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Want a cheap Office-er-riffic tablet? Microsoft Windows takes on Android

Steve Gill

Currently playing around with the 7" version, at the price offered I felt it would really be stupid not to.

It's a totally different meta to other tablets, think more laptop. With a mouse and a cheap Bluetooth keyboard it becomes a modern-day replacement for the old netbooks but with significantly more power and ability that you can also use as a tablet.

Office runs smoothly and gives full options.

For gamers who cares that you can't access a large tablet store when you can access Steam?

Micro-SDs show as drives - which adds a lot of flexibility.

It's a PC, you can't just plug it into your desktop to sync. The OneDrive space helps though.

All-in-all I'm fairly happy experimenting with it so far.

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