A tablet is the perfect way to bring your work and play anywhere. Whether you’re looking to watch movies, play games or read the latest news, this Nextbook 8 inch tablet is sure to meet your needs.
This tablet combines an Intel dual-core processor with 1GB of RAM to deliver a smooth user experience. Simple mobile games, surfing the Web, checking email and reading eBooks are all incredibly fast. However, larger games tend to lag significantly and take a long time to load.
The IPS display isn’t the sharpest we’ve seen, but it’s not abysmal either. It has good color reproduction, and it looks pretty crisp and clear even on a dimly lit background.
The 2MP main and 0.3-MP front cameras aren’t the best we’ve seen, but they can still provide decent pictures. The resulting images were sharp, but not as crisp or vibrant as the ones we took with our more expensive tablets.
The Nextbook 8 HD lasted about a day and a half, which is a good number for a slate at this price. But it’s not the longest-lasting model we’ve tested, and it trails the $149 Asus MeMO Pad HD 7 and Sero 7 LT for endurance.
The Premium 8 HD runs a clean version of Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, with five home screens to organize your favorite apps and widgets. It also has a nifty backlit keyboard with blue plastic wrapping around the keys, making it easier to type in low-light conditions.