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Nextbook offers 2-in-1 tablets for students at a very affordable price

by – on July 30th, 2017

E FUN knows that it is time to get back to school, and students who are in need of something more substantial than their regular pen and paper equipment will be able to make do with a couple of 2-in-1 tablets that will not break the bank. These 2-in-1 tablets will arrive in 11.6-inch formats, running on both Windows and Android platforms, and will sport an asking price of just $179 apiece, being far more affordable compared to your regular, full-fledged notebook, right?

 E FUN’s Nextbook 2-in-1 tablets arrive in both Android and Windows flavors in order to cater to different groups of users, depending on the kind of software that they prefer to run, while fitting in with the student’s needs as well as school requirements.

The Nextbook Android Ares 11A Tablet will sport an 11.6-inch display with an 16:9 aspect ratio and a 1366 x 768 resolution (IPS), running on Android 6.0 Marshmallow while offering access to the Google Play Store. This will open up the door to more than 1.3 million apps for the user, where most of them are free. Not only that, books, movies, music, and videos can also be purchased from the Google Play Store. With 64GB of internal memory and a microSD memory card slot for expandable purposes, a backlit keyboard, a pair of standard USB 2.0 ports, and a 9,000mAh internal rechargeable battery, the Ares 11A tablet is certainly worth checking out.

For those who prefer to rock to Windows, the Nextbook Windows 10 Flexx 11A tablet will sport similar hardware specifications, save for one difference. The microSD memory card slot here can hold only up to 64GB of space, as opposed to the Android-powered Ares 11A tablet. Running on Windows, you gain access to the Windows Store. Shared specifications include Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 4.0 connectivity, built-in front and rear facing cameras, among others.

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