Two new Nextbook Flexx budget 2-1s announced at Computex

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Nextbook Flexx 11

Two new budgets 2-1 tablets have been announced at Computex this week, the Nextbook Flexx 11 and Nextbook Flexx 10. Blogging Windows details the newest 2-1 devices.

Matching its namesake, the Flexx 11 is an 11.6” device. It runs on an Intel Atom quad-core processor, has 2GB of RAM, and has 64GB of internal storage that can be expanded with a MicroSD card. It supports Wi-Fi and Bluetooth and has microHDMI and USB ports as well. It will be available through Walmart for $227. To find the full specifications of the Nextbook Flexx 11 you can go to Walmart’s page here.

The Flexx 10 is a 10.1” device. It runs an Intel BayTrail-T quad-core processor, has 2GB of RAM, and 32GB of internal storage that can be expanded by a MicroSD card. It also supports Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity and has USB and microHDMI inputs. The Flexx 10 comes in at only $178 and will also be available through Walmart. The Nextbook Flexx 10’s full specs can be found here.

Both feature a detachable keyboard that also works like a hinge which improves the ability to use the devices on your lap. Each devices also has 2.0MP front and rear facing cameras.

There’s a wide range of budget Windows tablets on the market but the Flexx line, along with many other Nextbook devices, is part of a growing sector of budget 2-1 devices that could be used as affordable laptops.

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