Microsoft Pushes $199 Pendo Pad 8 With Windows 8.1
Low-cost tablets have been the domain of Android over the past couple of years, with even sub $100 tablets appearing at the counter of major supermarkets, with none of the bells and whistles you expect from Samsung, LG, Sony and others.
Now comes a new breed of low-cost Windows 8.1 tablets, kicked off by budget tablet maker Pendo, known for its inexpensive Android-powered Pendo tablets.
The link Microsoft provides (here) shows a wide range of Windows tablets including the Pendo Pad.
Microsoft promises the Pendo Pad 8 “provides the great and easy-to-use Windows experience, in a compact tablet form”.
Microsoft has supplied us with a link to the Pendo Pad at the Pendo Australia site.
– Windows 8.1
– 8″ Touch Screen
– 16GB storage & 1GB RAM
– Windows Store and built-in apps
– Bluetooth connectivity
– Office 365 Personal 1 year subscription
– Mini HDMI output
Also included is an Intel Atom Baytrail-T Quad Core Processor Z3735 1.83GHz, HD 1280×800 IPS touch-screen display and 2MP front and rear cameras.