With so many tablets available on the market right now it’s very hard to decide which one to get. There are great tablets, good tablets, budget tablets and very bad tablets. Apple announced their latest iPad Air 2s and iPad Mini 3 last week and everyone agrees that these two are in the “great” tablets category. But what happens to the more obscure ones that could really be a pleasant surprise? How can we promote them better? One of those is the new E Fun Windows tablet, a budget tablet that costs less than $200.
The new E Fun Windows tablet was made in a collaborative effort between Microsoft and Intel and comes with a detachable keyboard,1TB of OneDrive storage and a year of Office 365 Personal. The new E Fun Windows tablet will be available at Sam’s Club and Walmart.
The new E Fun Windows tablet is a hybrid between a tablet and a laptop and comes with plenty of good specifications, especially considering its low price. The Notebook features a 10.1 inch IPS multi-touch display, a resolution of 1280×800 p and wide viewing angles. It also comes with a POGO detachable keyboard, which turns the tablet into a laptop and the other way around.
Regarding its interior, the new E Fun Windows tablet runs on an Intel Atom 1.83 GHz Quad Core processor, 32GB of internal storage, 1GB of RAM and a microSD card slot for adding up to 64GB of storage space. The new E Fun Windows tablet runs on a 6,000mAh battery, features a micro USB port, a combo audio jack, mini HDMI, a 2MP front webcam, Bluetooth 4.0, a 3 axis g sensor and a Wi-Fi of 802.1 b/g/n.
The new E Fun Windows tablet will be available for pre-order on October 23; you can get the new tablet if you order from Walmart’s official site. The E Fun Windows tablet will be available in stores next month and in December it will be released in Sam’s Club. The E Fun Windows tablet costs $179.
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