Among Windows tablet PCs there are also relatively affordable devices, for example, Prestigio MultiPad Visconte Quad 3G PMP881TD, working on fully functional 8.1 Microsoft OS, with 8″ multi touch IPS screen with 1280 x 800 pixels resolution and 189 PPI density and 3G networks support; wherein it costs around 60 – 70 USD. In it following are built in : 4-cores Intel Atom Z3735G 1830 processor, working on 1.83 MHz frequency; Intel HD Graphics ( Bay Trail ) graphical chip, working on 311 MHz frequency; 1 GB of RAM and 16 GB of built-in memory with ability to extend via Micro SDHC flash cards with 32 GB max capacity. It can work in 2G and 3G networks, but only for data transferring without phone calls support; only one SIM card can be installed into it. Tablet has no satellite navigation support ( however it can be added via external GPS, GLONASS or combined receiver ); it has only gravity and acceleration sensor.
In Prestigio MultiPad PMP881TD, as in most other not expensive tablets models, 2 trlatively weak cameras are placed : 2 MP main one and 0.3 MP frontal one, very functional cameras not needed very much for such devices, because they will not give high-quality photos and videos due to small sensors and lens. Tablet has Wi-Fi ( IEEE 802.11b/g/n ) and Bluetooth ( 4.0 ) connections support for remote data transferring and communications with other devices; it does not support NFC connections. Following can be found on its external panels : Micro USB 2.0 port for external devices connection via OTG ( it cannot be used for connections to other computers ), 1/8″ mini-jack headphones output, power switch and volume control buttons and mono speaker. Li-ion battery with 4000 mAh capacity is built into it, which is enough for 170 h in stand-by mode or for 6 hours of work; body of the device is made from plastic; its sizes are 208.9 ( width ) x 123.6 ( height ) x 10.6 ( depth ) mm and mass is 365 g.
Package contains : Prestigio MultiPad Visconte Quad 3G PMP881TD tablet itself, recharger, USB cable, OTG cable, 1-year warranty card and user’s guide. In practice, this is a fully functional Windows computer in compact body, external devices can be connected to it and used far from home and different desktop applications can be used on it ( except, those, which have high system requirements ) – basically it can be used for most tasks, for which usual PCs are used. There is also ability to update its OS to 10 version. There is ability to wish for satellite navigation and phone calls support, but they are not built into entry-level Windows tablet PCs.