This week at IFA 2014, Toshiba affirmed another, outrageously competitive affordable Windows 8.1 tablet. The Encore Mini is a 7-incher that runs the full blooded variant of Windows 8.1, expenses $120, has 16GB of installed onboard memory, a microSD card opening and an Intel quad-core CPU pushing everything along. What’s more a really attractive display.
We’ll get that off the beaten path promptly. Keep in mind the display on the Acer Iconia W3? It’s about the same story here. It’s not an IPS display so you miss out on viewing angle. A great deal. When you’re taking a gander at it head on it looks a bit intelligent, yet things truly go south when you turn it even simply a bit. Furthermore with a resolution of only 1024×600 things look really grainy. There’s no other method for saying it.
Furthermore that is a disgrace, on the grounds that there’s a considerable measure to like about the Encore Mini. From our constrained hands-on time there’s no obvious issues with general execution, scrolling appears to be really smooth, and obviously, its full Windows 8.1 on something that would fit inside a coat pocket. It’s not the most slender tablet you’ll ever see, and the plastics wont wow you, however its light enough to convey about which is imperative in a little tablet, for example, this.
Yet at the end of the day the display will represent the deciding moment the experience for you. In case that you can look past it then you’ll be getting an amazingly skilled tablet for not a considerable measure of cash. Anyway unfortunately its a great deal to look past.