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Review Acer Iconia A1-830 Tablet

Florian Wimmer (translated by Liala Stieglitz), 04/07/2014

8-inches of metal. You're looking for an affordable tablet that is compact and stylish? Then you should look at Acer's Iconia A1-830 that wants to convince with a metal back and Intel Atom processor for a price of 170 Euros (~$233).

In Review: Acer Iconia A1-830. Review sample courtesy of Acer Germany

For the original German review, see here.

We tested the precursor about nine months ago: Acer's Iconia A1-810. That was a decent tablet, but it had a few weaknesses in form of a low resolution, faulty GPS, and seemingly cheap feel. Now the successor, Iconia A1-830, wants to improve a few things.

Not much has changed in terms of screen, but the successor is slimmer and lighter. Besides that, a faster SoC from Intel is installed, and the battery is stronger.

Acer's Iconia A1-830, in fact, has to make some improvements. The competition has not been idle over the past nine months. The newest Google Nexus 7 set the example, Apple followed with its iPad Mini, and even Amazon launched the Kindle Fire HDX 7 on the market. The Gigaset QV830 is a newcomer, and Samsung with its Galaxy Tab 3 7.0 Lite is more established. Huawei introduced the MediaPad 7 Vogue, Lenovo the S5000-F, and Asus the Fonepad to the market.

Case

Rigid, matte-metal back
Rigid, matte-metal back

Acer's Iconia A1-830 has advanced on the outside and now has a higher-quality look than its precursor. The back is also less susceptible to fingerprints. Acer has very obviously peeked at Apple's iPad Mini in terms of design. It would be difficult to tell them apart if it was not for the Acer logo on the front or the Apple on the back.

It has a considerably higher quality feel than the Iconia A1-810, which is also due to the roughened metal back. Our review sample cannot compete with the first-rate build of an Apple iPad Mini, but the single parts are cleanly assembled. The tablet can only be warped slightly, and higher pressure from the back becomes visible on the screen. The Iconia A1-830 is also lighter and thinner than its precursor, but it does not come close to the much pricier iPad Mini.

Connectivity

The USB port and headset jack are quite close to each other on the upper edge. Normally, that would not be a problem, but it can get tight when angled audio plugs and unwieldy USB cords are connected. A micro-SD slot is certainly an advantage of the Iconia A1-830 over the iPad Mini and enables expanding the 16 GB of storage easily and cost-efficiently.

Software

Android 4.2 is pre-loaded on the tablet, and an update is announced soon after turning on the tablet. This installs Android 4.2.2. An update to Android 4.4 has not yet been publicly announced, but it is planned according to rumors. The installed version runs stably, but there might be some restriction with apps. Acer also delivers some unnecessary bloatware, such as superfluous adware. For example, we found many Amazon apps on the tablet. The Taiwanese manufacturer also installs Acer Cloud, free storage on DropBox, and the photo manager "Life Image" as noteworthy, small add-ons.

Poor GPS reception
Poor GPS reception

Communication & GPS 

At least the up-to-date 802.11 b/g/n Wi-Fi standards are used, though the latest and high-speed 802.11 ac is not supported. However, none of the comparison devices offer that, particularly since it is not yet widespread, and 802.11 n is usually fast enough for current Internet access. There was an Iconia A1-810 version with a 3G module, but a comparable model has not yet been announced for the German market.

The Wi-Fi module is thus the main source for Internet access, and the reception quality should be decent. In fact, three-quarters of the signal was still displayed at a distance of ten meters and through three walls. It dropped to a half with another wall.

The GPS module is not very accurate, as we found out on our excursion with a mountain bike. The measured route was almost 800 meters shorter in comparison with the Garmin Edge 500 navigation system. The ascertained points were quite inaccurate and usually off-route when riding under a bridge.


