[WTA] Acer Iconia review

by Ali Ramdani - Thoa - » Sat, 14 May 2011 00:42:14 GMT


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Re: [WTA] Acer Iconia review

by Reza Iransah S.AB., M.H. » Sat, 14 May 2011 00:45:35 GMT


 Baru beli, tp blm dicoba apa2, baru install2 aja, tp overall sih bagus dan
memuaskan.

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Re: [WTA] Acer Iconia review

by Agus » Sat, 14 May 2011 11:04:21 GMT


 yang jadi masalah biasanya powernya ga kuat :)

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Re: [WTA] Acer Iconia review

by Alex Chandra » Sat, 14 May 2011 15:22:31 GMT


 yupp.. beda donk flashdisk sama hdd.. hdd butuh tenaga buat muter
piringannya.. bahkan bisa baca flashdisk blon tntu bisa baca microSD yg
ditempel di card reader walaupun kyknya gak ada masalah di powernya
(pengalaman pribadi).. dan lagipula mstinya theoretically, bkn
theoritically.. #eh

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