It looks like Amazon is continuing its epic countdown to Black Friday with some great daily deals. Today's deal is for an Acer Iconia 7-Inch HD Tablet With Intel Atom Processor, and you can now buy this product for $98! It normally costs $129.99, so this is a nice deal. You'll also qualify for free shipping! Just remember that this deal is only valid today, and quantities are limited, so I recommend that you check out this deal now before it's out of stock.
The Acer Iconia 7-Inch HD Tablet With Intel Atom Processor has a myriad of great features. It has a 7.0" display, a maximum HD resolution of 1280 x 800 resolution, and an LED-backlit TFT LCD with integrated multitouch (supports 10-finger touch). It runs on the Android 4.2 Jelly Bean OS, and has 1 GB of LPDDR2 system memory (onboard), 8 GB eMMC, and even a webcam (front) that supports a 1600 x 1200 resolution, and 720p HD audio/video recording. If you want to learn more about the details of this tablet, just click here.
Having a tablet is very convenient. I use mine for everything! You can easily check your emails, watch videos online, browse the web, and even do some work (just download an Office-compatible app). Also, there are a boatload of free apps available for Android devices, so you'll never be bored with this Acer Iconia 7-Inch HD Tablet With Intel Atom Processor!
If you wanted to purchase this Acer Iconia 7-Inch HD Tablet With Intel Atom Processor at Best Buy, it would cost you $139.99. It's also $129.99 at The Source. I've included a brief review of this device from a satisfied Amazon customer below:
Great tablet, beautiful, fast and cheap! It is a great device.
This deal and many others are currently posted in the Black Friday section of our website, so check it out often to find the latest deals. You can also check out the Black Friday section of our website to see some of the other deals that you can get from Amazon. As I mentioned previously, quantities are limited, so check out this deal now. Happy hunting, Bargainmoosers!
(Expiry: 6th November 2014)