If you have been on the lookout for tablets for quite some time already, but never really managed to settle on a particular model, how about giving the Windows platform a go? It will definitely be a refreshing change from that of your regular Android or iOS-powered slate, and you get to taste something alternative as well. E FUN has decided to help make your decision easier with the introduction of the Flexx 11 and Flexx 10 tablets that will run on the Windows 8.1 operating system, not to mention having an Intel Atom processor power these bad boys, accompanied by detachable magnetic keyboards in order to make you all the more productive while you are on the move.
The Nextbook Flexx range of 2-in-1 tablets with Windows 8.1 can be broken down into the new 11.6” Flexx 11 as well as its smaller sibling, the 10.1” Flexx 10. Regardless of which particular model that you decide to settle for, both of them will deliver a great value with the best features of a tablet and laptop.
For instance, there is a detachable POGO keyboard and touch screen display, targeting the budget-conscious consumer. Selected Walmart stores and Walmart.com will offer these tablets for $227 (Flexx 11) and $178 (Flexx 10), respectively, while those who own the Nextbook Flexx tablets are also able to make the free upgrade to Windows 10 when July 29 rolls around.
The larger Nextbook Flexx 11 will come with an 11.6” 1366 x 768 IPS display, 64GB of internal memory, a stylish blue trim as well as a backlit LED keyboard. As for the Flexx 10, it will be an update to the highly popular 10.1” Nextbook with a 1280 x 800 IPS display and 32GB internal memory, a whole year’s worth of subscription to Microsoft Office 365 Personal with 1TB of OneDrive cloud storage for a year and 60 Skype world minutes per month for one year. A quad-core Intel AtomTM Z3735F processor with 2GB RAM, Bluetooth 4.0 and Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n connectivity, a 9,000mAh Lithium battery that delivers up to 8 hours of general use makes these to be more than decent tablets, don’t you think so?