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Acer Iconia A1-830

The Acer Iconia A1-830 is a sleek and simple tablet for basic use, but you need only spend $50 more to upgrade to a slate with faster performance and better features.

By Apr. 1, 2014

3 stars Editor's rating Apr. 1, 2014
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The Acer Iconia A1-830 looks surprisingly dapper (pictures)

Cheap tablets usually cheap out on design aesthetics as well. Not so with Acer's new 8-inch Android tablet.

6 Images By Jan. 8, 2014

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Samsung 830 SSD review: Fast and not so furious

CNET editor Dong Ngo reviews the Samsung 830 series solid-state drive.

By Sep. 23, 2011

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Samsung 830 SSD

If the price is right, you don't need to look any further than the Samsung 830 series to upgrade your computer's internal storage to the best possible performance.

By Sep. 23, 2011

4 stars Editor's rating Sep. 23, 2011
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Acer upgrades A1-830 tablet, adds Intel Atom CPU, little else

The 4:3 aspect ratio toting tablet is only a slight upgrade from last year's model.

By Jan. 7, 2014

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Sharp Aquos Quattron 830

Although it's blessed with a solid feature set, the picture quality of Sharp LC-LE830U series falls short of most LED-based LCD TVs we've tested.

By May. 11, 2011

3 stars Editor's rating May. 11, 2011
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Samsung 830 Series

Continuing the tradition of the previous model, the Samsung 830 solid-state drive offers both great performance and an eye-catching design.

By Sep. 24, 2011

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Buy a Samsung 830 SSD, get Ghost Recon Future Soldier for free

Samsung announces a new deal that bundles a downloadable version of the Ghost Recon: Future Soldier game for free with a Samsung 830 series SSD 128GB or larger.

By Jun. 5, 2012

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AKG K 830 BT Wireless Headphones

The AKG K 830 BT headphones offer a simple wireless solution for music lovers sick of tangled headphone cords, but the underwhelming Bluetooth audio fidelity isn't worth the overambitious price.

Mar. 24, 2011

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The 404 830: Where sorry does not put the crackers in our stomachs (podcast)

Today we explore an offer from PayPal's co-founder to give a $100,000 fellowship to students who drop out and start their own company. He argues that people under 20 can learn more useful skills at a start-up than at a university.

By May. 27, 2011