E FUN introduces the Nextbook Flexx 9 2-in-1 tablet which debuts at Walmart
E FUN is no stranger when it comes to rolling out tablets, what more 2-in-1 tablets to more or less a saturated tablet market. Well, their Nextbook 10.1 2-in-1 tablet did have students in mind when it was revealed to the masses earlier this September, and here we are with a Walmart debut of the Nextbook Flexx 9 2-in-1 tablet. Basically, the Nextbook Flexx 9 2-in-1 tablet is meant to trumpet the following qualities: being portable, versatile in use, and of course, easy on your budget. Perhaps with the holiday season coming up, this would make for the ideal holiday gift when it comes to someone whom you know loves to play video games, or to watch video on the move, or simply spend plenty of time online on social media and firing out emails to keep in touch.
The Nextbook Flexx 9 2-in-1 tablet will sport a detachable keyboard that obviously makes this a tablet or portable notebook hybrid. It is a Walmart exclusive, where this highly flexible device will retail for a very, very affordable $97.77 a pop — making it 30% cheaper compared to its regular sticker price of $139.99. There is a quad-core Intel Atom processor that runs proceedings from underneath the hood in addition to Windows 10 as the operating system of choice, merging the productivity of a laptop with the mobile ease of a tablet.
Hardware specifications point to an 8.9-inch high-resolution IPS screen at 1280×800 pixels with a 16:10 aspect ratio that ensures vivid picture quality — be it whether you are using it to play, read, watch, stream, or work. It tips the scales at under a pound, which more or less this versatile enough to bring with you anywhere. Integrated connectivity options include Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, and a microSD memory card slot bumps up the 32GB of internal storage by another 64GB. A microHDMI port lets you mirror whatever you want to project onto a TV too, now how about that? Choose from black, purple, or blue shades, and it will even arrive with a free subscription to Office Mobile – that includes Word, Excel, PowerPoint and OneNote apps that are built for Windows tablets and designed for work on the go.