Nextbook Flexx 10 2-in-1 Tablet Announced by E Fun

/ 5 years ago

Nextbook Flexx 10 E Fun

Even though laptops are technically portable PCs, some of them aren’t easy to carry around due to their size and weight. Fortunately, 2-in-1 tablets are here to bridge the gap between smartphones and laptops so that we may take our work and games with us wherever we go. A versatile and reliable 2-in-1 tablet is the Nextbook Flexx 10, which is manufactured by a company named E Fun.

This gadget can be purchased for about $178, and it comes preinstalled with the NOOK app that offers free access to a plethora of magazines, newspapers and books. Kindle eBooks and those purchased using the Borders BookStore are also fully compatible while games such as Call of Duty, Halo and Asphalt 8 can be downloaded from the Xbox Marketplace and played using a Xbox controller. For music lovers, E Fun equipped the Nextbook Flexx 10 with Xbox Music. A micro HDMI port, an audio jack, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi fulfill all connectivity needs while 1TB of OneDrive space acts as a perfect backup or storage extension solution.

The tablet has a 10.1″ screen with a 16:10 aspect ratio, and it includes a full-sized detachable keyboard. It is powered by an Intel BayTrail-T CR quad-core processor that can surely handle Windows 8.1 without issues.

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