ACER ICONIA TAB W500 WINDOWS 10 DRIVERS
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ACER ICONIA TAB W500 DRIVER
The great big, gaping difference between this tablet and an Android-powered alternative is that it runs Acer ICONIA Tab W500 7, as suggested by the physical Windows button on its front. This dock also adds two USB slots and an Ethernet port, but all the basic physical connectivity options you should want are included on the tablet itself. This dedication to the full fat option helps to make sure the Acer Iconia W is ready for most eventualities without the need for many extra adapters or cables. There Acer ICONIA Tab W500 a total of four USB 2. However, only a maximum of two can be used at the same time. At the same time, the 2nd USB port on the same side is blocked by the keyboard and thus not accessible.
They are replaced by two interfaces on the keyboard's left and right. Its accessibility is also ensured in the dock. It capably handled all of my p video files, and even my PowerPoint with an embedded video. The 32GB solid-state drive, on the other hand, feels parsimonious, especially in view of how much space Windows 7 Home Premium occupies. An SD Card slot provides additional expansion room, which is likely to be useful especially for storing files. A huge bezel Acer ICONIA Tab W500 the The Iconia Tab W's large bezel, above-average thickness 0. In my experience, 2 pounds is the limit beyond which a tablet feels just plain heavy. This Acer unit isn't a machine that I'd want to hold in one hand for any length of time, or even in two hands for an extended session. Its best use would be either plugged into the keyboard dock to prop it upor parked on your on knees when you're in couch-surfing mode.
Aside from its heftiness, I found the tablet reasonably comfortable to hold. The curved edges feel comfortable, and the brushed metal back provides a nice texture to prevent the tablet from being too slippery.
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The capacitive touchscreen supports four-point multitouch and is both accurate and responsive. Though a built-in accelerometer automatically rotates the screen, the Iconia Tab W had an unusually long lag time for rotation redraw; ultimately, this drawback convinced me to lock the orientation and work in landscape mode all the time.
The nonremovable battery is rated at mAh, and it managed a run time of 5 hours, 28 minutes in the PCWorld Labs' battery life tests, not quite as long as most Intel Atom-based tablets endured. Another trade-off of the Acer's slightly more powerful processor is increased heat. It tries to bridge the gap between full notebooks — which Acer makes well — and tablets, and fails at both. Single Review, online available, Long, Date: Total score: PC Advisor With a large proportion of corporate customers, we can see why Acer decided to take a punt on a Windows-based tablet. The problem is, tablets aren't particularly productive devices. They're about watching movies Acer ICONIA Tab W500 listening to music. They're about surfing the web on your sofa, or reading a book in a hammock.
Tablets are about entertainment. They're rarely about actually creating the content that they are consuming.
The Acer Iconia Tab W is a Windows 7 tablet that has a 10in touchscreen and its own keyboard dock. View full Acer WBZ specs on CNET. Acer.
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