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Acer A510 vs Asus TF300t

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1st May 2012, 10:51 AM   |  #11  
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So, if viewing angles are narrow, can i have problem if i watch a movie with another person (i can't stay straigth to display obviously)?

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Viewing angles are NOT a problem. At all.
1st May 2012, 01:41 PM   |  #13  
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For my use im fine with the A500, the A510 isn't enough of a jump. THe A700 however is, and I am glad they will have faster usb and a full port again. THe 1080p screen is nice, the #d display model nicer.

The price of the A700 however may be another story.
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Viewing angles are NOT a problem. At all.

Agreed. I've used it propped on my lap, and laying flat on the couch in front on me... my son and I shared it for reading together last night. We we're both able to read without having to move it. I should note that this is all at minimum brightness. In fact, I'm looking for a way to dim it even more... indoors even the minimum seems brighter than I care for. So no, its not IPS, but the display is excellent none the less and provides excellent viewing angles.

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