The E Fun Nextbook Flexx 9 is a Windows 10 2-in-1 tablet for $139

E Fun has released a number of cheap tablets and notebooks with Windows 8.1 pre-installed in the past. Now they are doing the same for Windows 10 devices, and the cheapest model is the E Fun Nextbook Flexx 9. It's a 2-in-1 tablet that comes with a keyboard dock that only costs $139.

For that price, you get an 8.9-inch tablet with a resolution of 1280x800, an Intel Atom Z3735G Bay Trail processor, 1GB of RAM and 32GB of onboard storage, along with a microSD card slot for adding up to 64GB of more storage. The keyboard dock has a full-sized USB 2.0 port, and the tablet portion has microUSB and microHDMI ports. Buyers can get the tablet in three color choices, black, purple or blue.

Yes, it's super-cheap and the hardware is on the low end but it does run the full version of Windows 10. Would you buy the E Fun Nextbook Flexx 9 as a budget backup for your main PC? Let us know in the comments!

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John Callaham
  • Will work great with Onedrive, oh wait. Looks nice bit of kit for the price
  • EXACTLY my thoughts!
  • This Onedrive issue is even starting to trend on Facebook. Microsoft needs to do some PR damage control NOW. I hate being stuck on the sidelines like this.
  • Comes with OneDrive Nano. New master stroke of S. "The Mastermind" Nadella.
  • OneDrive nano! Lol I have office 365 just about to hit the 1tb mark and now that's the cap
  • +1TB
  • It will actually, assuming you have office 365 like most of us.
  • Might be great for my kids
  • Yeah, it could be a great backup or a great thing for kids to use to play or do simple, light things.
  • Great thing for my parents. Usually i give them my old things when i buy new ones (like last the surface 3 replacing an old Lenovo Miix).
  • That's what I was thinking. Like to get my boy a W10 tablet for Christmas. Not many kid friendly Windows 10 tablets. IPad is too expensive and Android is something I wouldn't recommend to anyone.
  • Can this run Edge with multiple tabs? I have a 2011 netbook running on AMD E350 APU which struggled to even run a tab.
  • I feel like the RAM will be more relevant to the browser than will be the processor.
  • wow - im shocked at the low price for a 2-1 device running full windows 10 I would have to see this in person before buying.
  • I didn't even know that windows 10 could run with only 1 GB ram Posted via the Windows Central App for Android
  • Well, now you do....
  • And it runs pretty smooth with very low specs. Though you are restricted in running heavy games and rendering apps, everything for productivity, entertainment and browsing runs very smooth.
  • W10 hardware requirements state a minimum of 1GB for 32-bit and 2GB for 64-bit
  • You're pretty dumb...
  • Perfect for all those whining the SP4 is expensive.
  • Lol
  • Not bad
  • Looks similar to a linx 10 tablet
  • Maybe with an extra gig of RAM. It would still work pretty nice for something for traveling with
  • Battery life?
  • Man, this kind of low storage tablet is useless without placeholder files :/
  • LOL, it has the same storage as the base iPad Pro, and the iPad Pro costs $966 with the keyboard.
  • I got yhe Nextbook 2-1 with Windows 8.1 for my college niece and it really helped her a lot in her school projects, research and productivity. She doesn't have a full desktop PC but this 2-1 device never let her down.
  • 1GB of RAM? This is definitely a headache waiting to kill someone. Posted via the Windows Central App for Android
  • 1GB ram is too painful.  Will pass.
  • Something like this would be perfect for flight sim enthusiasts who usually use lower-end hardware to power multiple USB devices and offload working on the CPU if the main machine. Also probably good for a cheap streaming device.
  • The ONLY reason my answer to "would you buy a Nextbook Flexx 9?" is "No" is...........because I already have a Nextbook Flexx 11!!! Bigger, and more powerful, and less than $100 more money. Though I can CERTAINLY nitpick the 11, and while it certainly is no match for a "REAL" Microsoft Surface, and while I'll either give it away or eBay it the instant I can afford to buy a real surface, it is a GREAT budget approximation for the price! If you're looking for a permanent alternative to a Surface, it will probably last you longer than you want it to, if you know what I mean. But if you're just looking for something to get your foot in the one! They're gold!!! And I would imagine that most everything I said about the 11 could be said about the 9 as well, only for even less money, and in a smaller, more travel-ready size! On the other hand, if you're want a bigger screen and a little bit better hardware, and are willing to put out $230, plus probably do the Windows 10 upgrade yourself, the 11 is still for sale. -OR- if you want a middle ground, there is also a Nextbook Flexx 10 which meets the two in the middle in size, price, and specs (though it will probably still ship with 8.1 like the 11). Bottom line: I think all three are basically equal in terms of value proposition. Pick your size and you can't really go too wrong. I do hope the speakers are better on the 9 than on the 11, though...that's one part of the hardware I just can't defend. Headphones here are a MUST! :-) Cheers!!!
  • I'm might get this, wow!
  • Meh. If it had 2/3 gigabytes than it would be a good option. Posted via the Windows Central App for Android
  • Good price, but really I feel anything that runs Windows should really have 2GB RAM at minimum.
  • 1gb ram is nice to remind devs about standards.
  • How is Windows 10 performing in 1GB RAM?
  • For people who complain about the Flexx 9's specs and can afford more than $139 for a Win 10 hybrid, I suggest you look at the Asus T100HA ( It offers the newer Z8500 Processor, 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of memory all for only $299!
  • I'm currently running Windows 10 on an old Acer nettop with 1gb RAM and and a single-core Atom, it's a little slow but still faster than it was with Win7. BTW they're $89 US at Sam's Club now. I bought one for myself and for my 11 year old. I put his under the tree and mine has yet to arrive, so the verdict is still out. I'm not expecting a laptop replacement, but a tablet that runs Windows with a keyboard for >$100? If I can play a movie or Uno on it and update my resume, I'm good.