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Walmart is selling a 10 inch Windows tablet with a detachable keyboard, a dual-core Intel processor, 4GB of memory and 32GB of storage for $70. It doubt it’s a very good Windows tablet. But here’s the thing — it comes with a 1-year subscription to Office 365 Personal.

Normally that subscription alone would set you back $70. So if you need an Office subscription anyway, you can basically score a free tablet when you get one. At the very least it’s probably a passable device for watching videos on an airplane or something.

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  1. I really don’t understand why Microsoft allows such crappy hardware to be sold with their operating system. The experience is going to be crap and Microsoft knows it. Sure, they may sell a few more licenses but people do not forget about how bad an experience was but do forget about how good a “deal” they got when they bought it. Tying a bad experience to a product running your OS is a good way to sour them on any possible future sales of higher end products.

    1. Hummm… this $70 piece of crap should run laps around Microsoft’s own Surface 3. Userbenchmarks reports that the N4000 in this piece of crap even performs marginally better than the 4415Y in Microsoft’s current Surface Go. Go figure.

      If I didn’t have too many tablets already, I’d be tempted to buy it.

        1. Okay, a $789 Surface Go – with keyboard, pen and Office 365 – has better storage than a $70 Evoo.

          For the $719 difference, I can buy lots of other toys.

      1. I hear ya on that… I too have way too many tablets but for $70, curiosity got the better of me. 🙂 This combo is less than the cost of my Pixel Pen and Apple Pencil alone… if the EVOO tablet+active stylus combo (I’m assuming that the keyboard is worthless) can work as a dedicated OneNote device, it will be more than worth it.

  2. It’s pretty tempting to impulse buy that tablet. But I’m not sure I have a need for it. Perhaps I could use it as a travel laptop for long trips so that I don’t have to worry about bringing and losing my more expensive Surface Book.

    1. You’ll probably be real frustrated using the Evoo instead of your Surface Book. While much faster than the old x5-Z8350, the Evoo’s N4000 is still a wimpy cpu.

      1. I ended up deciding not to get it. A lot of the reviews were pretty iffy and ultimately I didn’t really need it that badly.

      1. WalMart’s product webpage clearly states: “Comes with a Microsoft Office 365 1-Year Subscription.”

        1. I agree that WalMart’s web page states that. I think it’s important to note that a number of people buying it report that the free year is actually a free month. It’s completely possible that these strangers have it wrong, but their input is important if one is buying a $70 tablet for the $100 subscription to Office 365.

          1. Perhaps 1-month was a prior sale?

            I’d save the page that says 1-year and demand that Walmart deliver what they advertised.

          2. Yeah, well I’m still working on that path. 5 calls to WalMart, 2 to Evoo, and 1 to Microsoft, so far. The WalMart “resolution team” is due to phone me back Tuesday …

            Anyhow, the MicroSoft position is clear. Provider the retailer’s receipt ( RECEIPT, not sales flyer, web page, catalog description, etc) indicates the bundled software, they’ll provide an activation code. WalMart’s first receipt doesn’t show the bundle. So far they haven’t agreed to revise the receipt to match the webpage.

            Evoo’s position is that the package exists somewhere on the device and it’s the user’s problem to find it, based on very confusing images of unidentifiable icons to click from mysterious menu pages … Also, Evoo apparently has a policy that English must be all employee’s alternative and most recently acquired language.

            WalMart’s tried very hard but obviously they are a general merchandise retailer not a tech specialist. They’ve (per Evoo’s recommendation) sent a replacement device. Both have the same omissions. (I’ve used two different microsoft user accounts on the two devices.)

            Actual performance of the touch screen, ink applications, etc is surprisingly good. But both devices are going back to WalMart by the 26th if the Office 365 issue is not resolved to my satisfaction.

          3. Not that anyone is following a month old thread

            Except maybe the site manager…

            The problem was that the invoice did NOT show Office as an “item” purchased. Microsoft won’t honor the Office offer unless the retailer shows it sold. WalMart’s invoice matches the item “description” not the catalog advertisement.

            THIS item has the “Office” bundle in the description and so it would presumably roll into the invoice:
            https://www.walmart.com/ip/Office-HDMI-69-99-Processor-Front-One-Windows-Includes-Mini-A4-9120-AMD-Thin-10-Personal-Home-Year-A-Ultra-Camera-EVOO-Silver-Laptop-365-Value-11-6-2/733064412

            Bigger screen, less RAM and $30 more.