i cant play Top Eleven Football Manager (Facebook Game) on iconia B1. it provide me to install new flash player but it says not compatible.. what can i do to have that required flash player on my tablet? :)
Anyone can tell which is good Asus memo pad or this tab?
Memo pad doesn't have blutooth, how about this tab?
the only thing as for me that be added to this tablet is the SIM slot and the back camera then everything will be perfect..
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kenstrife, 27 Feb 2013Is it comptible wen downloading at google play? Pls reply asap Yes, it´s works with the google play..
Well in about 8000 INR, this tablet is really nice for me... I was waiting for the Nexus 7 but after seeing it I'm gonna buy it... Really great tablet, according to the specs....
This tablet is suitable for children~ dual core 512mb not lag~ it u finding a tablet for children ply this one is really nice cheap and nice~
kkk, 07 Mar 2013anyone has experience with GPS on that tablet ?? main is poor?? faulty sensor or cheap tablet... moregps is average quality. need more than 1 minute for locking position (i using NDrive offline)...
anyone has experience with GPS on that tablet ??
main is poor?? faulty sensor or cheap tablet??
hmm....bad build quality....
sd card closer can't event close nicely,
all button cant event fit nicely....have sound when u shake it...
sound quality horrible,
screen low quality,
body made from low quality plastic...
horrible product from acer...
We have yet to receive a review unit from Acer Malaysia but at RM399 it is a good alternative to China-brand tablet (priced between RM200 to RM350). It should augur well with beginners or with parents who can't afford to buy wi-fi only iPad mini (RM999) or galaxy tab 7.0 (RM899) for their kids but require a product from a well-known brand. A good strategy by Acer to build their brand name among future generation.
Buy it if the spec served you well. No need to ridicule or bash the product. Everyone has different usage/requirements. If you prefered high spec from unknown China-made tablet with one or three-month warranty, go ahead and buy it. It's your money. If you prefered low spec but from a well-known and trustworthy brand, go ahead and buy it. Again, it's your hard earned money. No body is pointing a gun to your head forcing you to buy. :)