Nextbook Flexx 10by E-Fun

  • Nextbook Flexx 10
  • Nextbook Flexx 10
  • Nextbook Flexx 10
TECHWALLA
VERDICT
Not recommended. This product is super problematic.
62%
TECHWALLA SCORE
based on the following sites

PROS

  • The Nextbook Flexx 10 is inexpensive.
  • It's detachable keyboard lets you use it as a PC or a tablet.
  • It's light at just under 3 pounds, making for a perfect travel PC.

CONS

  • Performance is average. Don't expect heavy gaming.
  • There is no regular USB port, only a micro USB port.
  • The speakers are sub-par.
The Nextbook Flexx 10 is a budget hybrid PC that acts as a laptop and a tablet thanks to its detachable screen. The screen itself is 10.1 inches with 1280 x 800 resolution and 3-axis G-sensor support, which the manufacturer says makes for better gaming--although this device is likely to be used for more basic functions, like sending emails, social media and creating and editing documents. The Flexx 10 includes an Intel Atom quad-core processor, 32GB of memory, expandable to 64GB through its micro SD slot, and runs on Windows 8.1. The device comes with a free 1-year subscription to Office 365, a $70 value.
NameNextbook Flexx 10Stream (11-inch)EeeBook X205TA-US01-BLChromebook 11Aspire One Cloudbook 11
ManufacturerE-FunHPAsusHPAcer
Techwalla Score
62%
76%
75%
74%
63%
List Price$178$200$200$300$190
88%

The keyboard on the Flexx 10 is surprisingly comfortable to use. It comes with a roomy and responsive touchpad.

The keyboard on the Flexx 10 is surprisingly comfortable to use. It comes with a roomy and responsive touchpad.

Read Full Review
60%

It shouldn't be much surprise that the Nextbook 10.1 is fairly limited in terms of processing capability.

It shouldn't be much surprise that the Nextbook 10.1 is fairly limited in terms of processing capability.

Read Full Review
60%

The device has no problems with very minor tasks, but more strenuous tasks can be a burden.

The device has no problems with very minor tasks, but more strenuous tasks can be a burden.

Read Full Review
40%

We frequently found ourselves limiting our activities to just one thing at a time because the Nextbook would “stall” when we tried to browse…

We frequently found ourselves limiting our activities to just one thing at a time because the Nextbook would “stall” when we tried to browse websites and install software at the same time.

Read Full Review

Even after you reattach the keyboard, the whole setup weighs around 3 pounds, which is light enough to be carried around all day without wei…

Even after you reattach the keyboard, the whole setup weighs around 3 pounds, which is light enough to be carried around all day without weighing you down.

Read Full Review

The entire setup is a little top-heavy, though, which can make for awkward typing on a lap.

The entire setup is a little top-heavy, though, which can make for awkward typing on a lap.

Read Full Review

The Flexx 10 is full of compromises. It’s technically a netbook, meaning it’s pretty low on storage (32Gb on board, with some taken by the O…

The Flexx 10 is full of compromises. It’s technically a netbook, meaning it’s pretty low on storage (32Gb on board, with some taken by the OS, expandable by SD card), but because it’s solid state, that doesnt’ slow it down.

Read Full Review
75% Said they'd buy it again. Would You?
CHOOSEA SIDE
Positive Reviews
1
Flexx 10 not problematic
The Flex 10 is a nice little 2 in 1, it has been great for me especially for travel, not problematic. It actually has two full size USB ports on the keyboard in addition to the micro on the tablet. Reviewer should actually use one before disparaging it. Great little PC.

TOP RATED Laptops

VIEW ALL