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Acer DA220HQLAsmiacg 21.5" LED Full HD Touchscreen Android 'Tablet' @ ebuyer daily deal £169.98

£169.98 @ Ebuyer
This has received heat before but now at an even lower price. Great if you are one of the people like me that missed out on the recent hp slate deal. Full hd touchscreen android sandwich running 'tabl…
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2y, 8m agoFound 2 years, 8 months ago
This has received heat before but now at an even lower price. Great if you are one of the people like me that missed out on the recent hp slate deal. Full hd touchscreen android sandwich running 'tablet/computer'

Reviews seem really positive.
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#1
We've got one of these, and whilst it's not perfect, we find it pretty good and a nice thing to have on the sideboard. It gets used by the kids for games and YouTube, it works well for family Skyping.
banned#2
hot
#3
Good price for an AIO. I wonder how this compares to HP Slate 21?
#4
Took the plunge. Free next day delivery even at weekends.
#5
Does this have access to Google Play, or is it locked to specific apps?
#6
"Optical" touch. Heard of pressure and capacitive but not optical until now.
#7
spacedog
Does this have access to Google Play, or is it locked to specific apps?

Says ti does.
#8
From wikipedia....
Optical touchscreens are a relatively modern development in touchscreen technology, in which two or more image sensors are placed around the edges (mostly the corners) of the screen. Infrared back lights are placed in the camera's field of view on the other side of the screen. A touch shows up as a shadow and each pair of cameras can then be pinpointed to locate the touch or even measure the size of the touching object (see visual hull). This technology is growing in popularity, due to its scalability, versatility, and affordability, especially for bigger units.

Looks to be a cost related - one review on Youtube slates the touchscreen. We will see.
#9
wonder if it comes with the keyboard and mouse?
#10
labbey
From wikipedia....
Optical touchscreens are a relatively modern development in touchscreen technology, in which two or more image sensors are placed around the edges (mostly the corners) of the screen. Infrared back lights are placed in the camera's field of view on the other side of the screen. A touch shows up as a shadow and each pair of cameras can then be pinpointed to locate the touch or even measure the size of the touching object (see visual hull). This technology is growing in popularity, due to its scalability, versatility, and affordability, especially for bigger units.

Looks to be a cost related - one review on Youtube slates the touchscreen. We will see.

Ah... Explains why it's only two-point touch... I'd like to see n-key rollover on that system!
#11
HP Slate 21" deal back in stock £199 at hp.com
#12
HP 21 Slate can't be used as a HDMI (inc touchscreen) monitor. This can.

Think I'm going to pull the trigger :-)
#13
forcedv
HP 21 Slate can't be used as a HDMI (inc touchscreen) monitor. This can.

Think I'm going to pull the trigger :-)

If you can wait for it this Dell is a better bet and 3 yrs business warranty, oh and cheaper.

http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00FEFRIYC/ref=oh_details_o00_s00_i00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
2 Likes #14
But the Dell lacks Android
#15
Can this be used as a tv by any chance? Eg. Connecting a set top box to it
#16
oops bought something else I dont need. going to mount this on the wall in the house somewhere.
1 Like #17
Aw hell, why did this go hot just when I'm pished?

Oh well, at least I was looking for a new e-reader...

Does it have a rear camera cos I'd like to bring it to gigs?
#18
It's a tablet with VESA wall mount compatability.

I'm having hysterics here :D
#19
I'm putting this up in the kitchen to follow recipes, use the calendar and have bbc news/weather widgets. Decent screen that will show photos etc. A good alternative for kitchen tv...
There I've justified another £170 on HUKDs. I bet this site has generated millions for online retailers.
1 Like #20
Cancelled my order. Changed my mind. Too late for such indecision.
#21
labbey
From wikipedia....
Optical touchscreens are a relatively modern development in touchscreen technology, in which two or more image sensors are placed around the edges (mostly the corners) of the screen. Infrared back lights are placed in the camera's field of view on the other side of the screen. A touch shows up as a shadow and each pair of cameras can then be pinpointed to locate the touch or even measure the size of the touching object (see visual hull). This technology is growing in popularity, due to its scalability, versatility, and affordability, especially for bigger units.