Acer Iconia A1-830: GPS total
Acer Iconia A1-830: GPS total
Acer Iconia A1-830: GPS bridge
Acer Iconia A1-830: GPS bridge
Acer Iconia A1-830: GPS woods
Acer Iconia A1-830: GPS woods
Garmin Edge 500: GPS total
Garmin Edge 500: GPS total
Garmin Edge 500: GPS bridge
Garmin Edge 500: GPS bridge
Garmin Edge 500: GPS woods
Garmin Edge 500: GPS woods

Cameras & Multimedia

As for the webcams, Acer has made considerable improvements compared with the Iconia A1-810. The rear-facing camera now has a resolution of 5 megapixels, and the front-facing unit has 2 megapixels. Both cameras shoot good pictures; the colors look natural and details are displayed well. Neither camera can compete with the detail richness of a reflex camera (for example, compare the structure of the balcony railing in the background). Nevertheless, the cameras' quality is very good for a 7.9-inch tablet from this price range.

5 megapixel rear-facing camera
5 megapixel rear-facing camera
2 megapixel front-facing camera
2 megapixel front-facing camera
Reference: Canon EOS 450D w/ 12.2 megapixels
Reference: Canon EOS 450D w/ 12.2 megapixels


Accessories

Apart from the charger and USB cord, there are no special accessories in the box. Matching accessories are not found on the website either.

Warranty

Acer's tablets only come with a 12-month warranty.

Input Devices & Handling

Acer does not tinker with the onscreen keyboard. After all, the original from Google's Android is tried and tested, and functions well. The keys are big enough in both portrait and landscape mode, and easy to tap. The touchscreen is not quite as sleek as we would have hoped for, and the finger occasionally snags.

Unusual, but quite handy actually: The volume control is linked to the position sensor. That means that the rocker's lower or left area reduces the volume depending on how the tablet is held.

Keyboard: portrait mode
Keyboard: portrait mode
Keyboard: landscape mode
Keyboard: landscape mode

Display

Compared with the precursor, the screen has not been modified much. It still has a resolution of 1024x768 pixels, is still based on IPS technology and still measures 7.9-inches. The relatively low resolution causes a somewhat blurrier reproduction than, for example, in the Nexus 7. The brightness is higher now. An average of 356 cd/m² is over 70 cd/m² higher than the average of the Iconia A1-810. Both Amazon's Kindle Fire HDX 7 and Google's Nexus 7 have even brighter screens. Otherwise, the brightness of the Iconia A1-830 is in the upper range of the test field. The illumination of 90% is also quite homogeneous.

374
cd/m²
374
cd/m²
354
cd/m²
338
cd/m²
371
cd/m²
341
cd/m²
337
cd/m²
360
cd/m²
355
cd/m²
Distribution of brightness
Information
X-Rite i1Pro 2
Maximum: 374 cd/m²
Average: 356 cd/m²
Brightness Distribution: 90 %
Center on Battery: 371 cd/m²
Black: 0.49 cd/m²
Contrast: 757:1

Both the black level and contrast are decent, and they lead to a good color reproduction. They ensure that black areas are really quite dark and largely prevent a visible grayish cast.

A more precise color analysis using the special software CalMAN and the colorimeter show an intense over-saturation of blue colors. That is particularly visible on white surfaces; white does not look pure, but light blue. The reproduction of most other colors is relatively close to the reference color space so that the average DeltaE shift is only 3.95.

CalMAN Color Management
CalMAN Color Management
CalMAN ColorChecker
CalMAN ColorChecker
CalMAN Grayscale
CalMAN Grayscale
CalMAN Saturation Sweeps
CalMAN Saturation Sweeps

The glossy screen makes outdoor use a dubious adventure. On the one hand, the content can still be recognized fairly well in the shade using maximum brightness, and on the other hand, the reflections are too strong to still work comfortably with the tablet in daylight.

The viewing angles are not quite perfect despite the IPS screen. Although it is still possible to recognize the content from very acute angles, the contrast is no longer fully available, and dark or bright color levels bleed into each other.

Outdoors
Outdoors
Lateral viewing angles
Lateral viewing angles

Performance

"Intel Inside" is found on the Iconia A1-830's metal back and refers to the Intel Atom Z2560 SoC that does its job under the hood. The base clock of the dual-core processor is 933 MHz, but the clock can be boosted up to 1.6 GHz. It is also possible to process four tasks simultaneously via Hyper-Threading.

