Toshiba Click Mini 2-in-1 Tablet (Refurb) - £129.99p (Free Delivery) via Argos (eBay Store)
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Toshiba Click Mini 2-in-1 Tablet (Refurb) - £129.99p (Free Delivery) via Argos (eBay Store)

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Found 1st Jan 2015
My cousin came across this deal via an email received from eBay UK - essentially it's a refurbished 2-in-1 Windows Tablet, with a high-res 8.9" LCD (1920 x 1200 pixels), 2GB RAM, 32GB EMC Storage and bundled with Windows 8.1 with an option to upgrade to Windows 10.

I thought it prudent to post as the price for the Linx 1010B has gone back up again via Amazon UK (it has the larger 10.1" LCD but a lower screen-res) and this would be ideal for those on a budget.

EDIT: It comes with a bundled 12 month warranty from Argos according to the listing notes on eBay UK.

EDIT 2: Listed below are the specs copied off from the eBay listing.

CPU, Memory and Operating System:
Intel Atom intel® atom™ processor for tablets z3735f quad core processor - 1.33GHz processor speed
2GB RAM
32GB solid state hard drive.
Microsoft Windows 8.1 (this device can be upgraded to Windows 10 for free)

Display features:
8.9 inch screen.
High definition display.
Resolution 1920 x 1200 pixels.

Graphics:
Intel HD Graphicsintel hd graphics graphics card.
Shared graphics card.

Interfaces and connectivity:
SD media card reader.
Secure Digital (SD), .
Bluetooth.
Wi-Fi enabled.

EDIT 3: Listed below are the interfaces for this unit as per the manufacturer's website (link at the end of the the first post).

1 × built-in microphone
1 × external Headphone (stereo) / Microphone combo socket
1 × micro-HDMI-out supporting 1080p signal format (Tablet)
1 × 5 MP Full HD rear camera with auto focus
1 × micro-USB 2.0 (Tablet)
1 × USB 2.0 (Keyboard dock)
1 × 2 MP Full HD web camera(front)
1 × SD™ card slot with UHS-I (Keyboard dock)
1 × micro SD™ card slot (Tablet) with UHS-I

24 Comments

Sorry but this is not a good laptop. It is very slow and just not capable. After a while you start to notice it's limitations etc.

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hukdiAmBroke

Sorry but this is not a good laptop. It is very slow and just not … Sorry but this is not a good laptop. It is very slow and just not capable. After a while you start to notice it's limitations etc.



What's the problems you've been encountering on it and also what did you attempt to rectify it - honestly curious.

If only it was 10". But still decent price

Toshiba customer support and software upgrades are non existent. I would avoid like the plague.

anything like this in android at similar price? want to play boom beach still X)

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wadz

If only it was 10". But still decent price



+1 - I can see where your coming from, as a 10" plus for the screen would have been ideal for myself as well (especially with the high-res) but the only other ones I've seen are import models from China or Dell Venue Pro tablets.

brilly

anything like this in android at similar price? want to play boom beach … anything like this in android at similar price? want to play boom beach still X)



LOL - unfortunately I've not looked at the Android side, just wanting more a Windows based system.

wadz

If only it was 10". But still decent price

brilly

anything like this in android at similar price? want to play boom beach … anything like this in android at similar price? want to play boom beach still X)



I've had the Acer switch 10 and 11 which were both decent esp the 10 which had a 500gb had. I however settled with Galaxy Note 2014 Tabley. Can't see anything I can replace it with....yet

brilly

anything like this in android at similar price? want to play boom beach … anything like this in android at similar price? want to play boom beach still X)



There are a few ways to run Android apps on a Windows PC. So you still could.

alecoddlyiv

Toshiba customer support and software upgrades are non existent. I would … Toshiba customer support and software upgrades are non existent. I would avoid like the plague.


Agree

good deal. heat added!

alecoddlyiv

Toshiba customer support and software upgrades are non existent. I would … Toshiba customer support and software upgrades are non existent. I would avoid like the plague.



I've never had to contact a manufacturer of any electrical item I've purchased for support. If anything goes wrong with the hardware then take it to Argos. If its software then it's Microsoft. Really though, Google provides support for everything.

This seems like a scorching deal.

Just payed 199 for this a few month ago

richchampness1

Just payed 199 for this a few month ago



​how would you rate this device please?

