Linx 7 tablet – video review

Linx 7 – cheap Windows tablet with Intel quad core processor

I am not sure why but Linx tablets got quite popular these days. We’ve already reviewed couple of their most popular models like the 10 inch Linx 1010B and the smaller Linx 810B. In my opinion nowadays more people are looking for Windows tablets as they are more versatile and offer more on the go when compared to ‘conventional’ Android tablets.

It is good that there are manufacturers like Linx who give us the option to buy very capable Windows tablets on affordable prices. 
Today we will be taking a closer look at the smallest of all Windows tablets that Linx is offering – the Linx 7.

Linx 7 tablet – video review

Please note that this video review is presented by a random YouTube vlogger so any product feedback mentioned in it does not affect our score about the Linx 7 tablet


Linx 7 tablet tablet specifications



Processor
Intel Z3735-F Quad Core (1.33GHZ Base Freq, Burst Freq upto 1.83GHz)
Operating system
  • Windows 8.1 with Bing 32 Bit Operating System
Graphics
  • Intel HD Graphics (Gen7), DX 11, OCL 1.1 & Open GL 3.2, HDCP 1.4/2.1
  • Intel GFX with Burst Technology, Full HW acceleration, FHD 1080P@60
Memory
1 GB SDRAM, LPDDR3-1067
Webcam
2.0MP – 720P with mute function
Storage
32GB
Audio
HD audio w/WaveRT, DSP, MS LYNC certified
Battery
Up to 4-5 hours
Camera
  • Front: 2 MP (HD1080p)
  • Rear: 2MP  (HD1080p)
Display
Direct Bonded 5 Finger Touch Screen
Dimensions (W X D X H)
192mm x 109mm x 9.5mm
Wireless
WiFi & Bluetooth 4.0
Weight
  • ~280grams
Ports and Interfaces
  • 1 x Micro USB
  • 1 x Mini HDMI 1.4a
  • 1 x MicroSD Slot


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