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Acer 64GB Iconia W Series W4-820-2671 8" Tablet (Smokey Gray)

B&H # ACW48202466 MFR # NT.L31AA.002
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Product Highlights

  • WXGA 8" Multi-Touch 1280 x 800 Display
  • Intel Atom Z3740 Quad-Core Processor
  • Intel HD Graphics & Micro-HDMI Output
  • Internal 2GB RAM & 64GB Flash Storage
  • MicroSD Memory Card Slot
  • Bluetooth 4.0 & 802.11 a/b/g/n Wi-Fi
  • Front HD Webcam & Rear HD Camera
  • Dual Independent Display Support
  • Microsoft Office Home & Student 2013
  • Windows 8.1 Operating System
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The smokey gray Acer 64GB Iconia W Series W4-820-2671 8" Tablet is equipped with a CrystalBrite IPS 8" TFT color LCD panel with 1280 x 800 resolution, LED backlighting and 10-point multi-touch capabilities. It features a Windows 8.1 operating system, so you can work or play while on the move. It has 2GB of RAM memory and a 1.33GHz Intel Atom Z3740 quad-core processor with support for Intel Burst up to 1.8GHz. The tablet has Intel Graphics Media Accelerator HD as well. Plus, the 64GB of flash storage can be expanded via the microSD/SDXC card slot.

The Iconia features 802.11 a/b/g/n Wi-Fi wireless connectivity for accessing the Internet through a wireless home network or from a Wi-Fi hot-spot. It also supports Bluetooth technology for wireless connection to Bluetooth-enabled devices. It is outfitted with a micro-HDMI terminal that affords quick and easy output of saved media or Internet content on your tablet to an HDTV for viewing on a large screen in uncompressed Full HD.

Acer has also equipped this model with dual integrated cameras. The front-facing HD webcam can be used for video chats, while the rear-facing HD camera allows you to capture photos and HD video. The tablet's lithium-polymer battery provides up to 8 hours of video playback time as well. Other features include dual independent display support, Bluetooth connectivity and high-definition audio support.

The Iconia W Series puts Windows 8.1 desktop PC capability in a tablet, so you can work and play on the go
Intel Atom Z3740 quad-core 1.33GHz processor with Intel Burst up to 1.8GHz
2GB LPDDR3 memory and Intel Graphics Media Accelerator HD with shared LPDDR3 memory
64GB internal storage capacity and microSD/SDXC card slot for memory expansion
CrystalBrite 8" IPS 1280 x 800 LED-backlit display with 10-point multi-touch control
Dual independent display support
High-definition audio support
Front-facing HD webcam and rear-facing HD camera
Bluetooth wireless technology
AzureWave 802.11 a/b/g/n Wi-Fi connectivity
Micro-HDMI output and micro-USB port
Battery provides up to 8 hours of video playback
Operating System Windows 8.1 (32-bit)
Graphics Card Installed: Intel Graphics Media Accelerator HD
Memory Type: LPDDR3 SDRAM
Installed: 2 GB
Processor 1.33 GHz Intel Atom Z3740 Quad-Core Processor
Storage Flash 64 GB
Type Capacitive
Size 8"
Backlight LED
Native Resolution 1280 x 800
Input/Output Connectors
Ports 1x HDMI - Micro
1x USB - Micro
Audio 1x 1/8" (3.5 mm) Headphone
Integrated Speaker
Integrated Microphone
Flash Media Slot 1x microSD
Wi-Fi 802.11a/b/g/n
Bluetooth Bluetooth  4.0 + HS
Mobile Broadband None
Camera Front
Battery 2-Cell Lithium-Polymer Providing up to 8 Hours per Charge (4960.0mAh)
Dimensions (WxHxD) 8.6 x 5.3 x 0.4" / 218.4 x 134.6 x 10.2 mm
Weight 15.17 oz / 430 g
Acer 64GB Iconia W Series W4-820-2671 8" Tablet (Smokey Gray)
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  • USB Cable
  • 1-Year Limited International Travelers Warranty