Looks to be a cost related - one review on Youtube slates the touchscreen. We will see.

Optical touch is from the 70s but has only recently (since 2005) become viable.
A company called Neonode released a phone with a technology they called zForce in 2005 which was based on Light fields, this is also the same technology that powers the touch of the Nook SimpleTouch today as well as many other devices.
#23
Sorely tempted.
#24
Does anyone know if one of these will work with this?
http://m.ebay.co.uk/itm/191090083423?nav=SEARCH
#25
Can I hook the laptop up to this via HDMI and use it as a monitor then?
#26
Optical Touch screens aren't at all new. I remember using them in the early 1990s. They were often bolt-on devices that you put over an existing monitor.
#27
I fancy the idea of this . One mounted on the kitchen wall as mentioned by others .Then I had to be honest with myself and admit that after the novelty wore off ,it simply won't be used at all ... a bit like the android box I have plugged into the TV in same room,never ever turned on after a month. Think I'll just buy a nice old fashioned static picture :p
1 Like #28
The will age rapidly, it has a mobile OS and all mobile OSs are limited on this form factor and suffer from lack of updates. Unless you really have a good reason to get one, this is just a low powered over sized tablet. Avoid.
1 Like #29
forcedv
But the Dell lacks Android


mardavrio
I fancy the idea of this . One mounted on the kitchen wall as mentioned by others .Then I had to be honest with myself and admit that after the novelty wore off ,it simply won't be used at all ... a bit like the android box I have plugged into the TV in same room,never ever turned on after a month. Think I'll just buy a nice old fashioned static picture :p

Go to B & M and you could get 30= canvas's no need for wallpaper.
#30
What are the specs of this thing? How much ram, storage etc.
#31
So I really need to learn to read. 1gb ram 8gb ROM. 1gb of ram means it'll lag with a lot of modern games. Still a solid product and great price.
#32
fishmaster
The will age rapidly, it has a mobile OS and all mobile OSs are limited on this form factor and suffer from lack of updates. Unless you really have a good reason to get one, this is just a low powered over sized tablet. Avoid.
What all load of complete and utter tosh my friend!

The only limiting factor to this device is its processor is somewhat outdated however it will more than happily run stuff like XBMC, YouTube, iPlayer etc for years to come.

Its under £200 remember, even a phone would struggle at this price point in a couple of years time.....
#33
Would be good to attach to a treadmill, could run for hours while watching Breaking Bad!! haha
#34
You aint going get that mother in your back pack !

- cant actually see the weight
#35
I am getting a price of 189 and additional delivery, help. I desperately want it, although I don't need it
#36
brookysm
fishmaster
The will age rapidly, it has a mobile OS and all mobile OSs are limited on this form factor and suffer from lack of updates. Unless you really have a good reason to get one, this is just a low powered over sized tablet. Avoid.
What all load of complete and utter tosh my friend!

The only limiting factor to this device is its processor is somewhat outdated however it will more than happily run stuff like XBMC, YouTube, iPlayer etc for years to come.

Its under £200 remember, even a phone would struggle at this price point in a couple of years time.....

People change phones regularly, they don't change this type of device so often. I'd wager plenty of people will regret this purchase.
[helper]#37
Its coming up as £185. now.:(
#38
Acer's Android PC looks like it has many of the same issues as the AOC A2472PW4T. Before buying one I would recommended watching the video below.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bbJ4sWt-PqU&hd=1
#39
I was very close to buying this, but I checked out aceuk's link, and also found this one on YouTube that's specifically about this Acer All in One.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KsKzJn9Zhjg

I think the summary of this device is "it's so close to being awesome, but the faults make you want to throw it through the window".
#40
If you check youtube reviews its crap touchscreen response

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