Acer Iconia Tab W510

  • Acer Iconia Tab W510
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Based on 49 scores, 84 reviews available
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    5
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Acer’s W510 consists of a 10.1-inch Active Matrix TFT Color LCD operating at 1,366 x 768 with full touchscreen support. It’s powered by a dual-core, four-thread Intel Atom Z2760 processor clocked at 1.8Ghz, 2GB of RAM, 64GB of internal flash storage, 802.11 a/b/g/n Wi-Fi, NFC and Bluetooth 4.0 +HS.

Expert reviews and ratings

By TechSpot on 75

Hybrids are the optimal home for Windows 8 as both aspects of the OS are in use and get to shine as they were designed to. That brings us to the Acer Iconia W510 hybrid tablet, which can be essentially converted into a full-fledged PC with its keyboard dock - no Windows RT here, folks.

By tech.uk.msn.com on 60

The Acer Iconia W510 is more a reinvention of the netbook than a one-stop-shop solutions to your computing needs. Only buy this machine if you're okay using a very small computer and if you've no love for...

By Whathifi.com on 60

Considering its price, there's not much to recommend the W510 over cheaper, better quality units unless the keyboard is a must. See all our tablet reviews Follow whathifi.com on Twitter Join us on Facebook Find us on...

By InfoWorld on 78

After my middling feelings about Acer's Iconia W700 , the Iconia W510 comes as a nice surprise. It's in roughly the same vein as the HP Envy X2 : a tablet PC that docks into a keyboard, with batteries in both the keyboard and main unit. The Envy is...

By wpcentral.com on -

Windows 8 tablets are a great option for those wanting portable, compact options for their computing needs. We've taken a look at the Samsung ATIV Smart PC and now we turn our sights on the Acer Iconia W510 tablet.The Acer is a smidgen smaller than the...

By Tom's Hardware on -

In my original draft of this story, I thought the W510 was two steps away from our highest honor. The company needed to adjust pricing to $500 instead of $600, and it needed to fix the keyboard. At that lower price point, there was an argument to be made...

By APC Magazine on 80

Acer It might not be quite as cheap as the most affordable Windows RT tablets, but Acer is definitely aiming for thinner wallets with this Windows 8-powered hybrid. Bought without the keyboard it'll set you back around $700,...

By goldfries.com on -

Having used the device for a good month or 2, this Windows 8 Hybrid tablet is probably my favorite Windows 8 tablet so far, and for many reasons. This review was made possible by Acer Sales And Services Sdn Bhd The W510 is a Windows 8 tablet powered...

By Wired UK on 60

The Acer Iconia W510 is a good-looking tablet with a securely fastening dock on the accompanying keyboard that gives you instant laptop capability. It has a good array of ports and full-fat Windows 8 but it's let down badly by its underpowered...

By Tech2 on 70

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By Tech2 on 70

The Acer Iconia W510 retails for Rs 46,349 with the keyboard dock. If that's too expensive for you or if you don't need the dock, you can opt for only the tablet, which costs Rs 35,019. That's a very good price considering high-end hybrids cost thrice...

By HotHardware on -

Overall, our time with Acer's Iconia W510 was rather enjoyable. We like the flexibility of having the keyboard dock to enter text, compose emails, and surf the web. We also appreciated the fact that Acer has provided the full Windows 8 experience with...

By Channel Pro on 80

This tablet shows just what a full-blown Windows 8 tablet can achieve – only the build and design disappointRating: 4Average: 4 (1 vote) We’ve been less than enamoured with the recent flurry of Windows RT tablets, but, for less than £500, the Iconia...

By CNET Australia on 75

The Iconia W510 works well as a standalone tablet and has a very enviable battery life, but it is hampered by a high price, clunky keyboard and too many micro-style...

By pocketables.com on 60

As you've no doubt realized, the hardware isn't perfect. Far from it. The build quality could be slightly better, the preinstalled apps could be fewer (or eliminated), and the camera image quality could be improved. But from a software standpoint,...

By PC Pro on 67

This tablet shows just what a full-blown Windows 8 tablet can achieve – only the build and design...

By techradar.com/au/ on 50

With Windows 8 going all touchy-feely, the PC space is starting to get a tad schizophrenic. Touchscreen laptops are common, as are ultrabooks that want to be tablets, and now we've even got portable all-in-ones like the Acer W700. Full Windows 8 or not,...

By SlashGear on -

This week we’re having a look at the Acer Iconia W500 series, specifically in the model tagged Iconia W510-1422 with full Windows 8 and multiple modes of computing action. This machine works as a tablet, as a notebook with its keyboard dock (in the...

By Wired on 50

If you want to compete with the iPad, you better look, feel, and weigh like the iPad. That was the clear idea behind the Microsoft Surface , and that's where we're headed with the third-party Windows slates that are beginning to arrive on the market.In...

By TechReviewSource on 80

The Acer Iconia W510-1422 goes all day long and most of the night, with a highly portable design, and a docking keyboard that lets you choose between laptop and...