Reviewers Liked

  • All-day battery life, Durable design
  • Textured back is perfect for grip, Decent display with solid viewing angles, Fully functional USB-C port, Battery life is great
  • Crisp, bright display, Rugged design is perfect for the education market, Long-lasting battery, Stylus is great for taking quick notes or doodling
  • Great battery life, Lag-free intended usage, Lightweight and portable, Wacom EMR stylus embeds cleanly into the plastic casing, Bright, high-resolution display, Chrome OS administrative tools and Android apps, USB Type-C, High-quality audio
  • Simple yet functional design, Included Wacom stylus requires no pairing or charging, USB-C 3.1 Gen 1 port supports charging, data transfer, and external displays, Android apps that have been optimized for Chrome work quite well

Reviewers Didn't Like

  • Processor is slow for most tasks, Chrome OS is clunky without a physical keyboard
  • Speakers make me want to cry, Windowed Chrome OS UI straight up gone, Rockchip processor struggles under load
  • Not widely available to the general public, Plastic build at its price point, Low-resolution cameras, No IP rating or screen hardening specified, No easy way to handle full-screen app crashes, Wrap-Up, The new Acer Chromebook Tab 10 proves yet again that
  • Doesn't come with a Bluetooth keyboard, No real-time handwriting-to-text translation in text boxes, Some Android apps still have sizing/orientation issues on large-screened Chrome OS devices