On the one hand, this was a inexpensive way of obtaining a full Windows 8 (with free upgrade to 10). With additional storage capabilities to upgrade the storage space to at least 64g (probably even double that), this was a decent and fast mini computer. It will accept both regular Windows compatible programs and apps and provide a decent amount of memory power.
On the other hand, double typing was common on this device. Could it be because of the screen protector - or just how it was, I don't know. Upgrading to Windows 10 did not automatically mean that my Dell Drivers would be updated as well, so it would throw off the system and cause it to shut down instead of going to sleep. The keyboard was not intuitive, as it did not seem to learn my typing habits and choose the appropriate words. Sometimes the screen was too small. App selections were very minimal.
For surfing and games, it was okay. For other functions, it may to help to have small agile fingers to manoeuvre the small and unintuitive screen.
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