If you are in the market for a new Windows powered device for use on the go, E-Fun has rolled out a new 2-in-1 tablet that looks interesting. The tablet has a 10.1-inch screen and falls into the E-Fun Nextbook line. The device has a detachable, foldable POGO keyboard and uses an IPS display. The brain of the device is a quad-core Intel Atom processor.
Windows 8.1 is the operating system so it should run most of your software. Thanks to the POGO keyboard, users of the tablet can fold it into the keyboard making it like a thin notebook or pull the keyboard off to make a tablet device. Connectivity features include Bluetooth and WiFi.
The big screen of the Nextbook device supports capacitive touch. Internal storage is 32GB and microSD cards up to 64GB are supported for storage expansion. The Nextbook Windows 2-in-1 tablet will land in mid-November for $179. That is actually a very nice price for a Windows device. This thing certainly lacks the storage space for lots of software, but the price might make it appealing to business users who work in a BYOD environment and need something cheap to use on the go.