US tablet supplier E Fun has unveiled three new two-in-one Nextbook models running Windows 8.1 at CES 2015.
The 10.1”, 11.6” and 12.5” tablets feature a removable magnetic Pogo keyboard, and two-megapixel front and rear cameras with microphones.
They are powered by the quad-core Intel Atom processor, and come with 2GB DDR3L system memory and 64GB internal storage, which can be expanded by a further 64GB with a microSD card.
The 10.1-inch model includes a one-year subscription to Microsoft Office 365 Personal with 1TB of OneDrive cloud storage for a year and 60 Skype world minutes per month.
All three tablets will be available to buy in May, retailing at US$229 for the 10.1-inch model, US$249 for the 11.6-inch model and US$279 for the 12.5-inch tablet.
According to research firm IDC, the two-in-one tablet category is expected to see solid growth in 2015. Part of that growth will be driven by product offerings at lower price points that simply didn’t exist a year ago. “Consumers are interested in the two-in-one form factor, but early products were prohibitively expensive,” said Jean Philippe Bouchard, research director of tablets at IDC. “E Fun is throwing open the category to more people, and that’s always a good thing.”
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