Acer Iconia W510 Windows 8 Tablet Specs & Price

After the launch of their Iconia W700 Windows 8 tablet, Acer has recently launched a new Windows 8 tablet, Iconia W510 with lowered specifications and increased portability. Packed with great specifications and powered with Windows 8, this tablet comes in great style and portability. The device comes with an optional keyboard dock which converts the tablet to a notebook.


Acer Iconia W510 Specs

Talking of technical specifications, Acer -510 is powered by a 1.5 GHz Atom Dual Core Processor and a 2GB SDRAM. Intel Graphics Media Accelerator with a 64 MB card size is pre-installed so that you can enjoy the best graphics on the screen. To store all your essential data, 64 GB of storage space is provided which you can further extend by USB 2.0 port present in the device.

The device is light and portable. The dimensions of the device are 10.18 x 6.60 x 0.35 inches and it weighs just 2.8 pounds with the keyboard itself. The keyboard can be converted to a tablet stand and tablet fits into it perfectly.


You can definitely enjoy your movies and games on tablet screen which sizes 10.1 inches with a resolution of 1366 x 768 pixels. The 8 MP camera with a flash light captures all your precious moments and stores them safe into the device. The device also comes with a 1.3 front facing camera which can be used for video calling over the internet.

keyboardTo keep you always connected to internet, the device also has an inbuilt Wi-Fi. There is miniHDMI, a microUSB and a headphones port available. So that the device never run out of battery, there is a pre-installed 1 Lithium ion battery which gives you around 9 hours of average usage and a good standby time too.

The device is ultra-portable, has good specs and comes for a nice price. The awesome multimedia options would never bore you and keyboard dock is a great option for fast those who type fast and hybrid lovers.

Acer Iconia W510 is available at a price of $709.99 on Amazon.

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One Comment

  1. Vasudev

    Apart from HD size of 32GB SSD, how does this 510 differs from the one 510-1674 which is available for $499? And on Black Friday deal in Nov , this was available for $399! So is this a new 510model recently launched?

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