Acer gives the starting shot of the IFA – which officially begins on September 4 – announcing the purchase of Xplova, a company specialized in hardware and software for athletes, especially cyclists. In addition, the Taiwanese company has long launched its new tablet aimed at gamers, the Acer Predator 8 GT-810.
It is the first tablet that uses the new Intel Atom processors, with only 14 nanometers on the screen that allows for greater performance with lower consumption.
These are the specifications of the tablet:
- 8-inch Full HD IPS screen (1,200 x 1,920 pixels)
- Intel AtomTM x7-Z8700 processor
- Intel HD GPU
- 2GB of RAM
- 64GB internal storage expandable via microSD up to 128GB
- Predator Quadio audio system (with four front speakers) with Dolby AudioTM
- Connectivity: Wi-Fi 802.11 a / b / g / n 2 × 2 MIMO
- Weight: 350g
- Thickness: 8.7mm
- Android 5.1 Lollipop
Acer has integrated technologies such as Predator ColorBlast on the screen of its tablet that offers greater color performance, in addition to Predator Precision Plus, which integrates a higher density of touch sensors to achieve greater control accuracy of the games. In addition Predator TacSense adds vibration to the games, something that players are already accustomed since the time of the Nintendo 64 Rumble Pack.
In addition, the four front speakers of the Acer Predator provide virtual surround sound. The tablet includes a Predator MediaMaster application, which allows audio and video settings to adjust the experience to what you like most. The terminal will be available from October from € 349 along with a good amount of accessories such as cases, stylus and headphones.