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With a suggested retail price of $149, the 8 inch NuVision TM800 tablet is already one of the cheapest Windows tablets with a full HD display. But the Microsoft Store has a habit of selling this Intel Atom-powered tablet at even lower prices from time to time.

Now the store is offering the best price I’ve seen: the TM800 is just $69 if you order by March 28th.

For that price you get a tablet with 2GB of RAM, 32GB of storage, WIndows 10 Home 64-bit software, a micro HDMI port, a micro USB port, WiFi, Bluetooth, and front and rear cameras.

It probably won’t replace your laptop. But it could be a decent portable media player/web browser/streaming device. And since it has HDMI output you can plug it into your TV and treat it like a media streamer that also happens to be a portable PC.

Here are some of the day’s best deals.

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You can find more bargains in our daily deals section.

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9 replies on “Deals of the Day (3-22-2017)”

  1. Beats a Raspberry Pi any day. Unless you are a hardware developer.

  2. Just say “no” to any device with 32GB storage running Windows 10. I’ve owned about a half dozen such devices (notebooks and tablets) and it was always a battle to keep free space available above 10GB before any apps and media.

    I’ve had to completely rebuild some of them after a Win10 update failed due to lack of space.

    1. If it only has 32 gb, you’re not supposed to install heavy apps on it. just a browser, a media player and maybe one or two other programs. I personally have the older version of Intel compute stick and one of the nuvision 8″ tablets.

      I have just Firefox, TeamViewer and vlc installed on each. Any media is kept on the sd card. I mainly use each for media watching, light casual gaming and a bit of browsing to YouTube or a few other websites. TeamViewer is there in case I needed to connect to my pc which is attached to a different network.

  3. “it could be a dent portable media player/web browser/streaming device”

    Dent, as in dope? Trying to invent you’re own “cool” lingo now? 🙂

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