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Sharp’s LTE Windows 8.1 tablet has nice specs: WQXGA

Sharp has released one of the best 10.1-inch Windows 8.1 tablets on the market today. If you don’t believe us, wait until you see some of the specifications. When you consider all this general tablet can do for the low price, it’s easy to see why so many people see it as a true value. When compared to the iPad Air and others, many prefer the Sharp LTE WQXGA a lot more. Even the Kindle Fire pales in comparison.


Sharp LTE Tablet Specs

Here’s a look at some of the specific specs of the new tablet from Sharp that runs the latest Windows 8.1 operating system.

  • Display – The 2,560×1,600 IGZO display is one of the best in this size range. Even when you compare it to the iPad Air, the Sharp tablet does really well. Sharp has been making LCD and LED televisions for a while and they know how to make a great screen.

  • Memory – With a whopping 64GB of flash storage memory, this tablet is going to have enough space to store quite a bit of files – like photos or videos – on the device. You’ll still be able to use a USB flash card for even more memory.

  • RAM – The tablet has 4GB of RAM – which is what helps it run apps. With 4GB, you’re going to have no problem running most apps out there – even if you run more than one at a time.

  • CPU – At the heart of this new Sharp tablet is the Intel Atom Z3770 “Bay Trail” processor, which has a lot of processing juice. This is another thing that people like. With this processor, it’s easy to run multiple apps – even with a lot of them running in the background.

  • Size – At a mere 0.37-inches thick and weighing 1.3 pounds, this is very light compared to other tablets in this size and price range. The good thing is even though it’s light, it still has a solid feel to it.

  • Price – There’s not a lot of talk about price on this tablet yet, but it’s coming out in January and most expect it to be quite a bit lower than the Apple iPad and maybe even less expensive than the Kindle Fire.

Looking at the list above, it’s no wonder that people – even reviewers – are going gaga over this latest model. Sharp has been making tablets for a while, but each new one they come out with seems to be that much better. If you have an opinion about the Sharp LTE 10.1 inch tablet with Windows 8.1, leave a comment and let us know your thoughts.


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