I'm in the process of starting a new business on a shoestring and I needed a netbook to use in the field. I didn't need tons of disk space, but strongly preferred it use Windows 10, have a touch screen AND a keyboard, preferably detachable, and WiFi. But they just cost too much for me at the time. I actually followed an email link from Staples, and was exploring another model that cost more and had an Android OS. Then I went searching for that and other models and ended up on Walmart.com. $99, plus tax and a 2-year extended...$146 out the door!
It works great, allowing me to install decent software with features not usually found with Android. Used one of the two cams on Skype...very nice touch. Second Life virtual reality viewer worked without bombing, and that's a pretty intense software. Sometimes it's handy to use the physical keyboard...sometimes just to help balance the unit on my lap. But in the field, having it pull EASILY out of the keyboard's slot to use as a touch screen tablet similar to an iPbe adds a great dimension of versatility. My desktop has Windows 10, but now with this unit, I'm more able to use its features and appreciate the configurability of the more modern Start Menu, etc. It's a very nice looking tablet...doesn't look strange or cheesy. It doesn't have the typical pretty shiny case laptops and netbooks often have, to get all scratched up overnight, which is perfect and businesslike for me (black model). So far, I truly love it, and I'm clear it will more than meet my needs, including some "take a break" games, a comprehensive and secure database and contact management system, etc. I don't know if it would keep up with power user gamer, but I suspect it would be very adequate for most people.
Cons noted to date: The touch screen isn't quite as sensitive as expected (i.e.-not as sensitive as the smart phones I've had). After pondering that, it might turn out to be a blessing by not going places not intended too often. I wonder if that's an adjustable feature rather than a con? Occasionally, it seems to go into portrait layout mode and doesn't flip back to landscape. If I pull it out of the keyboard and put it back, it does not correct its orientation issue and I'm required to reapply landscape in Settings. But that is very quick and easy to do. The speakers on it are not loud enough when turned up, requiring me to use buds, phones or perhaps a USB amplified speaker. No big deal. This little cheap tablet has far surpassed my expectations. Other people who keep track of what's available and are extremely picky, expecting huge $1000 performance at a low price, might nitpick over these things, but I'm very happy with it. One USB port is limiting, but acceptable. Also has an HDMI port and a micro-USB, expanding interfacing flexibility...so not really a con.