The processor is considerably stronger than the MediaTek MT6589 in the precursor. This quickly becomes evident in the benchmarks: It has a lead of 58% in Linpack Multi-Core. Google's Nexus 7 barely has an advantage in the processor benchmark; the iPad Mini is approximately four times as strong, but it is also significantly more expensive.

The graphics card is the same as found in the former Iconia A1-810. The PowerVR SGX544 with 400 MHz still does its job. Nevertheless, our review sample takes the lead on the precursor in 3DMark owing to its overall faster system. However, performance-oriented users should preferably take Google's Nexus 7. Google's tablet has a lead of 74% in 3DMark.

Our review sample did well in the browser tests, and the storage's speed is slightly above class average. Google's Nexus 7, the iPad Mini and Amazon's Kindle Fire HDX 7 all surpass it here.

Smooth operation is possible in routine use; demanding games also run smoothly. However, they sometimes need a bit longer to load.

Linpack Android / IOS
Single Thread (sort by value)
Acer Iconia A1-830
107.894 MFLOPS ∼11%
Acer Iconia A1-810
34.218 MFLOPS ∼3% -68%
Google Nexus 7 2013
97.481 MFLOPS ∼10% -10%
Apple iPad mini Retina
536.03 MFLOPS ∼52% +397%
Amazon Kindle Fire HDX 7 inch
429.915 MFLOPS ∼42% +298%
Gigaset QV830
38.403 MFLOPS ∼4% -64%
Lenovo S5000-F
38.21 MFLOPS ∼4% -65%
Asus Fonepad ME372CG
97.708 MFLOPS ∼10% -9%
Multi Thread (sort by value)
Acer Iconia A1-830
225.189 MFLOPS ∼9%
Acer Iconia A1-810
95.077 MFLOPS ∼4% -58%
Google Nexus 7 2013
253.634 MFLOPS ∼10% +13%
Apple iPad mini Retina
998.18 MFLOPS ∼41% +343%
Amazon Kindle Fire HDX 7 inch
727.011 MFLOPS ∼30% +223%
Gigaset QV830
127.104 MFLOPS ∼5% -44%
Lenovo S5000-F
118.114 MFLOPS ∼5% -48%
Asus Fonepad ME372CG
214.589 MFLOPS ∼9% -5%
AnTuTu Benchmark v4 - Total Score (sort by value)
Acer Iconia A1-830
18872 Points ∼44%
Amazon Kindle Fire HDX 7 inch
34503 Points ∼80% +83%
Gigaset QV830
13276 Points ∼31% -30%
Asus Fonepad ME372CG (4.0.4)
18062 Points ∼42% -4%
Geekbench 3
32 Bit Single-Core Score (sort by value)
Acer Iconia A1-830
453 Points ∼10%
Apple iPad mini Retina
1393 Points ∼30% +208%
Amazon Kindle Fire HDX 7 inch
863 Points ∼19% +91%
Gigaset QV830
325 Points ∼7% -28%
Lenovo S5000-F
326 Points ∼7% -28%
Asus Fonepad ME372CG
448 Points ∼10% -1%
32 Bit Multi-Core Score (sort by value)
Acer Iconia A1-830
1056 Points ∼7%
Apple iPad mini Retina
2512 Points ∼16% +138%
Amazon Kindle Fire HDX 7 inch
2622 Points ∼16% +148%
Gigaset QV830
1077 Points ∼7% +2%
Lenovo S5000-F
1089 Points ∼7% +3%
Asus Fonepad ME372CG
1053 Points ∼7% 0%
3DMark (2013)
1280x720 Ice Storm Standard Score (sort by value)
Acer Iconia A1-830
6798 Points ∼4%
Acer Iconia A1-810
3148 Points ∼2% -54%
Google Nexus 7 2013
11828 Points ∼7% +74%
Gigaset QV830
3176 Points ∼2% -53%
Lenovo S5000-F
3001 Points ∼2% -56%
