Acer at IFA 2015 revealed a Gaming Smartphone Predator 6 and a Gaming Tablet Predator 8. Packed in aluminum body with Black-Red combination, the tablet will be launched in Europe next month for €349, and in Novermber in USA at the price of $299. We have seen Nvidia Gaming tablets in the past. Is this Predator 8 good enough to compete with the same? Let's find out.


Acer Predator 8 (GT 810) sports a Full HD 8 inch zero air gap, IPS, with Predator ColorBlast tech for 100% NTSC color gamut display offering 1920 x 1200 pixel resolution. It is powered up with Intel Atom x7 processor with Intel HD Graphics (Gen 8 LP) and 2GB of RAM capable to offer us an amazing gaming experience. As per storage, the tablet comes in two variants, i.e. 32GB and 64GB built-in storage memory that can be expanded upto 128GB using microSD.


It comes out of the box with Android 5.1 Lollipop OS. Other features of Acer Predator 8 includes a 5 Megapixel primary camera, 2MP front camera and WiFi, 802.11a/b/g/n connectivity. The tablet carries DSP algorithm powered 4 front-facing speakers. It also has Predator Quadio and Dolby Audio to make the gaming sound effects much better. Coming to picture quality. Predator 8 has Predator ColorBlast technology that brings ultra color with 100% NTSC display. Just like most of the Gaming display, the tablet also offers us different display settings such as Standard, Game, Movie, Album, etc