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Acer Iconia B1 7-inch Tablet (Black) - (MediaTek MTK 8317T 1.2GHz Processor, 512MB RAM, 16GB eMMC, Camera, WLAN, BT, Android 4.1)

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Acer Iconia B1 7-inch Tablet (Black) - (MediaTek MTK 8317T 1.2GHz Processor, 512MB RAM, 16GB eMMC, Camera, WLAN, BT, Android 4.1)
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Colour Black Black White Information not provided
Display Size 7 inches 7 inches 7.9 inches 7 inches
Operating System Android Jelly bean 4.1 Android 4.4 Kitkat Android Jelly bean 4.1 Android
RAM Size 512 MB 1.5 GB 1 GB 1024 MB
Hard Drive Size 16 GB 8 GB 16 GB 32 GB
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Style Name: MediaTek, 512MB RAM, 16GB eMMC
Technical Details
BrandAcer
Item Weight839 g
Product Dimensions23 x 15.4 x 7 cm
Item model numberNT.L16EK.001
ColorBlack
Screen Size7 inches
Processor BrandVIA
Processor Speed1.2 GHz
RAM Size512 MB
Computer Memory TypeDDR3 SDRAM
Hard Drive Size16 GB
Graphics Card DescriptionIntegrated
Wireless Type802.11bgn
Rear Webcam Resolution2 megapixels
Card ReaderMicroSD
Operating SystemAndroid Jelly bean 4.1
Average Battery Life (in hours)6 hours
  
Additional Information
ASINB00C2PK4OS
Best Sellers Rank 70,312 in Computers (See top 100)
Shipping Weight839 g
Date First Available27 Mar. 2013
  
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Style Name:MediaTek, 512MB RAM, 16GB eMMC

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Compact and light, the Iconia B1 is a comfortable, feather-light and affordable tablet from a brand you can trust. Powered by Android, it’s great for browsing the web, connecting with friends and sharing files - and with apps and magazines at your fingertips, there’s a whole world to explore.

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Style Name: Dual Core, 512MB RAM, 8GB eMMC
My girlfriend wanted a tablet after using my Nexus 7. I was going to buy her the same as what I have but then I came across the Acer Iconia B1. After looking at the spec I didn't expect much in the terms of speed, performance or quality but for what she wanted to use it for it seemed to me to good to be true. I am very tech minded and will only be happy with top quality electronic items. But this is where I was very pleasantly surprised! This item is actually very very good for the price, the screen resolution isn't the highest but is bright, reasonably sharp, graphics look clear, photos look very good. The processor seems fast enough for general use including games, browsing and having a good few apps running at the same time in the background. Touch screen can sometimes be fractionally slow when typing but really this does not pose as a major issue to the functionality of the tablet. Battery lasts about 4 hours when in constant use, when left on standby and used moderately lasts around a day which is perfect for the girlfriend. Games run well and smoothly, Google Maps with navigation using the built in GPS is a great bonus. Sound from the speaker is very good when watching catch up TV or YouTube.
At £100 you really can't go wrong with this device, you get a tablet which is made by a reputable manufacturer, it might feel a bit plasticy but if you get a case for a fiver you won't even notice and definitely won't be disappointed. And don't forget this is running Android Jellybean. Very few tablets are updated to this version of Jellybean and the quality of other uncommon brands in my own experience don't come close to how good this device is.
Overall I have a very happy girlfriend, I am very impressed and I'd say this device is suitable for any age and anyone who wants a good tablet at a very reasonable price.
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I didn't buy my Acer Iconia B1 from Amazon as they were out of stock for couple of weeks, so I got it from an Acer shop in Thailand and it cost about 85 pounds.
4 weeks on and I am still very very pleased with it. It does everything my pal's Samsung Galaxy can do at a fraction of the price. It is surprisingly quick when surfing and looking for apps,
My Skype and Voipcheap have turned it into a cheap phone with free landline calls on the latter.

I suppose my main concern was about the battery, but I get a good 5-6 hours surfing, and when I use it to read my Kindle books with Wi-Fi off and the display dimmed it is appraoching 8 hours, plenty for a long coach journey.

I cant complain about the build quality, as for the price it is sturdy enough.

All in all I love it, My only complaint is that my wife keeps borrowing it, so I am getting another on payday.
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Our family has gone through several tablets before arriving at our current inventory of 2 Acer Iconia B1s & 1 Google Nexus 7. I need say nothing about the Nexus 7 as it's pretty much universally accepted that it is the best 7" Android tablet around & has a stunningly low price for its specification. I got mine from the USA when exchange rates were favourable & am very happy. For my wife and son, who are much more casual users than me, I looked around and tried several 'no name' tablets which flatter to deceive with putatively impressive specifications....they were for the most part underpowered, poorly built & a complete nightmare to update; there are no readily available custom ROMs so you have to be very 'tech savvy' to do anything but stick with the very poor stock ROMs that come with these kind of tablets...there are a few exceptions but in general they're best to avoid.

Step in Acer in the form of a sales banner in Asda.....new Iconia B1 for £99. I had an Iconia A100 as one of my first tablets & I loved it with 2 reservations: it did not charge via USB & the screen, though adequate, was a little lacking from certain angles while being VERY reflective. I checked the specs of the B1 & was pleasantly surprised to find a good screen and USB charging. Plus my wife liked the blue flashing on the tablet so I bought it for her there and then. Easy to set up, a joy to use, upgrades to Jellybean 4.1.2 out of the box & is fast and fluid, fabulous value for the money, especially when you think of the Apple ipad mini starting at around £270; the Iconia is not as good as the the ipad mini but £ for £ it's a steal.

Additionally, for those who like to tinker with their gadgets, there is an Iconia B1 tool kit that allows you to root the device with minimal fear of 'bricking'....
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does exactly what I wanted...use for e-mails, games,plus great for taking away on vacation.Easy to travel wit
h no bulk.
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I bought this as a birthday gift for my father, and he seems to like it well enough. It's about the size of an Amazon Kindle 7", slim, light, but I'd have to say it has a very plasticky feel to it. The screen also doesn't have very wide viewing angles, although it's fine for personal dead-on viewing, so for use on e.g. public transport, this also means fellow passengers aren't going to see too much of what you're looking at either, so it cuts both ways. The screen does, however, have a slightly "jaggy" low-res quality to it, but playing back Youtube clips or whatever appears absolutely fine on it. The Tab has a micro USB input for data transfer and charging, a microSD card slot for expanding storage, and full access to the Google Play store.

After this, it unsurprisingly works exactly like any other Android device, and as a bonus, comes with some flavour of Android 4 (I can't remember exactly which) out of the box, so it's highly usable for a variety of things - viewing widgets, note-taking, calendar organisation, composing short e-mails, playing music, light games, video and so on. In all, for a hundred quid, it's a nice little device which won't blow you away, but is fine for all kinds of things. It's not going to compete with an iPad or Galaxy Tab, but it isn't really intended to, and hence why I reckon it's the 21st centry equivalent of a walkman. It's a consumption and entertainment device, and also useful for quickly getting online, and it does all of these things with relatively little fuss.
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