeking an eight-inch tablet have few other choices than the A1, and the iPad Mini is obviously not among them. And, it has to...

By TrustedReviews on 80

The Acer Iconia A1 has a bunch of minor problems. Its entry-level IPS screen is ageing badly, it doesn’t have as much power on tap as its ‘quad-core’ processor may suggest and it’s a bit heavy.

By AsiaOne on 60

The Acer Iconia A1 is not an eye-catching tablet. Then again, the same can be said of other budget Android tablets.The plastic body is no surprise. But what sets it apart from the other tablets is the white rear and silver border. The bezel around the...

By Good Gear Guide on -

Android tablets have generally flattered to deceive when compared to Apple's iPad juggernaut, but the 7in Google Nexus 7 proved it was possible to produce a desirable device at a competitive price. Acer is aiming to do exactly that with the Iconia...

By Ubergizmo on -

Acer didn’t just show two Windows 8 machines today, the Aspire R7 and the Aspire P3, but they also took a moment to give its new Android tablet, the Iconia A1, its own moment in the sun. The Acer Iconia A1 features a 7.9-inch display with IPS...