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Best gaming tablet Acer Predator 8 started pre orders


Acer Predator 8 gaming tablet finally started pre orders. So, if you was eager to buy Acer Predator 8 gaming tablet, its best time for you to go for a pre order. Almost delayed a week Acer has finally opened pre-orders for its first gaming tablet.

Acer really putted a surprise to the technology of the tablet market in July last year, when Acer announced that Acer company is working on a best gaming tablet in September last year a reality in the IFA, as they revealed the Acer Predator 8 tablet. Manufacturers are dangling games the Holy Grail mobile heavy, thank you to an Intel chip, to a dirt cheap price.

Buy Best gaming tablet Acer Predator 8 started pre orders

Now, Acer Predator 8 per order is ready to available for gaming tablet lovers from this Friday, we were finally able to know if there is something true.

Acer Predator 8 has an 8-inch screen with 1920x1200 resolution, that's really even 1080p only for video games. However you may find the process a little curious. It runs on a x7-chip quad-core processor with 1.6 GHz Intel Atom Z8700 to 2.4. The X7 is the high performance of the trio atomic model, but still a step below to Core m. There is also only 2 GB of RAM inside, which is not too good from gaming.

Acer announces a number of features to show the game in Predator 8 looks like it together. It's actually a line like the Predator computer games and equipment of a traditional aspect of the tablet. This odd design, however, seems to give a better grip, at least two hands. The tablet is equipped with four speakers, Acer dubs as "Quadio". Although not self-balancing magic that enjoys Pro Apple iPad. The Predator Precision Plus technology takes a little more tenderness better controls of the screen.

However, the price of Acer Predator 8 tablet will cost only $299.99 surprising. It is an interesting proposal, but the performance of an Intel Atom processor x7 for mobile gaming need to be tested. And Acer Predator 8 is Wi-Fi model only. No word on whether Acer has plans for a 3G/LTE variant.

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