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Acer’s Iconia W3 wasn’t quite the best introduction to 8-inch Windows tablets; we liked it, but its subpar display and modest performance kept it from being stellar. Give credit to the company for quickly learning from its mistakes, though. Less than a year later, the company has released the Iconia W4, and it fixes those earlier gripes even as the price has dropped below $300.

Read our review here: http://goo.gl/Eg6Pag
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  1. English isn't my native lenguage, still I think that I can speak it better than this guy.

  2. I still use mine today and I love it. I play all my favorite old PC games on this while I'm away from home. Games like : CoD4, Bioshock, GTA San Andreas, Diablo, a few Need For Speed games, a couple of Splinter Cell games, PS1, N64 ,SNES, NES, SEGA and PSP emulators, WoW, DOTA, LoL, Team Fortress, Counterstrike and so on and so forth. Not all games run buttery smooth but the older ones usually are pretty darn good. Not to mention the thousands of usable applications besides games. Plus, I only paid 180$ for mine so I'm definitely not complaining.

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