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NuVision Solo 10 Draw TM101W610L Tablet

? 10.1-inch Full HD touchscreen? Intel Atom x5-Z8300
? 2GB memory/32GB eMMC
? Up to 6 hours battery life
? Includes stylus and sleeve

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Moderator Comment: This thread is mirrored to these forums: MOBILE, LAPTOPS, AND COMPUTERS, HOT DEALS. — Aug. 17, 2017 @ 8:09pm
It's cheap because of low quality components. Better to spend little more money on a better quality tablet.

I have the NuVision 8" windows 10 pro tablet (same processor, etc but no draw capability). Its a nice tablet.. with one Achilles heel, it has weak wifi due to the all aluminum casing... iPads had the same issue once upon an age ago... I'd heard the 'solo / draw' models has addressed this but I haven't played with one to know for sure.

As for 'cheap components'... 90% of the hardware (processors, memory, screens, etc) in all models comes from the same suppliers... they are also almost all made by the same limited number of ODMs (Original device manufacturers)... the only differences being the money put into case materials and design and whatever premium can be added to the price for the brand name. No one really makes their own products... they just spec what they want... shop it around to the ODMs to find someone who will do it at the price point they are looking for... and pay them to make the devices. Name brands are usually 'better' because they spend more money on their end designing the thing before hiring an ODM to make them... they also may pay more for better QC because they are protecting their brand.

With todays return/exchange policies and knowing they all use the same components... if you can save some money buying a lesser name its often a good choice as you can just exchange it if the first one happened to get by QC.

reading the reviews tells you ALL you need to know!

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