E Fun Nextbook-$179 Windows Tablet With Keyboard
By Will765 On 21 Oct, 2014 At 01:07 PM | Categorized As News | With 3 Comments

It seems that Microsoft and Intel are determined to make Windows tablets grab a larger share of the market. The latest offering, soon to be available at Walmart and Sam’s Club, is the E Fun Nextbook. The 10.1″, 1280 x 800 screen device will come with a detachable keyboard for only $179.  Throw in 1TB of Onedrive storage and Office 365 Personal for a year, and it’s a hard bargain to pass up.

Of course, there are some tradeoffs to such a low price.  The cameras are poor-0.3MP front,  2MP rear.  And having only 1GB ram is really not going to make it the best of multitasking devices.  But overall it has a decent set of components, especially considering price.  The Intel Atom 3735G cpu is more than adequate, and 32GB storage is also reasonable, along with a microsd slot for expansion.  Add a microHDMI port, and 802.11b/g/n wifi, and it’s looking more and more tempting.

With Microsoft and Intel teaming up to offer discounts on licensing(MS) and cpu pricing(Intel), they may have hit upon a winning strategy to increase the awareness of Windows tablets to more average consumers. This tablet, as well as a number of other low priced Windows devices either available now or soon to be, could turn out to be a big winner this holiday season.

About - Bill Anderson posts under the clever alias will765. Gets to work from a home office for a piano moving company, in glorious Lake Hopatcong, NJ. Pretty new to android, but love technology and have been building my own(and friends)pc's for about 15 years

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  1. Where to start? Remember this is 8.1 and takes up a lot of space…only 32GB storage which OS 8 gobbles up half and a slow processor with 1gb…keep looking …

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