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    Acer redeemed itself well

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    Comments about Acer 64GB Iconia W Series W4-820-2671 8" Tablet (Smokey Gray):

    Well the Acer W3 came out and it looked really awesome! I mean windows on a little 8 inch slate, with a zippy atom, and a great price tag. Well unfortunately after trying it for some reason Acer had gone with the shoddiest screen known to man, with 0 viewing angle. Beyond that, for some reason they chose to have a proprietary charger unique to the device instead of using micro usb port (to some this is good, as it leaves the usb port taken but i and many others prefer usb charging). Acer is trying to bring back the series and redeem itself, so lets find out if they have.

    Design: I would say out of the recent 8 inch windows tablets, Acer has the most different looking. Most of tablets are very symmetrical but the acer has a grey lip coming out of the bottom with a physical windows button. This is better than having either a capacitive button, or a button on the side of this device, i prefer Acers design on that front. No buttons on the left, bottom has micro usb (for peripherals, and for charging this time around), and a headphone jack. The right has, volume rocker, micro hdmi, and a micro sd slot, top only has a power button. This design is good however the only bad thing i can say is compared to the other slates, the w4 is a little chunky. It has a lot of bezel on the top and bottom which i could live without. It weighs under a pound and isn't quite as thin as an ipad but it's probably not much more thick than your phone.

    Display: The display is really great, they added an IPS screen in this time. Viewing angles are great, the colors look fantastic to me, and i don't notice much bleed at all. The screen is extremely bright as well, right now using it in my decently lit house i have it at the lowest it can be and i have no strain at all.

    Storage: This it seems like acer did better with as well. I did a crystal mark on it and for instance my sequential and 512k were177 Read/ 145 Read and 58 Write/ 43 Write. Compared to the Toshiba encore (and most other atom tablets from my research) the Toshiba scored 93 Read/ 85 Read and 44 Write/ 39 Write. So they seem to have put in a decently speedier Emmc memory chip in giving around double read speed, and a decently faster write speed.

    Battery life: The battery has been better than expected as well. I ran a netflix battery rundown test and got about 9 hours of battery life. During normal use, installing applications, web surging, email, light gaming I saw around 9-10 hours of usage from my estimates, which is better than acers claim!

    Software: Acer loaded a few bloatware programs, but nothing really to bad. It had some things i wanted loaded as well like hulu and netflix apps. But I would give them probably a 7 out of 10 on the bloatware scale, 1 being the worst and 10 being the best.

    Performance: Bay trail has done wonders for the tablet market. The predecessor Clover Trail was good on metro applications but if did desktop work you saw the performance decline a lot. However with this Z3740 i have almost no lag, day to day things i barely notice a difference from my desktop . While larger applications for photo editing, video editing, gaming would obviously show the speed differences this is great for a .9 lb , fanless, 10 hr batter, 8 inch tablet.

    I did a little benchmarking, and game testing.
    Cinebench 11.5: Cpu: 1.18 GPU: 6.4 fps
    3dmark Ice Storm: 14k
    Peacekeeper browser test: 1137
    League of legends: 30-60 fps lowest settings, runs very playable, very few slowdowns.
    Walking Dead Season 1: Ran 40-60 fps on low , no issues would definitley be able to play without issues.
    Titan Quest: Ran around 30-40 fps seemed pretty playable easily.
    Mass Effect 2: low settings and fps this seems like it could be playable, around 30fps.

    The first laptop i ever bought right out of highschool around 8 years ago was an acer. They weren't as well known then, but i really liked their quality ever since (even if they have a few bumps *cough* *cough* W3). I put my faith in them again and was not dissapointed in my choice. The W3 does a decent bit to stand out from the crowd giving a bit of reason to spend some more on it over something like the dell venue 8. It has a leading battery life, HDMI, faster storage speed, and probably the brightest display. Hopefully acer keeps the quality up, the W4 gets 2 giant thumbs up from this guy

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