Asus Fonepad ME372CG
6535 Points ∼4% -4%
1280x720 Ice Storm Standard Graphics (sort by value)
Acer Iconia A1-830
6479 Points ∼1%
Acer Iconia A1-810
2694 Points ∼0% -58%
Google Nexus 7 2013
12167 Points ∼2% +88%
Gigaset QV830
2749 Points ∼0% -58%
Lenovo S5000-F
2545 Points ∼0% -61%
Asus Fonepad ME372CG
6191 Points ∼1% -4%
1280x720 Ice Storm Standard Physics (sort by value)
Acer Iconia A1-830
8212 Points ∼5%
Acer Iconia A1-810
7673 Points ∼5% -7%
Google Nexus 7 2013
10777 Points ∼7% +31%
Gigaset QV830
6958 Points ∼4% -15%
Lenovo S5000-F
8034 Points ∼5% -2%
Asus Fonepad ME372CG
8113 Points ∼5% -1%
Vellamo Mobile Benchmark 2.0
Metal (sort by value)
Acer Iconia A1-830
624 Points ∼35%
Acer Iconia A1-810
452 Points ∼25% -28%
Google Nexus 7 2013
727 Points ∼41% +17%
Amazon Kindle Fire HDX 7 inch
1153 Points ∼65% +85%
Gigaset QV830
433 Points ∼24% -31%
Lenovo S5000-F
507 Points ∼28% -19%
Asus Fonepad ME372CG (2.0.2)
612 Points ∼34% -2%
HTML5 (sort by value)
Acer Iconia A1-830
1623 Points ∼52%
Acer Iconia A1-810
1542 Points ∼50% -5%
Google Nexus 7 2013
1663 Points ∼53% +2%
Amazon Kindle Fire HDX 7 inch
2839 Points ∼91% +75%
Gigaset QV830
1504 Points ∼48% -7%
Lenovo S5000-F
1558 Points ∼50% -4%
Asus Fonepad ME372CG (2.0.2)
1845 Points ∼59% +14%
Peacekeeper - --- (sort by value)
Acer Iconia A1-830
579 Points ∼9%
Acer Iconia A1-810
572 Points ∼9% -1%
Google Nexus 7 2013
611 Points ∼10% +6%
Apple iPad mini Retina
1724 Points ∼28% +198%
Amazon Kindle Fire HDX 7 inch
975 Points ∼16% +68%
Gigaset QV830
524 Points ∼8% -9%
Lenovo S5000-F
572 Points ∼9% -1%
Asus Fonepad ME372CG
601 Points ∼10% +4%
AndroBench 3
Sequential Read 256KB (sort by value)
Acer Iconia A1-830
71.58 MB/s ∼26%
Acer Iconia A1-810
46.43 MB/s ∼17% -35%
Google Nexus 7 2013
59.73 MB/s ∼21% -17%
Amazon Kindle Fire HDX 7 inch
133.56 MB/s ∼48% +87%
Gigaset QV830
50.86 MB/s ∼18% -29%
Lenovo S5000-F
61.69 MB/s ∼22% -14%
Asus Fonepad ME372CG
50.02 MB/s ∼18% -30%
Sequential Write 256KB (sort by value)
Acer Iconia A1-830
14.08 MB/s ∼19%
Acer Iconia A1-810
10.41 MB/s ∼14% -26%
Google Nexus 7 2013
13.97 MB/s ∼19% -1%
Amazon Kindle Fire HDX 7 inch
22.1 MB/s ∼29% +57%
Gigaset QV830
6.14 MB/s ∼8% -56%
Lenovo S5000-F
17.28 MB/s ∼23% +23%
Asus Fonepad ME372CG
10.75 MB/s ∼14% -24%
Random Read 4KB (sort by value)
Acer Iconia A1-830
11.87 MB/s ∼33%
Acer Iconia A1-810
12.29 MB/s ∼34% +4%
Google Nexus 7 2013
11.99 MB/s ∼33% +1%
Amazon Kindle Fire HDX 7 inch
16.52 MB/s ∼46% +39%
Gigaset QV830
13.43 MB/s ∼37% +13%
Lenovo S5000-F
13.98 MB/s ∼39% +18%
Asus Fonepad ME372CG
10.6 MB/s ∼29% -11%
Random Write 4KB (sort by value)
Acer Iconia A1-830
0.8 MB/s ∼6%
Acer Iconia A1-810
0.63 MB/s ∼4% -21%
Google Nexus 7 2013
0.82 MB/s ∼6% +3%
Amazon Kindle Fire HDX 7 inch
1.33 MB/s ∼9% +66%
Gigaset QV830
0.44 MB/s ∼3% -45%
Lenovo S5000-F
0.49 MB/s ∼3% -39%
Asus Fonepad ME372CG
0.57 MB/s ∼4% -29%

