Nextbook Flexx 11.6" 2-in-1 Tablet 2/64GB Intel Quad Core Windows 10

Walmart # 554567703

Nextbook Flexx 11.6" 2-in-1 Tablet 2/64GB Intel Quad Core Windows 10

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Upgrade your tablet with the Nextbook Flexx 11.6" Two-in-One Tablet 2/64GB. The 1.6" has a quad-core Intel Atom-based processor for optimal performance and the latest Microsoft Windows 10 Operating System. The tablet offers you the ability to touch, click or type. You choose what fits your style and activity. All the great apps you need are in the Windows Store, plus you can play Xbox games, music and videos. The Windows 10 tablet features 64GB of internal memory, and the option to expand via microSD slot to 64GB more, storage is not an issue. Keep important documents, photos, music, videos and more on this versatile tablet. The Nextbook Flexx makes a solid addition for both personal or professional use. Simply charge it and carry it in your backpack, purse or briefcase when not in use. It can help you to keep in touch with your family and friends as well using the camera and Internet connectivity.

About This Item

  • 11.6" touchscreen
  • 1.83GHz Intel Atom Z3735F Quad-Core processor
  • 64GB of storage memory
  • Windows 10 OS
  • Webcams, WiFi and Bluetooth
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    Great 2 in 1, needs to be managed

    I am a software engineer so I will be coming at this review from a very technical perspective. I really wanted a Surface Pro, however, they can be pretty expensive so this seemed like a good alternative. Overall, this has been a very nice tablet / laptop. I use it mainly to remote in to a work machine when I am traveling, working from home, or otherwise not in the office. It was done very nicely for this. The machine only has 2 GB of RAM when it really should have 4 GB. I think that most users will find the machine slow / sluggish because of it. If you take the time to 'fine tune' everything, and understand it's limitations, you can get by on 2 GB. Be very careful of the apps you install and be aware of their hardware requirements. Also, use EDGE as your browser. It's much better on resources than Chrome and Firefox (Chrome is pretty slow) and runs faster. The Intel Atom processor and 64 GB SDD have been plenty for me. In watching the performance, the bottleneck for me has been RAM. Like I said, if you can 'fine tune' this and if you can really pay attention to what apps you have and how they are affecting performance, you can get away with this machine. I think for the average user, this might be a difficult / slow machine to try and work with. This machine with 4GB of RAM instead of 2GB would be amazing.

    Warranty AND Care plan won't cover this

    The first thing wrong with this tablet is that the USB ports doesn't have a bar to support the pins, it's literally only the pins, which were soon bent after a week of use. Second, the keyboard pins connecting to the tablet are also weak, and both the pins broke also after a week. Now, after a month of using this tablet, it would randomly shut off while in use. It would not stop doing this. About a few months ago, I have talked to nextbook.usa, and they would not replace it because the keyboard pins are broken and they considered it as the "physical damage of the tablet". Then I have talked to Asurion, and they would not cover it either. Overall, it's not the product that is bad, it's the customer support as well. I still have the tablet with me, But it is as useless as an expensive brick.

    complete junk!!

    I had bought this tablet nine months ago for $200.00 and have nothing but problems. The screen cracked at the top right corner just from picking it up. The tablet will not charge unless you adjust the cord a million different ways and wont hold a charge either half the time. Contacted customer support they sent me a new cord for the tablet which didn't help and now they will not fix it because of the small crack on the right side which is no where near the charge port because there has been "damage". The better business bureau gave this company an F so beware! The tablet is useless if its not going to charge or hold a charge. Going to buy from better electronic companies next time.

    Not a bad computer or tablet...

    First this is not a gamers computer although you can play some games on it. This is not a full HD computer. This is a full Windows 10 computer good for older/elderly people, college students, small businesses, travel and children's first computer. You can hook up a mouse, hard drive, 64GB Micro SD, CD rom and any TV can be its monitor. Firefox, Google Chrome, Safari and iTunes compatible. Just don't back up a iPhone on this computer for it only has 64GB of hard drive inside. Does come with a backlit keyboard but the letters don't light up just under the keys for a somewhat different look. The touchscreen keyboard as different capability with full, split, and handwritten style. So far this computer has worked good for what it is needed for. If you need a full windows computer/tablet that can do everything under the sun this is not the one. But if you just need a computer to surf the net, check email, social media, watch movies or listen to music then this will be the one that will not brake the bank...

