Nextbook Flexx 11A with WiFi 11.6" Convertible Touchscreen Tablet PC Featuring Windows 10 Operating System, Silver

Walmart # 555509661

Nextbook Flexx 11A with WiFi 11.6" Convertible Touchscreen Tablet PC Featuring Windows 10 Operating System, Silver

Walmart # 555509661
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Highlights
  • 11.6" touchscreen
  • 1.84GHz Intel Atom Z8300 quad-core processor
  • 2GB of storage memory
  • Genuine Microsoft Windows 10 OS
  • Webcams, WiFi and Bluetooth
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    About This Item

  • 11.6" touchscreen
  • 1.84GHz Intel Atom Z8300 quad-core processor
  • 2GB of storage memory
  • Genuine Microsoft Windows 10 OS
  • Webcams, WiFi and Bluetooth
  • Customer Reviews
    2.8 out of 5 Stars
    1-10 of 69 reviews

    Waste of money! Garbage! Support = Useless

    I haven't been this disappointed in a computer in a long long time. Ran for a short while (about two weeks) then began rebooting when trying to enter Windows 10. I attempted a factory reset via the laptops boot options cleaning only the application and files and the same result appeared. I then tried the 2nd option of a complete restore erasing everything. Same result. I contacted customer service for Nextbook and they said that since I chose the 2nd option it voided the warranty and I would need to call Microsoft for support. What a cop out. I told them the option shouldn't be made available if it voids the warranty. They designed that bootup interface. They just don't want to support their faulty systems. A copy of this will be sent to their support email as well as posted on Facebook. I will do all that I can to insure no one makes the purchase mistake we did. I have bought better Windows 10 tablets for half the price.

    Hesitant to buy, but so far so good!

    I was very hesitant to purchase this based on a few of the reviews. In fact, the first day I had this I really thought I'd made a huge mistake and was ready to return it. All I tried doing that first day is basic internet browsing and it was laggy as all heck. Well, I believe the problem to be it was downloading updates in the background. In fact, for a couple of days every time I'd shut down it prompted me to update while doing so. Once it got past this it has been great. Now, keep in mind, this is a tablet pc on a budget price for what it offers in screen size and memory and I am rating it accordingly. In NO way is this going to compare to a $600 machine, and no one should reasonably expect it to! I purchased this for office work, doing genealogy, and some light social media use mainly. I will probably go ahead and purchase a 128GB or 200GB card so I don't have to worry about the 64GB internal storage getting used up quickly. If at some point it prematurely quits being useful I'll try to update this review.

    Don't waste your money

    I'm a college student, not picky about features, etc when it comes to a computer-I just need to be able to research & type papers. However, one more necessity that is essential in regards to a computer...I need it to turn on. There have been multiple times that this computer just won't turn on, like right now, when I've almost completed a study guide for an exam I have tomorrow... Based on other reviews, I see that others have had this problem as well, so to the people that come on here to try & defend this product (more than likely people who work for/manufacture this product) & imply that the user is doing something wrong-if that were the case, multiple accounts of this same occurrence would not be documented here. And when I buy a brand new device, I don't want advice on how to get it to turn on by doing "this" or "that" ... it's brand new. At the very least, it should turn on. Disappointing to say the least. Don't waste your money

    Disappointing

    Purchased this from my local Walmart tonight (july 27th, 2017) and brought it home. Opened it up and all looked and felt well. Nice fell to it and felt like a well made computer. It ended right there. Tried for 15 minutes to turn the thing on, just wouldn't power up. Connected the charger and the indicator light flashes red off and on, I assumed this meant it was charging but it does not. After waiting for about 30 mins I tried again to power it on but nothing. Finally in fooling around with it, I detached it from the keyboard dock and it came on, booted up and I was able to dock it again and setup windows. Ok so now its working, battery was at 60% so I connected the included charger, bam, tablet turns off and wont power back on. I remove it from the dock and it powers back up again, connect charger, back off and wont come on. Needless to say its going back in the morning. Such a disappointment, and by the way, their website doesn't even list any support, documents or anything for this model. You can find it listed but when you click on it, you get a no results found message.

    Major issues with power and charging

    I would like to start of by saying I am not one to write many reviews. However, after purchasing this product, I felt compelled. I have had the item for less than one month. It worked fine out of the box. It may have been a touch slow in some applications, but that can be expected when running some high data usage programs. My main issue is that once the battery had run down and needed a charge, the tablet will not charge at all. I have tried multiple avenues and it just will not take a charge. The tablet recognizes the power supply being plugged in because there is a light that blinks when inserted. However, there is no flow of power to the tablet. I have read reviews online at other sites to try and find a fix and have found that this is a MAJOR problem with this product. Very low dependability. I have not contacted support as of yet. I have been putting it off mainly because most of the reviews said that was a huge pain as well. So at this time, I have a $200 paper weight that was used for 1 whole charge (which was the initial charge that it came with).

    Best Windows tablet at Twice the price`

    This is the 3rd Nextbook I have purchased. Started with the Flexx10, then 11 and now the 11A. I loaded a 128gb card and now have everything for my Business on this device. I retired my ThinkPad to the Office desk. Now that I found out I can run my Cad on this thing I am really pleased. Its better built than the 11 and with the easy flip screen we are back doing on on one presentations with all the information view-able by the customer. The only thing I wish it came with would be a Micro Hdmi to Hdmi adapter. They are kind of hard to come by. If you want to buy a Surface go ahead but when you drop it you will have dropped 3 of these units. Oh and the old Nextbooks are still working too.

