Grab this NuVision 10 inch pen-enabled Windows 10 tablet for $99

Kareem Anderson

After Microsoft put the kibosh on its Surface Mini, it seemed a signal was sent to its partner OEM’s that sub 12 inch Windows 10 tablet efforts were futile. With HP and Dell no longer selling their flagship Windows enabled there has been a vacuum created for pure handheld Windows 10 tablet experiences.

Fortunately, NuVision continues to provide an alternative for customers looking for a casual Windows 10 tablet experience and today, people can pick up a stylus enabled Windows 10 tablet for just $99 at the Microsoft Store.

For as little as $99 customers can snag a 10.1-inch Signature Edition Windows 10 tablet powered by an Intel Atom x5-Z8300 processor, 2GB RAM, 32 GB of storage and digital pen capable of 1024 levels of pressure sensitivity (on par with the Surface Pro 3) and additional tablet/pen sleeve.

The tablet comes in three colors, Blue, Pink and Silver and houses a full HD screen, pre installed Office mobile apps, a micro SD slot, and 6800 mAh battery for up to 6 hours of pure drawing creativity.

While some people may find NuVision tablets lacking the performance polish of bigger named brands such as Microsoft, Apple, Dell, or Lenovo, a 10 inch with pen support for less than $100 is hard to beat.

Also, for anyone looking to keep their tablet and laptop experiences separate or want to supplement their brand new Surface Laptop purchase with a better pen experience, head over to the Microsoft Store to grab the details on this great offer.

For those who do end up purchasing the tablet, please tell us about your experience in the comments below.