    Little tablet packs a punch

    I am pleasantly surprised with what this tablet can do as a Windows device. It runs Windows just like my laptop that costs 5x as much and my desktop which was more than 20 times the cost. Needless to say, the raw performance is not at those levels, but if you need a solid but basic unit that is portable, grab this one (got it on sale for less that $200). The battery life could be better, but I have it plugged in quite a bit so that is not a deal breaker for me. The 11.6 inch screen is also a little small, but it does come with an external HDMI port which makes up for that when you need it. I am not that impressed with the function of the keyboard - keys ae a little too small for my liking, but it comes with 2 USB 2.0 ports on the keyboard unit and a micro USB on the tablet itself, so I can work around that. Bluetooth works fine also. As a whole, you get a lot for the price, but it is not a Surface Pro. If you know that upfront, this unit should perform well for you.

    Worked for our purpose

    We used this as a temporary solution for some of our users in order to access a web based application. It seems to be responsive and fast enough for a tablet but we did not install any heavy applications in order to have an opinion as to how good it may be for someone that would like to use it instead of a PC. What we did was to install Firefox and restrict the access to any websites except the one we intend to use it for. We set Firefox to be the startup application in full screen (kiosk) mode. We did this as a temporary solution while a wall kiosk is being replaced. The feedback from the users has been positive so far (it has been a week) and we may encounter some "resistance" when the normal kiosk is up and running and we try to retrieve the tablet. The general feeling from the people that worked on it to set it up (IT professionals), has been that the device is performing much better than expected for a Windows 10 tablet at this price. I hope this helps.

    For $200 It's Good

    I bought this to replace my broken surface pro 1. I'm not going to use it for artwork, video editing, or other graphic intense work. I just need it to do Office stuff for my work. I have had the same experiences with this as others have stated: Pros - cheap, good screen quality, runs basic wordprocessings, websurfing, emails, video streaming with no problem. I don't do gaming. Battery life seems good though I haven't tried to max it out yet. Fairly light and portable. Cons - The keyboard connection is loose as many have said and it will connect and disconnect with the smallest of jiggles especially if you use it on your lap. The right shift key is the size of a regular key and is not at the edge so it is taking me a while to get used to it. The keyboard backlight is not a backlight but only lights the spaces between the keys which does absolutely no good in the dark. I just turn it off. I rated it 4 stars by deleting 2 stars for very shakey keyboard connection and bad placement of shift key, but added back 1 star for bargain price.

    Pleasantly surprised

    This one came with Windows 10 already setup, and I'm shocked at how much I love it. I needed something with Windows for compatibility for some business tasks. Working strictly on Linux wasn't possible anymore. I expected to use this grudgingly, but the Nextbook has been really great! Windows 10 is a massive improvement over 8 and 8.1, and the device itself is pretty awesome. I love how easy it is to detach the keyboard, but I leave it connected most of the time. I really get the best of both worlds with both tablet and laptop functionality. The Nextbook isn't weak in either regard. Also, I didn't see it anywhere on the box, but there are actually two full-sized USB ports on the keyboard. The box highlights the micro-USB and micro-HDMI ports on the tablet/screen portion, but those are not the only ports. It's easy to get going and easy to use. All in all, this is a sturdy, functional and high quality device.

    Do I recommend this? Glad you asked...

    WELL, let me start off with this: I thought it would be better. I got this for Christmas and at first I was leery. I had heard things about nextbooks that made me.... suspicious. But I gave it a try. After turning it on for 20 minutes, I had to travel, so I technically wasn't able to use it. After traveling, I turned it on and a little scam message appeared. I was irritated! The product does claim to be secure! This was only the beginning. I have had to reset this computer TWICE to get it to a decent computing experience. And still doesn't work anywhere near as well as my old Dell Inspirion from the early 2000s. The onscreen keyboard drives me nuts. The actual keyboard dings every time I adjust it. For some reason, the computer will put a red squiggly line under every sentence I type FOR NO REASON. Keys will not work. The entire thing is a waste of plastic. To paraphrase, I don't recommend this computer and spare yourself some heartbreak. Get a different laptop.

    Had Mine over a year.. Still running Great Buy

    I use mine to replace my laptop and have been using it over a year. Its great for work. Windows 10 makes it perform well. The only drawback I have found is NO REPLACEMENT PARTS AVAILABLE. So the weak part of this machine is the Keyboard which includes the mouse. I use a Bluetooth Mouse and hit F12 which switches off the on board mouse pad. LAST WEEK I DROPPED THE TABLET OFF THE TABLE AND THE KEYBOARD CLAPS BROKE. NO SPARE PARTS ARE AVAILABLE FROM NEXTBOOK. I use this one for business and have a lot on it. I also don't want to have to reload programs on a new tablet. However I had to buy this replacement to get the keyboard. I purchased a Bluetooth keyboard but it was a pain to use so I bought a replacement Nexbook Flexx 11.6 from Walmart. It says a lot about the quality of the Tablet itself that I would go to this link to keep the table. Its worth about 2 times the cost of the unit. l
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