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Poor battery life and lacklustre hardware make this a tablet to avoid

Gigabyte S1082

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Ultimately, though, the S1082’s main problem is its price. It’s more expensive than the iPad 4 and Google Nexus 10, and it’s too underpowered to be a cheaper alternative to Windows 8 tablets such as the Acer Iconia W700. There’s a slightly cheaper model of the S1082 that has a 500GB hard disk instead of a 64GB SSD, but we’d still prefer to pay more for a good Windows 8 tablet such as the Iconia W700 or less for an iPad 4 or Google Nexus 10.

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Ultimately, though, the S1082’s main problem is its price. It’s more expensive than the iPad 4 and Google Nexus 10, and it’s too underpowered to be a cheaper alternative to Windows 8 tablets such as the Acer Iconia W700. There’s a slightly cheaper model of the S1082 that has a 500GB hard disk instead of a 64GB SSD, but we’d still prefer to pay more for a good Windows 8 tablet such as the Iconia W700 or less for an iPad 4 or Google Nexus 10.

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A Windows 7 tablet with great connectivity

Gigabyte S1080

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If you need a Windows 7 tablet in your life, then the Gigabyte S1080 its bevy of ports including 2 premium USB 3.0 ports along with everything else you’d usually find on a netbooks gives this tablet more connectivity options then your average Android tablet. However, stacking it up against Google or Apple has the S1080 looking sorry with its battery life but up against other Windows 7 tablets its holding its own at the top of the pile. However, it runs hot, its got a very slow accelerometer and its touch screen can use an firmware update since I was constantly clicking on many items accidentally. If you’re looking for a Windows 7 tablet with great connectivity and you don’t mind it doubling as a hand heater, then the Gigabyte S1080 should be a top pick among Windows 7 tablets.

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If you need a Windows 7 tablet in your life, then the Gigabyte S1080 its bevy of ports including 2 premium USB 3.0 ports along with everything else you’d usually find on a netbooks gives this tablet more connectivity options then your average Android tablet. However, stacking it up against Google or Apple has the S1080 looking sorry with its battery life but up against other Windows 7 tablets its holding its own at the top of the pile. However, it runs hot, its got a very slow accelerometer and its touch screen can use an firmware update since I was constantly clicking on many items accidentally. If you’re looking for a Windows 7 tablet with great connectivity and you don’t mind it doubling as a hand heater, then the Gigabyte S1080 should be a top pick among Windows 7 tablets.

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