Budget tablet maker E Fun has launched a new line of 2-in-1 Windows tablets with detachable keyboards, Intel Atom Bay Trail processors, and low starting prices.

The E Fun Nextbook Flexx 10 is available from Walmart for $178, while the Nextbook Flexx 11 sells for $227 at Walmart.

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Each tablet has an Intel Atom Z3735 processor, 2GB of RAM, two USB ports, a micro USB port, a micro HDMI port, and a microSD card slot as well as 802.11b/g/n WiFi and Bluetooth 4.0. And each comes with a keyboard dock that attaches to the tablet via a POGO connector.

The Nextbook Flexx 10 has a 10.1 inch, 1280 x 800 pixel screen and 32GB of built-in storage, while the Nextbook Flexx 11 has an 11.6 inch, 1366 x 768 pixel display and 64GB of storage. The 10 inch model also comes with a free 1-year subscription to Office 365 Personal.

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Both tablets ship with Windows 8.1, but like most computers running Windows 7 or later, both of these tablets will be eligible for a free upgrade to Windows 10 when Microsoft’s new operating system launches on July 29th.

I’m pretty sure these tablets are the same as the models E Fun showed off earlier this year at the Consumer Electronics Show, but it looks like the retail price is a bit lower than had been expected.

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5 replies on “E Fun Nextbook Flexx 2-in-1 Windows tablets launch for $178 and up”

  1. I bought this from Walmart as a inexpensive “burner” 2 in 1 (meaning if I brick it, no big loss) to play with. Came with Win8.1 installed, but free upgraded to Win10 through my home wi-fi with no problems. Also comes with a year of Office365 and a trial for cloud storage.

    2 full-size USB, 1 microUSB, and microSD slot at that price was the deal maker for me.

    I want to see what I can multi-boot with this thing (Win, CentOS, Solarisx86), like I have with a Dell mini1018.

  2. These small windows 2 in 1 make the I pad and Android tablets look bad, really bad once functionality and price are taken into account…windows 10 is just the icing on the cake! Hey brad you are due for a mega review of these machines, I know it’s a tough job but somebody has to do it!

    1. I bought myself a £79 HP Stream 7 a while back, it just wipes the floor with the iPad and every Android tablet I’ve had. They are full PCs instead of scaled up mobile phones, minus the phone! 🙂

    2. I have to agree. I really gave Android a chance with a couple of larger tablets over the last few years and it’s really frustrating to do anything even minimally productive. I love MX Player on Android and some of the eReaders but that’s about it. Browsing, having to open up external applications, copying/pasting, one app at a time, lack of firewall, force to root to protect against MITM attacks… Mobile OSes are just not for me – at least on larger devices.

      I had my eye set on the Surface 3 lately but may wait a little bit more – some really good alternatives suddenly popping up on this site – like the new ASUS Transformer T100HA with what looks to be a real clip-on keyboard (allowing forward tilting). Plus Windows 10 around the corner.

      1. I’m weeks away from buying another Windows tablet – one with a keyboard like above, torn between the Surface and so many others – it’s a great time to get one with the Office 365 and 1TB OneDrive deal and Windows 10 coming.

        MX Player is on Windows now, BTW! I was pleased to find that! There are good ePub and comic readers as well as things like Kindle and Kobo. 🙂

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