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NuVision Solo 10 Draw Tablet $99 @ Microsoft

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NuVision Solo 10 Draw Tablet - TM101W610LBL


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

3 colors to choose:
• Blue https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/s...74R1X/98G5
• Pink https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/s...74R1X/72P2
• Silver https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/s...74R1X/27H4


Tech specs

Display
•10.1 in diagonal Full HD IPS touchscreen (1920 x 1200), 10-finger multi-touch support

Processor
•Intel Atom x5-Z8300 1.44 GHz with Intel Burst Technology up to 1.84 GHz

Memory
•2GB DDR3L 1600 MHz

Hard drive size
•32GB eMMC

Operating system
•Windows 10 Home, 64-bit

PC type
•Tablet

Optical drive
•None

Media drive
•Micro SD

Audio
•Integrated

Video
•Intel HD Graphics

Ports
•1 Micro USB 2.0 • 1 Micro HDMI • Headphone output • TF card

Battery
•3.7V/6800mAh lithium-polymer (up to 6 hours*)

Camera
•2MP front, 5MP rear

Wireless
•802.11b/g/n (Miracast enabled)

Bluetooth
•Yes

Dimensions
•10.25 x 6.25 x 0.33 in (260.35 x 158.75 x 8.38 mm)

Weight
•1.15 lbs (0.52 kg)

Model number: Solo 10 Draw TM101W610LBL

• Includes digital pen, sleeve, pre-installed Office Mobile Apps, AC adapter, Micro-USB cable, transfer cable
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What the typical usage scenario for these Windows tablets at this screen size? Not trying to TC. Honest question. This or something Android in the same price range? Need something for a friend for casual browsing, emails, YouTube etc...
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Seems to have horrible reviews...
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What the typical usage scenario for these Windows tablets at this screen size? Not trying to TC. Honest question. This or something Android in the same price range? Need something for a friend for casual browsing, emails, YouTube etc...
I'd go for Android unless you really need to run a Windows-only application. IMO Android is a much better tablet platform than Windows.
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Personally, I do not own the device, nor have I used it. The reviews on the Microsoft Store website are mixed. Half say it is a great deal for the price and the other half state it's a horrible tablet. It looked interesting to me, as it has a "S pen" like stylus/functionality. Especially at that price point. There are a couple of videos on YouTube, reviewing the tablet.
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What the typical usage scenario for these Windows tablets at this screen size? Not trying to TC. Honest question. This or something Android in the same price range? Need something for a friend for casual browsing, emails, YouTube etc...
a fire hd8 w google play installed(just google it, you install 4 programs over about 10minutes and you're done) is probably a better choice unless you need a 10" screen for some reason, you can find these on sale for around $60 a few times a year. it's not as open as real android but tech support that can draw on screen and flip through programs while talking to the user is pretty good, its basically perfect for grandmas and other neophytes. add them to your prime account and they get access to a decent pool of prime reading stuff(~20magazines a month and a few thousand books?) for free. youtube app is available with google play installed.

if you NEED a 10" screen then this is fine, but i'd consider stretching to 150+ and looking at a refurb ipad or a 2in1 windows device which would have better batterylife, more ram and a real keyboard. i have what is basically a previous gen of this tablet using a z3735f and 2gb, and its merely adequate for browsing/email/netflix. good as a 2nd-3rd windows device(say desktop+this instead of desktop+laptop) but i'd only use as a primary device if my other option was a smartphone.
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I bought one about a month ago. The charging is slow. The processor is slow, there is not much memory in it. But, it fits my usage.

I bought it primarily to remote into a customer's network who uses a Java VPN applet. It works great for a quick tech support call if I have to leave work early . I bought a $5 Bluetooth keyboard to use. Pen works good, but I don't use it very often.

I'm also hoping to start back to college. So note taking was another draw. For $100, it's worth it if you have realistic expectations.
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Have one of these coming on monday, plan to test it for note taking.
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I simply don't understand why they can't AT LEAST put 64GB eMMC storage. It probably costs a couple of bucks from manufacturing stand point, but it would instantly solve storage issues to a large extent .. Windows WILL NOT function well with 32GB, that I can tell from experience
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I think the thing everybody seems to be missing is that this is a DRAWING tablet. People who need this don't really care that much about how it performs as a entertainment device, they're probably using it for a specific purpose
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I think the thing everybody seems to be missing is that this is a DRAWING tablet. People who need this don't really care that much about how it performs as a entertainment device, they're probably using it for a specific purpose
exactly. I was hoping to find more info on how it does with drawing and possibly taking notes on it.
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The last windows update bricked my Windows tablet (different brand). Windows is not meant for tablets.
The 32GB storage size makes it very difficult or maybe impossible to update to other windows builds, maybe yours tried to do that and ran out if space. I have a different brand that I like, but for the 50 dollars I paid for and cant upgrade to a newer build due to not having at least 8GB empty. I barly have anything installed and need 5GB more.
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a fire hd8 w google play installed(just google it, you install 4 programs over about 10minutes and you're done) is probably a better choice unless you need a 10" screen for some reason, you can find these on sale for around $60 a few times a year. it's not as open as real android but tech support that can draw on screen and flip through programs while talking to the user is pretty good, its basically perfect for grandmas and other neophytes. add them to your prime account and they get access to a decent pool of prime reading stuff(~20magazines a month and a few thousand books?) for free. youtube app is available with google play installed.

if you NEED a 10" screen then this is fine, but i'd consider stretching to 150+ and looking at a refurb ipad or a 2in1 windows device which would have better batterylife, more ram and a real keyboard. i have what is basically a previous gen of this tablet using a z3735f and 2gb, and its merely adequate for browsing/email/netflix. good as a 2nd-3rd windows device(say desktop+this instead of desktop+laptop) but i'd only use as a primary device if my other option was a smartphone.
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I'd go for Android unless you really need to run a Windows-only application. IMO Android is a much better tablet platform than Windows.
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If this suffers from the same power button sticking and tablet bios crashing as my current Nuvision tablet, I would recommend that you pass.
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