Nextbook Quad-core Windows 10.1 Tablet

Nextbook Quad-core Windows 10.1 Tablet

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The Nextbook 10.1" Tablet is everything you want in a Windows portable device. It's ultra-fast with a 10.1" IPS display with a detachable foldable POGO keyboard. This new Nextbook comes with a Quad-Core Intel Atom-based processor for optimal performance and the latest Microsoft Windows 8.1 Operating System. For full PC power and total portable fun, there's nothing like a Nextbook 10.1" Tablet. 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. Use Skype to video chat, take notes with Office (Office 365 Personal 1 year included*), and get your photos and files from anywhere with OneDrive. Plus, with the hard shell POGO keyboard, you can now fold the tablet into the keyboard, like a laptop. This touchscreen notebook Intel Quad-Core 2-In-1 detachable will function as a tablet or laptop!

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Nextbook Quad-core Windows 10.1 Tablet
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Great tablet, my trackpad didn't work

Cons: Returning because the trackpad didn't work. Lets hope I got the one in a million. The tablet weight itself is ok. Expect the keyboard needs to have some weight so the unit doesn't fall over with the tablet mounted. Both together seems heavy. Pros: The display is Great! Wide viewing angle and it looked very nice. Fast enough for surfing, and youtube videos. (that is all I tested) Great sound, better than my notebook. I was impressed how easy it was to setup my wireless printer and print. Seemed cool that the tablet worked like my windows laptop, and am able to load those windows programs easily. Tip: Initially felt I had missed something in the setup, needed the font and generally everything a little larger on the screen with my apparently clunky finger poking. Worked much better after calibrating the touch screen. Ignoring the trackpad problem with mine, considering the price and performance, it is excellent. Holding back one star for the trackpad fail, hoping it's a rare fail.

Oh... I had SUCH high hopes...... :'(

I am pretty sure this problem will start to show its ugly head after more time passes. I just hope for all of you it will happen sooner than later, before its too late to return. Let me start out by saying that we absolutely LOVED this tablet. My son was in heaven when he opened it. GREAT price, GREAT features. (Full version of Minecraft, need I say more?) Unfortunately, it just all of a sudden stopped working, out of nowhere even. One day it worked, the next day it wouldn't charge. Or the black screen of death happened over night. So disappointed. I actually bought two for Christmas 2014. One for my husband and one for my son. Two and a half weeks later my sons tablet kicked the bucket. My husband has been busy and actually hasn't opened his yet, so I will update if we have problems with his. I would like to think this was just a lemon, but after reading the reviews I afraid more and more are having this problem. And since this tablet is brand new to the market...that's not a good sign.

Amazing if this is the right for you.

Bought it for my daughter so the pros and cons are in her words. Cons: •Keyboard- It's not great for touch typing, but since it's detachable, you could just buy another one. On the other hand, it's pretty sturdy. •Speaker- Horrible, but I have a portable bluetooth speaker if I wanted to listen to music, and earphones work fine. •Webcam- Horrible quality, but I'm not planning to take photo shoots with this any time soon. •MS Office- Biggest con to me. Being a student, I use office regularly, but for use in a tablet, you have to pay for it yearly. I definitely do not want to pay $90 yearly for office. But having a desktop at home, I worked out a compromise. •Touchscreen and size: For me this is a huge pro, but to many a compact computer that relies primarily on touch screen might not be that appealing. Pros: Pretty much everything else. It's Windows 8 not Windows RT so you can download programs or do anything else you could on a PC. It's basically a full-functioning computer in a ten inch tablet!

Looks nice BUT...DO NOT BUY!

I bought this in Feb. of 2015 not even 90 days ago, which is the mfg warranty by the way. 1) ON button has a malfunction. Google online "Nextbook 10.1 on button" and there is a video about the tablet going to sleep and not coming back on. My daughter and I were gone most of the day. We left her tablet charging and got back and the thing would not turn on. I had to crack open the back and basically followed the steps on the video to correct the problem. 2) VERY poor camera quality, pics look blurred and faded 3) I bought this as a back up to my lap top and for my daughters use, so in that way it is convenient. I have only had to open the back of the tablet once and that was today so hopefully I will not have to do it again. VERY IMPORTANT...if you buy the 2 year warranty with the tablet it does not cover this issue. I contacted the warranty company and he advised me that they do not cover this malfunction and to contact mfg. FYI: drops, spills, cracks and electrical surge is what they cover

Absoulutely Love It!!!