Legend

 
Acer Iconia A1-830 Intel Atom Z2560, PowerVR SGX544MP2, 16 GB iNAND Flash
 
Acer Iconia A1-810 Mediatek MT6589, PowerVR SGX544, 16 GB iNAND Flash
 
Google Nexus 7 2013 Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro APQ8064A, Qualcomm Adreno 320, 16 GB SSD
 
Apple iPad mini Retina Apple A7, PowerVR G6430, 16 GB iNAND Flash
 
Amazon Kindle Fire HDX 7 inch Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 MSM8974, Qualcomm Adreno 330, 16 GB SSD
 
Gigaset QV830 Mediatek MT8125, PowerVR SGX544, 8 GB SSD
 
Lenovo S5000-F Mediatek MT8125, PowerVR SGX544, 16 GB eMMC Flash
 
Asus Fonepad ME372CG Intel Atom Z2560, PowerVR SGX544MP2, 16 GB SSD

Emissions

Temperature

Like the precursor, the temperatures remain within a very acceptable range and are even slightly lower on the whole. The absolute maximum temperature is 36.1 °C on the front. Although that is noticed, it should not cause any restrictions in routine use. The area around the front-facing camera is barely cooler in idle. We ascertained 35 °C here.

Max. Load
 32.9 °C32.8 °C35.3 °C 
 30.3 °C30.7 °C36.1 °C 
 28.8 °C29.4 °C34.5 °C 
Maximum: 36.1 °C
Average: 32.3 °C
28.9 °C29.5 °C29.5 °C
29.2 °C28.6 °C29 °C
29.3 °C29.4 °C28.3 °C
Maximum: 29.5 °C
Average: 29.1 °C
Power Supply (max.)  37.4 °C | Room Temperature 21.6 °C | Voltcraft IR-350

Speakers

Acer places both speakers on the back's lower edge. Thus, a real stereo effect is thwarted because both speakers are located quite close to each other. However, the speakers are sufficiently loud. Trebles and mids are well-defined, and the sound is clear even in maximum volume. Although low ranges are missing, the speakers are overall good for a tablet from this price range.

Energy Management

Power Consumption

Acer's Iconia A1-830 is more energy-efficient than the precursor. For example, it consumes an average of 3.9 watts in idle. The absolute maximum is 7.3 watts, which is 0.5 watt lower than that of the Iconia A1-810 but also 1 watt more than from the iPad Mini. It is good that our review sample does not drain power from the charger when it is turned off. The Iconia A1-810 had a very high consumption rate here.

Power Consumption

Off / Standby 0.01 / 0.4 Watt
Idle 1 / 3.9 / 4.1 Watt
Load 5.7 / 7.3 Watt
 
Key: min: , med: , max:         Voltcraft VC 940

Battery Runtime

The battery supplies 21.4 watt hours and thus has a higher capacity than both Google's Nexus 7 (16 watt hours) and the iPad Mini (16.3 watt hours). Consequently, Acer's Iconia A1-830 has a slight advantage in the runtimes. 7:26 hours is a good performance for the Wi-Fi test; Google's Nexus 7 and Amazon's Kindle Fire HDX 7 are both drained approximately half an hour earlier.

Although Apple's iPad Mini clearly lasts longer with 12 hours, it cannot render any flash content, so that the test results are a bit distorted here. Generally, Acer's Iconia A1-830 lasts a bit longer than many equally priced comparable tablets.

