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Acer Predator 8 GT-810-15NC 8-inch Full HD Gaming Tablet

Acer Predator 8 Review Behold, the edgiest tablet in all the land!
Acer has adorned the Predator 8 in a motif of black, dark gray and red that simultaneously
screams “gamer” and “trying too hard.” It’s not that the tablet doesn’t look nice,
it’s just got a lot going on. Take the rear panel, for instance; it’s made
of three different materials. The top and bottom of the display are wrapped
in anodized aluminum. A pair of thick, red bands create a visual
border for the middle panel, which is comprised of brushed aluminum with a large, shiny chrome
Predator emblem smack dab in the middle. The black soft-touch grip pads make for sturdy
handholds. The rear 5-megapixel camera is in the middle of the left grip.
Powered by a 1.6-GHz Intel Atom quad-core Intel Atom x7-z8700 processor with 2GB of
RAM, gaming on the Predator is an enjoyable experience. No matter what I threw at it Asphalt 8, Dungeon
Hunter 5, Star Wars: Uprising the tablet delivered pretty-as-a-picture graphics, without a hint
of stutter. The display responded rapidly and accurately
to my sometimes frantic taps and swipes. A great display is a major component of any
gaming tablet. The 8-inch, 1920 x 1200-pixel LCD panel on
the Predator 8 delivers vibrant colors and crystal-clear detail, but it’s not the brightest. Whenever I see a made-up marketing term like
“audiodacious,” a chill runs down my spine. But I was pleasantly surprised when the Predator
8’s four front speakers outperformed the iPad mini 4. The Acer sounded richer and fuller. Acer sneaked a pair of haptic motors under
the Predator 8’s slim chassis. Depending on the game, the motors will vibrate
when you take a hit or initiate a power boost, similar to the Nintendo 64’s rumble pack. Currently, the feature only works with two
titles: Asphalt 8, which is preloaded, and Vainglory, a popular multiplayer online battle
arena game. In order for you to get any real use from
this feature, you’ll have to hope that game developers will start incorporating the tech
into their games. The Acer Predator 8 is a solid Android tablet
in gamer’s clothing. Take away the edgy design and rumble feature,
and you still have a slate with a colorful full-HD display, louder-than-average audio
and fairly strong performance. That’s all good, but the battery life is well
below average, and Acer doesn’t offer any features that truly make this a must-have
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