I bought this primarily for college. So far, it is absolutely amazing. It is WAY faster than I expected, especially considering its price and size. I was installing programs, watching Netflix and Youtube, listening to Pandora, talking on Skype, etc., and it never bogged down. Very snappy little machine. I have even installed a few small games (Hail the the King: Deathbat, Full Mojo Rampage, Gunpoint, Game Dev Tycoon, etc.), and they all run without a stutter as well. I wasn't sure how Windows would be on something like this, but it's great. I absolutely recommend this to just about anyone, unless you plan to do hardcore multitasking. My complaints: This is quite heavy. I pulled it out of the box and was pretty surprised at its weight. Not really an issue though. The charging cable is very short. The screen protector has the logo on it. I would have loved to keep the protector on, but you are forced to buy a new one. Again, not a huge problem.

NEXTBOOK CUSTOMER SERVICE IS AWFUL

I bought this for my son for Christmas of 2014. I had to return the original one by February because the charging port stopped working. I received the replacement one (that is supposed to be brand new) in March/April and it already won't turn on. I called tech support again and they said they'd send me ANOTHER replacement and this time I wouldn't have to pay to return it. The FedEx label they sent was for two towns both an hour away from me. When I called about getting a different location or getting a label to schedule a pick-up they said that was my only option other than paying for the return again. I asked if I could just get a refund on my purchase instead of a replacement because I thought that was unacceptable and they said their company policy was just to replace not refund. I didn't expect a spectacular tablet for the price but I am EXTREMELY disappointed with the quality of the tablet and the customer service.

Deal is great for the Price.....But found similar

I'm a very indecisive shopper usual nit-picking every spec and reading every review. While seriously contemplating this purchase I found a very similar deal at Newegg.com for the exact same price of 179. The two tablets compare almost identical. There is a big difference though, the one on newegg has 2gb of ram. The reason is the processor is an Atom Z3735F and not a Z3735G. The G is only capable of half the memory bandwidth. leaving it only supporting a max of 1gb at 5.1ghz of bus speed. The Z3735F can handle 10 ghz and max of 2gb of ram. Both are great tablets I'm sure but I wanted to share the knowledge. I Also want to add while I was researching I found a review saying they could not get their USB hard drive to work with the tablet. The Z3735G does not support USB 3.0 which most usb hard drives are now days. These specs for the two processors are available on Intel's website.

Great for the price

I LOVE THIS LITTLE COMPUTER! I purchased this unit knowing that I could use in while recovering from surgery. It is WONDERFUL, useful, portable, small yet big enough. It is small enough that it can be stored in the magazine pocket of a bedrail remote control organizer. It can be used with or without the pogo keyboard attached. I rate the keyboard size as a 4. It takes getting used to using it, however the keys themselves are large enough. It just takes some getting used to. It occasionally skips a key or two (could be my typing). It is lightweight, yet hefty enough to get the job done. Another improvement I would like to see is Nextbook has a different power connector rather than using the micro USB port. I have yet to try to see if the battery can be recharged using the micro USB port rather than its supplied power adaptor - another 4 rating. OVERALL, I WOULD RATE THIS TABLET/COMPUTER AS A 4.8 AND WOULD HIGHLY RECCOMEND IT.

The best of Windows... with a learning curve.

The device is about 1/2 inch thick, not 2 inches thick like the description said. Which is fine. It has a fully functional keyboard with right and left click on the mouse pad and you have a fully functional tablet with all the slide finger functionality. Windows 8.1. Whoa! It's taken me a few days to get used to this version of windows. I really didn't think I would like it at first... but after having used it daily for the past couple days I'm getting the hang of it. This tablet lets you do most of what you would normally use windows for and it comes loaded with apps under the "start" menu. Most of which I really don't need nor want. I uninstalled them. I found the 90% of the apps are all fluff and really don't do much for the user. The wireless works fine and once I got my browser of choice on there I can surf and play hulu, amazon, netflix from the browser just fine without some memory stealing app. Battery time is pretty good, once you realize that wireless needs to be shut down when you close your book. So far I get about 6 hours per charge. So far I am very pleased with these little guys.

Best for the Price

I needed a computer that was easy to carry and would handle some video streaming/browsing for online classes.. This fits the bill perfectly. The included year of Microsoft Office is a huge plus as well. The tablet and keyboard are solid and heavy just like an actual laptop. The keyboard works fine but is a little cramped (I have big hands), although I don't have any trouble using it. It does take some time to get used to. The touchpad is a little over-sensitive, and will sometimes register a swipe that I didn't make. Thankfully the computer has Bluetooth, so you can use a wireless Bluetooth mouse without a USB receiver. It handles your average video streaming, browsing, word processing just fine.. It only has 1gb of ram so it cannot do very much multitasking. Windows 8 runs very well on this machine and is a good fit. It took me probably 15 minutes to get acquainted with how it works. The mini HDMI and USB ports are added bonuses as well.. All in all this a full computer at the cost of a netbook. For the cost I think it's one of the best values in its class.
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