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    Acer ICONIA One 7 B1-730HD-17P0*

    Intel® Atom™ processor

    From $118.99

    • OS: Android
    • Screen: 7"
    • Memory: 1 GB
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    (7 reviews)

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Technical Specifications


  • Z2560 processor
  • Y
  • Intel® Atom™
  • 2/4
  • 1.0 MB


  • Y
  • Y


  • -


  • Black
  • Slate


  • 7"
  • Y
  • 1200 x 800 pixels


  • PowerVR SGX544 MP2

Intel Technlogies

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  • Y
  • N


  • Y
  • -


  • 1 GB


  • N
  • Y
  • Y
  • 802.11b, 802.11g, 802.11n

Operating System & Software

  • Android

Ports & Interfaces

  • MicroSD (TransFlash), MicroSDHC
  • Y

Weight & Dimensions

  • 0.7 lbs
  • 10.16 mm
  • 119.4 mm
  • 198.1 mm
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Expert Reviews (7)

  • 10 0

    Date: 11/08/2014

    Good: Application performance, Battery life, IPS display with stable viewing angles, MicroSD card slot, Decent speakers, Good mix of preinstalled software

    Bad: Apps cannot be saved on microSD card, Awful camera modules, Insufficient brightness for outdoor use, Creaky case

    Just this past March, we reviewed the third generation of Acer's budget series, the Acer Iconia B1-721 . The new Acer Iconia One 7 B1-730 represents yet another entry-level tablet. The device lacks 3G functionality and positions itself a little beneath th...

  • 10 0

    Date: 18/07/2014

    Good: The Acer Iconia One 7 starts at $130 and has a microSD card expansion slot.

    Bad: The thick design is outdated, its plastic build feels filmsy, and the screen's range of color is underwhelming

    Simple and forgettable is the story of Acer's Iconia One 7. In fact, it's almost as if Acer took it out of a time capsule from 2012.Indeed, the unremarkable plastic design, simple specs and subpar screen evoke an earlier era of 7-inch tablets , but Acer s...

  • 10 0

    Date: 01/07/2014

    Good: Good performance for the price, Nice design and texture on the back, Overall good value

    Bad: Subpar display, Terrible cameras, Massive bezels, Jelly Bean

    The same goes for its Android devices – Acer has done a pretty good job of placing itself in the "budget, but not really awful" category when it comes to its mobile division. The company's budget-friendly A1-830 is a great example of a decent piece of har...

  • 10 0

    Date: 24/06/2014

    Good: Low price, Light weight feels good for onehanded use, Nice viewing angles for a budget tablet

    Bad: Soso battery life, Display is prone to glare, Awkward placement of ports, Heavy on the bloatware

    For a while now, you could get a 7-incher for $100 or under if you weren't too fussy, but respectability went out of the window, and fast. Google Certification, a decent screen, and wide viewing angles—all crucial considerations—would be just some of the ...

  • 10 0

    Date: 13/06/2014

    Good: Affordable. Memory card slot for expanding storage. Playful color choices.

    Bad: Bottom Line, The Acer Iconia One 7 tablet will suffice for casual Web browsing and media consumption, but even at this low price, there are better options

    I've about had it with the "One" naming convention sweeping the tech world. No, sorry: Your device is not the One. With that out of the way, let's get to the Acer Iconia One 7. The $129 (8GB) slate joins the ranks of affordable and passable, but utterly u...

  • 10 0

    Date: 28/05/2014

    Good: Inexpensive, Relatively attractive design

    Bad: Poor display quality, Mediocre performance, Terrible camera quality

    The Acer Iconia One 7 is a no-frills 7-inch Android tablet priced at just $130. It's understandably a model aimed at someone on a budget, but would also work for those interested in picking up a secondary device intended for infrequent use. However, with ...

  • 10 0

    Date: 09/05/2014

    Good: Lightweight attractive design; Low price; Solid sound

    Bad: Mediocre battery life; Dull screen; Awful cameras

    It wasn't long ago that a usable tablet from a major brand would cost several hundred dollars. Today, however, there are a number of high-quality slates available for well under $150. The new $129 Acer Iconia One 7 has an attractive, colorful design and p...

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