Showing posts with label Windows tablet. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Windows tablet. Show all posts

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 1010B - cheap quad core Windows tablet

Linx 1010B - features and specs of the cheap Windows tablet with quad core Intel processor

Linx 1010B Windows tablet

Linx 1010B is a tablet very similar to the Linx 10 that we reviewed couple of days ago. We got almost the same impressions from the 1010B - well build device, easy to use, responsive display and all of that offered for a good price.  It works particularly well with the included free keyboard which is a perfect add on to every Windows 10 tablet. Here are the full specifications of the Linx 1010B tablet:

Linx 10 - budget Windows tablet

Specifications and video review of the 10 inch budget Windows tablet Linx 10 with Intel Atom processor

Linx 10 Windows tablet
Budget Windows tablet for under $200 - Linx 10 is a top choice when shopping for Christmas presents

After we tested the smaller Linx 810B couple of weeks ago it was time to check another interesting tablet from this brand. Today, at our consumer blog we will be reviewing the 10 inch Windows tablet Linx 10

Linx 810B - cheap 8-inch Windows 10 tablet

Price, features and specifications of the cheap 8 inch Windows tablet Linx 810B

Linx 8 inch tablet
Linx 810B 8 inch Windows tablet

Today, we are taking a quick look at one of the cheap Windows tablets offered on the market - the budget and not very well known Linx 810. This tablet is offered for arond £100 at eBay UK but for in-depth reviews and consumer feedback you will need to wait a while as there is not much info online about this particular model.

Here are the main features and specifications of the 8 inch Linx 810B tablet:
  • Main features: Quad Core Processor Atom-Z3735F 1.3GHz Burst up to 1.8GHz - IPS Touch Screen 800 x 1280 Screen Resolution - Bluetooth 4.0 - WiFi 802.11 b/g/n - Windows 10 Home
  • Main specs: Quad Core Atom-Z3735F - 1GB RAM - 32GB SSD Storage
  • Screen size: 8 inch
  • Operating system: Windows
  • Resolution: 800 x 1280
  • Storage capacity: 32 GB
  • Processor: Quad Core Processor Atom-Z3735F 1.3GHz Burst up to 1.8GHz
  • Camera : 2MP front and 2MP rear camera
  • Wireless connectivity: Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n built-in
  • Ports/Interfaces: 1 X HDMI Out - 1X Micro SD Slot for Expandable Storage
  • Battery life: 4000mAh Lithium-Ion
  • Display: 10 Point Capacitive Multi-Touch screen
  • Main specs: Quad Core Atom-Z3735F - 1GB RAM - 32GB SSD Storage

The 8 inch Linx tablet running on Windows 8.1 


Linx 810B comes with 1 year manufacturer warranty.

Linx 7 tablet review

And if you think you may need a bigger tablet I can recommend you the 10 inch Windows tablet Linx 10 which impresses with good build quality and nice set of features or the smaller Linx 7 tablet.

Bush MyTablet 8 inch Windows 8 tablet

Bush MyTablet 8 inch Windows 8 tablet specifications

Bush MyTablet 8 inch Windows
Bush MyTablet 8 inch Windows 8 tablet

Quick look at the specifications of the 8 inch Windows 8 Bush My Tablet:
8" IPS Display, 1280 x 800 pixels. Microsoft Office preinstalled.
Intel Baytrail - T Quad-core CPU @ 1.8GHz with Intel HD graphics

Display:
  • 8 inch screen
  • Resolution 1280 x 800 pixels
  • Multi-touch screen
  • Support for simultaneous display of multiple languages

Lenovo Miix 2 10 and 11 quick video overview

Lenovo Miix 2 10-inch and 11-inch convertible tablets with powerful Intel processors



Lenovo recently released couple of new tablets from their second generation Miix series which got very popular thanks to the concept of having a convertible tablet with high specs and very good performance (unlike some of the competitors).


If I have to be completely honest I got a little confused with all the modifications of the Miix tablets as there was a point when they were offering so many different models and sizes that it was really hard to keep track of what has been released and what is still to come.


The Lenovo Miix 2 10-inch is already on the market and it is offered at a very competitive price of around $500. This tablet is powered by the the Bay Trail Intel Atom quad-core processors which promise to be much more capable than the outgoing mediocre Haswell cpu-s. Unfortunately the Lenovo Miix 2 10 will have only 2GB of RAM which might be considered an issue with some heavier Windows applications. The tablet itself will have 10.1-inch 10-point multitouch IPS display with Full HD resolution of 1920x1200.


