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Office Depot live 10/2 NuVision 8.9" Hybrid Tablet/PC (32GB, Win 10) $89.99 (.com/Store)

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Item # 324551
OfficeMax # 25185415
Manufacturer # TM890W515L

diagonal screen size 8 inches
storage capacity 32 GB
tablet processor number Quad-Core Z3735F
image file formats jpeg
height 9.15 inches
processor brand Intel
hard drive type Solid State Drive
tablet operating system details Windows 10
Product Condition new
width 5.8 inches
Product Line tablet

tablet processor model Intel
computer battery type lithium-ion
depth 0.78 inches
video graphics Intel
wired connectivity none
manufacturer NuVision
integrated speakers Yes
postconsumer recycled content 0%
front camera/webcam Yes
wireless connectivity 802.11b/g
model TM890W515L
weight 25.6 oz
brand name NuVision
tablet processor speed 1.83 GHz
Wi-Fi capability included (Wi-Fi ready) yes
screen type IPS HD
processor type Intel Atom
maximum battery life 8 hours
screen resolution 1280 x 800
memory card reader yes
total recycled content 0%
memory GB GB
processor model Quad-Core Z3735F
ports USB 3.0
audio playback file formats MP3
warranty length 1-year limited
video playback file formats mp4
audio hardware Waves MaxxAudio
Touchscreen Yes
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Interesting. Seems like a good deal assuming you know what you are getting (a Win 10 tablet, No, it's not an iPad and it's not Android.) It's Win 10, love it or leave it. If you are shopping for this, you must be in the "love-it" category.

Manufacturer page with more details. Not sure if this deal includes the KB -- seems like it does.
http://www.nuvision.com/nuvision-...5l-tablet/

2G RAM and 32G flash makes this similar to the low-end Win10 "laptops" that generally sell for <$200. It's not going to be a high-powered device but might be good for many uses.

Again, if you want an iPad or Android tablet -- don't shop for this, it's just going to annoy you. I've used a Windows 10 tablet (not this brand) and it's not bad if you are used to the Windows environment on a tablet or Windows phone. In fact, I bought a Windows tablet (not this brand) as a gift for my brother-in-law that already had a Windows phone (who has a Windows phone these days?)

[Update] The one I got was a "ASUS Transformer Book T100 CHI-B1-BK(WX) 10.1 2-in-1 PC" which was quite nice and definitely a higher-end unit than this. If you really want a Windows 10 "hybrid" tablet, I'd suggest something like that.

Regarding this deal, the info from the "no-name" manufacturer raises more concerns. It doesn't provide many details. For example it says it has a USB port but doesn't specify if it has USB 3.0 capability. It says it does not have an HD video out (usually micro-HDMI). The specs seem pretty thick and heavy for this unit, but perhaps they are including the keyboard. And it's a brand I've never heard of.

So I'd say based on the info I've seen, this is a good deal on a super-budget "hybrid" tablet, but, I'd recommend spending a bit more and getting something like the Asus TransformerBook I mentioned above.
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Interesting. Seems like a good deal assuming you know what you are getting (a Win 10 tablet, No, it's not an iPad and it's not Android.) It's Win 10, love it or leave it. If you are shopping for this, you must be in the "love-it" category.

Manufacturer page with more details. Not sure if this deal includes the KB -- seems like it does.
http://www.nuvision.com/nuvision-...5l-tablet/

2G RAM and 32G flash makes this similar to the low-end Win10 "laptops" that generally sell for <$200. It's not going to be a high-powered device but might be good for many uses.

Again, if you want an iPad or Android tablet -- don't shop for this, it's just going to annoy you.
I've used one (not this brand) and it's not bad if you are used to the Windows environment on a tablet or Windows phone. In fact, I bought a Windows tablet (not this brand) as a gift for my brother-in-law that already had a Windows phone (who has a Windows phone these days?)
I really liked the Windows phone os. had the 920 when it first came out. didn't have enough mainstream apps at the time and some web pages wouldn't load correctly. that was really annoying.
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used / refurbished Transformer Book T100TA is a much better deal
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My NuVision 10.1 32/2 was rendered unusable during a charging session. Screen cracked internally. NuVision responded to the problem exactly as one would expect from a low end China based manufacturer.....Not our problem..I would advise against.
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Purchased a TM800W560L 8" Full HD Signature Edition Tablet from the Microsoft Store 6/2016 as a replacement for Stream 7. The NuVision tablet will no longer recognize or connect to Wifi networks.
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Purchased a TM800W560L 8" Full HD Signature Edition Tablet from the Microsoft Store 6/2016 as a replacement for Stream 7. The NuVision tablet will no longer recognize or connect to Wifi networks.
With customer service like this, why take the chance, spend a little more and get some peace of mind that the company MAY stand behind their products instead of just making excuses for crap engineering/manufacturing processes.
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i really want a new tablet to utilize for streaming from my xbox one. this doesnt not appear to be my solution. womp womp.
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