    Keyboard malfunctions

    From the time I started using this notebook, the keyboard/touchpad malfunctioned. I set the settings to keyboard only and when I type a "g" the computer inserts a "gv" when I type a "d" the computer inserts a "dm" and so on. The enter key stopped working all together. The right shift key does not work. As someone who types 125 wpm, I found this very frustrating. After using this keyboard and notepad, which by the way will not hold an internet connection well at all, I will probably never use another notebook. If I want to send an email to someone, I go to my PC. I bought this notebook for convenience and it is anything but convenient. It is frustrating and I now avoid it all together. If my husband cannot get this computer working after going back to factory settings and starting over, I will probably throw it in the garbage. Very very disappointing and frustrating!

    Another great Nextbook (for the $)

    Having used the Nextbook Flexx 10.1 for the better part of a year, I had an opportunity to sell it and move up to the Flexx 11A. I always preferred the enhancements that the original Flexx 11 offered, but was turned off by the keyboard (questionable usefulness of the backlighting, right shift key was undersized - this was my main gripe). The Flexx 10.1 had a fairly normal keyboard layout, just small due to the screen form factor. Don't get me wrong, the Flexx 10.1 was a great hybrid for the price ($99 on sale) and ran Windows 10 just fine. When I noticed that EFun had made some important changes to the 11A (e.g., 64GB main ssd storage, normal shift key size, no kb backlighting, front speaker placement, slightly stronger CPU/GPU, slightly faster memory clock, etc.), I decided to make the move up while it is on sale. I'm sure the price will drop as time goes on, but that will only serve to make a great deal even better. I've only had the 11A for about 2 weeks, but it has proved to be every bit as good a value as the 10.1 was, if not better. The screen is excellent - bright, good viewing angles, good color saturation, high enough resolution for all but the most demanding graphics work. The built-in cameras are a particular weak point for the Flexx 11A. The front camera will get the job done for Skype calls, but the back camera is not good for taking pictures. People generally have a great camera on their phone anyway, so I don't see this as a big deal. I've never used a tablet to take pictures (neither has my wife with her iPad). The 11A still exhibits some of the unusual wait times for the system to turn on (intermittent issue that was present in the Flexx 10.1 as well). You just need to be a little patient and keep pressing the power button to get it to eventually boot (can take as much as 5 - 10 seconds). As other reviewers have mentioned, the charging cord is a little difficult to get in and out, but I expect that to change for the better with age and use. I was able to carry over the Office 365 subscription that was included with the old Flexx 10.1 (that made the $99 price even sweeter...) and all the Microsoft and other applications that I run for business and personal use are installed and humming along. I installed a SanDisk Extreme Pro 64GB microSD card with no issues (it was a little disconcerting to have to push it all the way into the slot in order for it to engage - at least one reviewer had the card disappear inside the Flexx case so I was apprehensive to say the least). All-in-all, this is another great Windows system for doing most everything that the average user needs to do. All Windows 10 programs run just fine, the keyboard is a little larger and more useable, the screen is way better than it has a right to be at this price, and the keyboard attaches using strong magnets which eliminates some of the random disconnects that the Flexx 10.1 had with its mechanical keyboard connection design. I highly recommend this system for the money. It's hard to beat...

    Constant problems from the start

    Very disappointed in this. First we got the bluetooth speakers that were part of the particular deal I bought into. They never worked. Then the computer arrived and we experienced constant shut-downs before and after Windows 10 installed, which finally led us to return both devices to Walmart for a refund. The customer service rep whom my son initially contacted about these problems advised us she would call us back the next day - that never happened. The only reason I bought this machine is that it purports to do well as a chrome-book substitute for my son's middle-school, and he really wants it. We have therefore repeated the purchase procedure AGAIN to try to have better luck with the next one. I spent time, money and energy on this and have not been satisfied in the least.

    Mini laptop or Large tablet

    I have had the Flexx 11A for a week, seems to be solid, seems like Windows 10 runs better on this machine than it does on my all in one Lenovo. Reason for buying was I wanted a tablet to use in the living room, I kept looking at Ipads but with nothing new until spring, I decided I could use this until newer I pad models came out. Now I debating if I want to spend so much on an I pad, this is what I was looking for something with a keyboard that could be detached and become a tablet when lounging on the couch. I have an old Micro SD card but it wouldn't accept it, but then I tried the Micro SD in my regular computer and it gave the same message that it couldn't read the disk. so the Flexx seems fine, it seems to be touchy when using the touch pad it keeps minimizing the screen when moving the cursor on screen. in touch mode as a tablet it works great, for $188. tis amazing that you get these features at such a good price. Just a few years ago when you would have wanted the feature of a touch screen on a computer the price range was like $600 . If your tired of spending so much for a computer that last just a few years and you don't need a lot of bells & whistles, and are fine with machine that you can just get emails, watch movies, and surf the web and shop, this could be your machine. This is fine for entry level or second computer.
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