The Lenovo Miix 2 11-inch on the other hand will be much more more capable with its bigger 11.6-inch FHD screen and better hardware like Intel Core i5 processors and up to 8GB of DDR3L memory. Both tablets will be using SSD for storage devices but the 11-inch version will also have the option for a 256GB unit while the maximum in the 10-inch is 128GB.


Here is quick video overview of the Lenovo Miix 2 10 and 11 so you can get a better idea of what are these tablets all about:


Lenovo Miix 2 10 and 11 video preview




Lenovo Miix 2 10 and 11 will have to face tough competitors like the Dell Venue 11 Pro 5130 which we reviewed earlier this month.
Don't forget to check the rest of our tablet reviews for more Windows 8 tablets info, video reviews and prices.

Dell Venue 11 Pro 5130 specifications and video review

Dell Venue 11 Pro 5130 full tablet specifications and video review

Dell Venue 11 Pro 5130
Dell Venue 11 Pro 5130
After a week spent with the awesome looking but poor performing HP Envy X2 I decided it is high time to pay some more attention on some of the high end Windows tablets. The competition in this segment is growing very fast and today we will take a look at one of the very strong competitors in the face of Dell Venue 11 Pro 5130.
I have to admit that I don't have much experience with Windows 8 tablets as I have been avoiding them for quite some time. The reason for that was the fact that many of these tablets were released with hardware that didn't match the OS infrastructure and couldn't meet the needs of the average user - most previously released Windows tablets were slow and sluggish and really not good on the go. Things are changing these days and tablet manufacturers are finally reaching the point where Windows tablets will be a real competition for the dominant Android devices.

If I have to be honest Android is still the best mobile platform and suits perfectly most mobile devices.
The major problem with these devices is the compatibility with all the great software that we are using on daily basis on our home PCs and laptops. And here is where the Windows 8 really shines. The previously mentioned HP Envy X2 was not only a great looking piece of hardware but also supported the full version of  Windows 8.1 32-bit (not the RT one). What this basically means is that almost every application and program that you are using on your desktop PC will be available in a tablet and believe me that is something that makes a huge difference.

So, enough common talk about tablets. Now lets pay more attention on the Dell Venue 11 Pro which is an 11-inch Windows 8.1 tablet with some great features and specs. Here is a quick video review so you can get a better idea of how the Venue 11 Pro looks and performs in real world testing:

Dell Venue 11 Pro video review



Dell Venue 11 Pro 5130 tablet specifications

Processor: Intel Atom processor Z3770 (2MB Cache, up to 2.4GHz Quad-Core)


  • Display: 10.8 inch IPS Display with FHD (1920 x 1080) resolution with 10-pt capacitive touch
  • Memory: 2GB DDR3 SDRAM at -1MHz
  • Hard Drive: 64GB Mobility Solid State Drive
  • Video card: Intel Gen7 graphics
  • Operating system: Windows 8.1 Pro (32Bit) English French MUI
  • Warranty: 1 Year Basic Hardware Service +1 Year NBD Limited OS After Remote Diagnosis6
  • System weight: 1.57 lbs
  • Price: around $600


And if you want to check another very interesting and yet capable tablet I would suggest you to check the Microsoft Surface Pro 3 unboxing video.

Samsung Series 7 Slate 700T review

Price, features and specs of the Samsung Series 7 Slate 700T tablet computer

Samsung Series 7 Slate 700T
Samsung Series 7 Slate 700T review - today at Test and Review I am going to take a closer look at one of the better portable computing solutions. Unlike most regular tablets the Series 7 Slate tablets offer the full functionality of a laptop in a relatively compact size. The best thing about Samsung Series 7 Slate 700T is that it doesn't use any version of the smartphone operating systems which aren't that good for advanced users but has a fully featured Windows 7 OS.

Samsung Series 7 Slate 700T1A-A01 tablet review

Price, features and specifications of the Samsung Series 7 Slate 700T1A-A01 tablet

Samsung Series 7 Slate 700T1A-A01 tablet
Samsung Series 7 Slate is a high-end tablet computer which offers great performance very close to a desktop PC. The Samsung Series 7 Slate comes with a large 11.6" and a choice of either 64GB SSD or 128GB SSD internal memory. The Samsung Series 7 Slate amazing performance wouldn't be possible without the powerful Intel Core i5 processor. The Series 7 Slate 700T1A-A01 comes with the 2467M version of the Intel Core i5 which is rated at 1.6 GHz (2.3 max turbo frequency and 3MB L3 cahce) and it is a dual-core of course.

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