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Looking for a cheap 2-in-1 Windows computer and don’t need it to be particularly good? Walmart’s got you covered.
The retailer is offering an $80 2-in-1 with a 9 inch, 1024 x 600 pixel screen, Windows 10 software, 2GB of RAM, 32GB of storage, and a 2013-era Intel Atom processor.
Sure, the iView i896QW’s hardware isn’t stellar, but did I mention that this tablet + keyboard is just $80? At that price, you could pick one up for your kid’s first PC or a cheap computer to take on vacation without having to worry too much about it getting lost or damaged.
Here are some of the day’s best deals.
- iView 9″ 2-in-1 Windows tablet w/Atom Z3735F/2GB/32GB for $80 – Walmart
- Refurb Lenovo IdeaPad 110S 11.6″ Windows laptop w/Atom z373F/2GB/32GB for $120 – Newegg (coupon: NAFCRPTF04)
- Lenovo ThinkPad 11e Chromebook w/Celeron N3150/4GB/16GB + $50 gift card for $200 – Newegg/Adorama
- Refurb Lenovo ThinkCentre M92P Tiny desktop w/Core i5-3470T/4GB/320GB for $200 – Woot
- Mpow Antelope Bluetooth earbuds for $16 -NeweggFlash
- Refurb Samsung Gear Icon X truly wireless earbuds for $92 – NeweggFlash
- Aukey portable Bluetooth speaker for $14 – Amazon (coupon: AUKEYM29)
- BlackBerry Priv smartphone for $275 – MobilePros1 (via eBay)
- Google Nexus Player Android TV box + gamepad for $78 – MobilePros1 (via eBay)
- WD 2TB portable USB 3.0 hard drive for $70 – Amazon
- Select Kindle books for International Women’s Day for $5 or less – Amazon
- Name your price for $143 worth of PC games – Humble Jumbo Bundle
- Syberia II PC game for free – EA Origin
You can find more bargains in our daily deals section.
Does anyone find it weird that you can find a cheap tablet for $80 but if you search for a tiny screen, 7-9 in non-touch with HDMI input, you can’t find any that’s reasonably priced?
Not really, there just isn’t much demand for small, non-tablet devices that plug into bigger screens. The laws of supply and demand.
What I meant is that I couldn’t find a screen that is 7-9 inches unless it was way overpriced.
Ha! free detachable keyboard. That in itself is worth the money. I mean to get a separate keyboard for the Surface Pro it’s like $120.
Its not free, its $80
Right. I was more commenting on how budget windows tablets without keyboards don’t do better than $80.
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