Battery Runtime
WiFi Surfing
7h 26min
Load (maximum brightness)
2h 45min

Verdict

With its Iconia A1-830, Acer shows that it might not have as much experience with tablets as with laptops, but that it is able and willing to continuously develop its product.

Thus, the Iconia A1-830 is clearly an evolution compared with the A1-810. It features a significantly better casing, is lighter, slimmer, more energy efficient in higher performance, presents better runtimes, and really good cameras. Now, the Iconia A1-830 does not have to fear a comparison with Google's Nexus 7, particularly since our review sample offers a micro-SD slot that is still not available in Google's tablet or the considerably pricier iPad Mini.

The screen's low resolution of 1024x768 pixels is still noticed adversely, which simply does not seem contemporary and lets content look blurry. Acer could gradually update the installed Android version. The manufacturer could also be a bit more self-confident in terms of design; there's no need to follow the leader.

On the whole, there is agreeably little to complain about. Acer has taken a lesson from the feedback of the first tablet and has launched a considerably more sophisticated tablet on the market with its Iconia A1-830. That will please everyone looking for a tablet equal with Google's Nexus 7 but want an expandable storage and a better camera.

Although the Iconia A1-830 does a better job than its precursor in many fields, it receives a slightly lower rating. This is due to our new test system that equalizes the rankings, particularly among mobile devices. The direct comparability with former ratings is thus no longer given. More information about this can be found here.

In Review: Acer Iconia A1-830. Review sample courtesy of Acer Germany
In Review: Acer Iconia A1-830. Review sample courtesy of Acer Germany
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Specifications

Acer Iconia A1-830
Processor
Intel Atom Z2560 0.933 GHz
Graphics adapter
PowerVR SGX544MP2, Core: 400 MHz
Memory
1024 MB 
, LPDDR2
Display
7.9 inch 4:3, 1024x768 pixel, capacitive, multi-touchscreen, IPS
Harddisk
16 GB iNAND Flash, 16 GB 
, 11.52 GB free
Connections
1 USB 2.0, Audio Connections: 3.5 mm headset jack, Card Reader: micro-SD card reader, Sensors: motion sensor, position sensor, GPS,
Networking
802.11 b/g/n (b g n ), 3.0 Bluetooth
Size
height x width x depth (in mm): 8.2 x 138.4 x 203 ( = 0.32 x 5.45 x 7.99 in)
Weight
380 g ( = 13.4 oz) Power Supply: 47 g ( = 1.66 oz)
Battery
21.4 Wh Lithium-Polymer, 4000 mAh, Battery runtime (according to manufacturer): 10 h
Price
170 Euro
Operating System
Android 4.2
Additional features
Webcam: Rear: 5 MP, Front: 2 MP, Speakers: two rear-sided speakers, Keyboard: virtual keyboard, 12 Months Warranty

 

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Pro

+Stylish design
+Light and slim
+Metal back
+Micro-SD slot
+Decent cameras
+Bright screen
+Relatively high application performance
+Good battery runtimes
 

Cons

-No unique design
-Touchscreen could be sleeker
-Older Android version
-Imperfect viewing angles
-Screen's low resolution
-Short warranty period

Shortcut

What we like

That Acer consistently works on its tablet and has improved it considerably.

What we miss

The screen could have a higher resolution by now.

What surprises us

That other manufactures beside Google are slowly offering really good and affordable tablets.

The competition

Google Nexus 7iPad Mini, Kindle Fire HDX 7, Gigaset QV830, Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 7.0 Lite, Huawei MediaPad 7 Vogue, Lenovo S5000-F, Asus Fonepad.

Rating

Acer Iconia A1-830
04/30/2014 v4
Florian Wimmer

Chassis
80%
Keyboard
69 / 80 → 86%
Pointing Device
81%
Connectivity
35 / 70 → 50%
Weight
85 / 88 → 94%
Battery
89%
Display
83%
Games Performance
55 / 80 → 69%
Application Performance
25 / 70 → 36%
Temperature
90%
Noise
100%
Audio
59 / 91 → 65%
Camera
69 / 85 → 81%
Average
71%
82%
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Author: Florian Wimmer, 2014-04- 7 (Update: 2014-05-15)