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Packard Bell Liberty G100

alaTest has collected and analyzed 66 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviews about the connectivity and usability are overall positive. The responsiveness and value for money also get good feedback. There are mixed comments on the battery and screen. There are some critical views about the build quality and portability.

design, value for money, responsiveness, usability, connectivity

portability, build quality

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Tablets the Packard Bell Liberty G100 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 86/100 = Very good quality.

Review analysis

(Based on 66 reviews)

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Packard Bell Liberty Tab


The Packard Bell Liberty Tab has similar specs to its big brother the Acer A500 but unfortunately, it isn't as polished just yet

While the Liberty Tab requires a bit of optimisation it’s the least expensive path to owning a Honeycomb-powered device.

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Packard Bell Liberty Tab G100 review


Android tablet all-rounder let down by an overweight body that's good enough to appease Saturday shoppers but more discerning punters might look elsewhere

Quick browsing and navigation ; Gorgeous HD screen ; Impressive sound

Heavy build ; Unattractive design ; Not enough apps

It’s packed to the rafters with great features that make the Liberty Tab a great tablet all-rounder. The HD screen and Dolby Mobile speaker system really impress, and It’s one of the quickest tablets around with the Tegra 2 Dual Core technology nestled...

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Packard Bell Liberty Tab


With so many manufacturers trying to emulate the iPad's sleek black bezel and paper-thin form factor, it's good to see a tablet that's a little different once in a while. Enter the Packard Bell Liberty Tab, available in cherry-red or brown with a...

Decent sound ; OK battery life ; Connectivity ; Good screen

We needed to turn screen brightness right up ; Quite hefty

Secondly, the cherry-red design admittedly looks good and we certainly recommend this colour over the brown option – it's so much more interesting than having just another dark slab lying around the house.


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Packard Bell Liberty Tab review


The Packard Bell Liberty Tab has a slightly different look from some of the other 10in Android tablets with smart silver-coloured accents along its top and bottom and a browny-red rear plate. In other words, Packard Bell has successfully disguised the...

We were pleasantly surprised by the responsiveness and general likability of the Packard Bell Liberty Tab. The hardware and the rather plasticky build are not without their shortcomings, but the specification and price of this tablet is above par.

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Packard Bell Liberty Tab G100 review


It's little surprise that Packard Bell's Liberty Tab is almost identical to the Acer Iconia Tab A500, as Packard Bell is simply Acer's "style" brand. Where the Iconia Tab has a brushed-metal finish to appeal to the techie crowd, the Liberty Tab has a...

A glossier version of Acer's Iconia Tab, the Liberty Tab's touchscreen can be frustrating to use, but it's essentially the same and good value, too

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Packard Bell Liberty Tab G100 review


These days, Acer uses subsidiary Packard Bell as its stylebrand, which is why the Liberty Tab G100 looks considerably morearresting than the almost identically specced Acer Iconia A500. Buthow do they differ inside?

Sharp, clear screen, Android 3.0 Honeycomb

On the heavy side

Yes, it's a me-too Android tablet that doesn't have toomuch to distinguish it from the competition. But it is cheaper thansome of its rivals from the likes of Samsung and Sony, whiledelivering much the same benefits. If you can live with the...

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Packard Bell: Liberty Tab review


Glossy Iconia revamp at a great low price. When you take the Packard Bell Liberty Tab out of the box,...

Performance improvements with Honeycomb 3.2 and low price

Too heavy to use with one hand

Packard Bell's Liberty Tab is essentially the Acer Iconia A500 with a glossy cover, less obtrusive interface and more efficient Honeycomb OS; with the main reason to prefer this machine being the highly attractive price point.

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Packard Bell Liberty Tab G100


Acer owns Packard Bell, and many of the two firms' products look quite alike. But the similarities between its new Honeycomb tablet and the Acer equivalent are more notable than most.

Not as sleek and slim as the Galaxy Tab 10.1, but this Android 3 tablet is well priced and well designed

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Packard Bell Liberty Tab


Packard Bell's Liberty Tab looks strangely familiar, but with Honeycomb on board that's no bad thing

Not as sleek and slim as the Galaxy Tab 10.1, but this Android 3 tablet is well priced and well designed

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better than iPad


Better camera, better touch screen, and much more functual andpractical than iPad.


Product Specifications


Embedded 3G/4G: No
Embedded UMTS: No
Fingerprint Reader: No
GPS Receiver: No
Integrated TV Tuner: No
Keyboard: No
Phone Function: No
Web Cam: Yes


Bluetooth: Yes
WiFi Connectivity: Yes
WiFi Data Exchange: Yes


Aspect Ratio:16:10
Display Technology:TFT Display
LED Backlight:Edge LED
Number of Displays:1

General Features

Operating System:Android
Operating System Version:Android 3 Honeycomb


GPU TYPE:OnBoard Graphic
OnBoard Graphic Chip:OnBoard Graphic


Processor Brand:nVidia