iView SupraPad Windows Tablet Sells for Only $80
In the tablet war, the only winner is the user. Tech companies constantly launch new products thus helping to reduce the price tag for slates. I bet you didn’t know you need only $80 to buy a tablet.
As unbelievable as it may sound, the price tag for the iView SupraPad i700QW tablet is of only $80. And for this money you get a 1.33Ghz Intel Atom quad-core CPU device built on the Bay Trail-T platform. The tablet has a 7-inch display with a resolution of 1024×600. The standard storage capacity is of 16 GB but it can be extended to up to 48 GB with a MicroSD.
The tablet is equipped with two cameras, the front camera has a 2MP resolution while the rear camera offers 0.3 MP. Okay, this is not state of the art technology, but we can’t complain about the specs at this price tag. The device uses the Bluetooth 4.0 technology.
As a bonus, you can get a one year free subscription to Office 365.
Here is the list of specs:
- Windows 8.1
- Bluetooth version 4.0
- 7″ Capacitive Touch Screen
- 1024 x 600 High Resolution
- Intel Quad Core, BayTrail Z3735G-CR, 1.33GHz
- Wi-Fi 802.11b/g/n
- 16GB Memory
- RAM: 1GB DDR3
- Dual Camera
- Micro USB Port/Micro SD Card Reader
- Internet Browser, Calendar, Calculator, Office, Email
- Picture Viewing, Music/Video Playback, E book, Games
This tablet is the perfect choice if you want a device you can use for easy tasks such casual Office tasks, gaming (not resource intensive games, mind you) email or social media connections on the go. But don’t expect this to be the super slate of your dreams.
All in all, users gave the iView SupraPad i700QW an average grade, 3 out of 5 that it. So, if you need a cheap tablet for easy tasks, you can consider buying the iView SupraPad i700QW. But if you want something better, look somewhere else.
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