Battery can be an issue even on hibernate it wont hold, i only use it for browsing and other light use and it is okay, can have multiple tabs open, versatile in being able to detach the keyboard, full windows so at this price its better than most regular tablets imo

mojo1977007

Battery can be an issue even on hibernate it wont hold, i only use it … Battery can be an issue even on hibernate it wont hold, i only use it for browsing and other light use and it is okay, can have multiple tabs open, versatile in being able to detach the keyboard, full windows so at this price its better than most regular tablets imo



Can I ask what version of Windows you're running please? My Venue 11 wasn't great for battery even when seemingly off but a move from Windows 8.1 update to Windows 10 Enterprise LTSB has solved this. It might have had something to do with 'connected standby' which is easy to switch off under Windows 10.

I currently have the click 10 LX0W-C64M , its a US import which I picked up for £200. The screen is amazing on it, great for playing movies ect, the full windows 10 is a great feature if not a little fiddly compared to my Samsung android S2 9.7 tablet, not any good for multi tasking bearing in mind mine has the newer Z8300 processor and 64gb storage, and the web browsing is know where near as fast as a mid range laptop or android tab with similar specs due to windows swallowing up 1gb of the memory. I was going to purchase the linx tab from amazon however solely with the full HD display I would pick up a click mini.

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richchampness1

Just payed 199 for this a few month ago

mojo1977007

Battery can be an issue even on hibernate it wont hold, i only use it … Battery can be an issue even on hibernate it wont hold, i only use it for browsing and other light use and it is okay, can have multiple tabs open, versatile in being able to detach the keyboard, full windows so at this price its better than most regular tablets imo

brilly

anything like this in android at similar price? want to play boom beach … anything like this in android at similar price? want to play boom beach still X)



+1 - Interested myself to see what a normal user (rather than a tech reviewer) thinks of it.



Out of curiosity do you have the Connected Standby still active on your system? I've heard that it does contribute to fast battery discharging on a lot of the laptops, 2-in-1 and tablet systems out there.

omgpleasespamme

There are a few ways to run Android apps on a Windows PC. So you still … There are a few ways to run Android apps on a Windows PC. So you still could.



+1 - BlueStacks is an example of such a utility.

I have ran Bluestacks on my click 10 and it is terrible, if you want to run android apps id recommend an android tab unless you can dual boot it which can be tricky and may cause system problems. That's the reason I have 2 tablets one for Windows and one for Android , best of both worlds, apps that run smoothly on my S2 tablet and Sony Z3 phone are slow and graphics are awful running Bluestacks.
Edited by: "mylet123" 2nd Jan 2015

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mylet123

I have ran Bluestacks on my click 10 and it is terrible, if you want to … I have ran Bluestacks on my click 10 and it is terrible, if you want to run android apps id recommend an android tab unless you can dual boot it which can be tricky and my cause system problems. That's the reason I have 2 tablets one for Windows and one for Android , best of both worlds, apps that run smoothly on my S2 tablet and Sony Z3 phone are slow and graphics are awful running Bluestacks.



Cheers for posting that mate, greatly appreciated.

Scotty Boy

Cheers for posting that mate, greatly appreciated.


no probs i'd say if your looking for a powerful windows 10 tab you need to spend 900 odd quid on a surface pro, if your a casual no frills user who wants a full hd win tab for £130 buy this.

I'm happy with mine, as a web browser and movie player. Battery life good too.

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speculatrix

I'm happy with mine, as a web browser and movie player. Battery life good … I'm happy with mine, as a web browser and movie player. Battery life good too.



How much battery run-time do you manage to get out of it? Cheers





mylet123

I have ran Bluestacks on my click 10 and it is terrible, if you want to … I have ran Bluestacks on my click 10 and it is terrible, if you want to run android apps id recommend an android tab unless you can dual boot it which can be tricky and may cause system problems. That's the reason I have 2 tablets one for Windows and one for Android , best of both worlds, apps that run smoothly on my S2 tablet and Sony Z3 phone are slow and graphics are awful running Bluestacks.

mylet123

I have ran Bluestacks on my click 10 and it is terrible, if you want to … I have ran Bluestacks on my click 10 and it is terrible, if you want to run android apps id recommend an android tab unless you can dual boot it which can be tricky and my cause system problems. That's the reason I have 2 tablets one for Windows and one for Android , best of both worlds, apps that run smoothly on my S2 tablet and Sony Z3 phone are slow and graphics are awful running Bluestacks.



I've used Droid4x droid4x.com/ on my Dell Venue 11.
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