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(Ebay Daily Deal) RCA 10.1" 2-in-1 Windows 10 Tablet w/ Keyboard - $89.99

Mezzner 36 14 July 19, 2016 at 02:00 PM in Tablets (9) More eBay Deals
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Last Edited by thestreetlight July 19, 2016 at 08:00 PM
http://www.ebay.com/itm/New-RCA-1...1952021786

Brand new, not a refurb.

Seems like a fairly good price given the specs. Definitely no powerhouse, but seems adequate for web browsing, Netflix and such.

Features

Intel Atom Z3735 with Turbo Boost (1.33GHz - 1.83GHz)
2 GB DDR3L RAM
Built-in 32GB Storage Space
10.1" HD Touchscreen Display (1280x800)
Detachable Keyboard
Front and Rear Facing Cameras
Bluetooth
Mini HDMI Output
Micro SD Card Reader
1x USB 2.0, 1x Micro-USB 2.0
Windows 10 Operating System
Includes Microsoft Office Mobile App

WARRANTY INFORMATION

1-Year Limited Hardware Warranty for US Purchases with Toll Free Support
For Warranty Claims, please contact: RCA Customer Service
Although some manufacturers honor their warranty on international purchases, it is not guaranteed
For a full written disclosure of RCA’s warranty on this product or any other questions regarding their warranty, please direct all communication to RCA.
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Last Edited by gaore July 19, 2016 at 09:10 PM
Attention! This RCA tablet so crappy, bad material quality.

see my photo, purchased after one month.

When I detached the tablet from the keyboard base, the surface severely damaged.

I contacted RCA support, I asked, they told me they did not offer prepaid shipping label.

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#3
Good price. I think there is also a micro sd slot.
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Yeah there's a microSD slot to expand. It's a really good tablet. I bought this at Walmart for $59.99 but seems all those at the price point are out of stock. The ones left are sold at a profit through sellers such as these. Be aware that the audio is terrible and I'm not a particularly picky person. I did but a sound cube for it which connects via Bluetooth. Battery life sucks as well. I recommend it only as a tablet for minor browsing and streaming.
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Quote from mastershady View Post :
Yeah there's a microSD slot to expand. It's a really good tablet. I bought this at Walmart for $59.99 but seems all those at the price point are out of stock. The ones left are sold at a profit through sellers such as these. Be aware that the audio is terrible and I'm not a particularly picky person. I did but a sound cube for it which connects via Bluetooth. Battery life sucks as well. I recommend it only as a tablet for minor browsing and streaming.
I picked one up for that price at my walmart recently after seeing it in stock at my store on the walmart site . Worth a look!
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I have one of these and have used it a lot. At $40, the Walmart deal was worth it. $90 though, I don't think I'd get it. It chokes on heavy Web pages such as the New York times, basic Web pages seem fine. Youtube is mostly fine. The screen is OK, but terrible for finger prints. 4 hour battery life at best. To update windows for the first time, you'll likely have to upgrade via USB stick (Google it). I seem to have wifi (N) issues periodically and have to reboot. Takes a few seconds for Web pages to load. MKV videos have played well so far. The touch pad really sucks, so mostly use Bluetooth mouse or touch screen. I'd save my money and buy one of the chuwi tablets instead.
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months ago, got couple for $40 each from Walmart, posted in SD
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Check your Walmart first. Some store have them for $59.
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Quote from Buffalob View Post :
I have one of these and have used it a lot. At $40, the Walmart deal was worth it. $90 though, I don't think I'd get it. It chokes on heavy Web pages such as the New York times, basic Web pages seem fine. Youtube is mostly fine. The screen is OK, but terrible for finger prints. 4 hour battery life at best. To update windows for the first time, you'll likely have to upgrade via USB stick (Google it). I seem to have wifi (N) issues periodically and have to reboot. Takes a few seconds for Web pages to load. MKV videos have played well so far. The touch pad really sucks, so mostly use Bluetooth mouse or touch screen. I'd save my money and buy one of the chuwi tablets instead.
Interesting you mentioned Chuwi tablets! I bought one that was an Android hybrid and had Windows 10 with OS swapping and awesome high resolution. It crapped out after 2 weeks so I sent it back through Amazon. I bought 2 of these instead at $59.99 each lol
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Interesting you mentioned Chuwi tablets! I bought one that was an Android hybrid and had Windows 10 with OS swapping and awesome high resolution. It crapped out after 2 weeks so I sent it back through Amazon. I bought 2 of these instead at $59.99 each lol
Other than crapping out, how did it compare?
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Yeah, I have one of these from Walmart. Great for a "disposable" computer that runs nearly anything (within reason). Using as a HTPC on the go right now.

Cons: Plastic screen is HORRIBLE for fingerprints, keyboard is sometimes flaky (just detach and reattach) and the build quality is the worst I've ever seen on a tech gadget (keyboard base feels like a kid's toy).

Despite all that: well worth the $60 or so I paid at Walmart. Probably not worth $90 though -- there are many options for cheap wintabs at that rate.
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Quote from tickle_tickle View Post :
Yeah, I have one of these from Walmart. Great for a "disposable" computer that runs nearly anything (within reason). Using as a HTPC on the go right now.

Cons: Plastic screen is HORRIBLE for fingerprints, keyboard is sometimes flaky (just detach and reattach) and the build quality is the worst I've ever seen on a tech gadget (keyboard base feels like a kid's toy).

Despite all that: well worth the $60 or so I paid at Walmart. Probably not worth $90 though -- there are many options for cheap wintabs at that rate.
How is it working out as an HTPC? Considering one for torrenting + HTCP
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How is it working out as an HTPC? Considering one for torrenting + HTCP
not bad. Handles 1080p on VLC without any issues whatsoever. Handles SNES enumerators as well. :-) I've only done a small bit of streaming, Netflix and HBO, but had no issues. (I usually use Chromecast for streaming tho.)
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Attention! This RCA tablet so crappy, bad material quality.

see my photo, purchased after one month.

When I detached the tablet from the keyboard base, the surface severely damaged.

I contacted RCA support, I asked, they told me they did not offer prepaid shipping label.
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Last edited by gaore July 19, 2016 at 09:09 PM
#15
I bought one of these at Walmart and have been pretty happy with it, although I don't think I would pay $90 for it...definitely better than the Nextbook I had previously. Keyboard is pretty decent compared some other cheapie tablets I've played around with, and the touchpad seems to get a bit better with use. As a plus, it's easy to open up to replace things (I cracked the screen...my fault. Replaced it with one I bought on ebay).
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