Windows 8.1 10.1-inch tablet with detachable keyboard to be sold for $179 at Walmart
Microsoft has just announced that a PC maker called E FUN will be selling a Windows 8.1 10.1-inch tablet with a detachable keyboard for just $179. The tablet will go on sale at Walmart stores starting in mid-November and pre-orders will be taken starting on October 23 at Walmart.com. It will also go on sale in December at Sam's Club.
The E FUN Nextbook tablet will have a 1280x800 display and will contain an Intel Atom quad-core processor with a clock speed of 1.83 GHz. Inside there's 1 GB of RAM, 32 GB of onboard storage with a MicroSD card slot, an HDMI port and a microUSB port. It also has a 2 MP rear camera and a 0.3 front facing camera. In addition to Windows 8.1, the tablet will offer users a 1 year free subscription to Office 365 Personal which includes 1TB of OneDrive cloud storage.
This news follows word that HP will launch a $99 seven inch Windows 8.1 tablet in November. Micro Center is also offering their own seven inch Windows 8.1 WinBook tablet for $99.99 in its stores. Will you buy this new $179 tablet with an included keyboard?
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This low budget devices that obviously get more and more will turn into a headache for Android. :)
and gives a boost to the Windows Store.
Even a small increase in memory makes a big difference in meeting and exceeding peoples expectations.
A happy customer makes for a repeat customer and referring customer.
2 gig is the bare minimum IMHO Posted via the Windows Phone Central App for Android
As below to it, they have to cut the hardware in order to make it cheap. Which will be a kind of compromise with the performance and device as well..