Venturer Touch Series 10″ Tablet PC with Intel Celeron N4000 Review

Venturer Touch Series 10″ Tablet PC

Venturer 10-inch Tablet PC Intel Celeron N4000



Venturer Touch Series 10″ Tablet PC comes with the entry level Intel Celeron N4000 processor, 64GB eMMC flash storage, 4GB memory, Windows 10 operating system in S mode, 802.11ac wireless, Bluetooth and more. It first became available at Amazon.com on March 27, 2021 and is rated an average of 5 out of 5 stars by 8 users at the time of this product review.

Black Venturer Touch 10 weighs 3.49 pounds and measures 10L x 7.2W x 0.43H inches and you can put it easily in your backpack or bag easily and take it wherever you go. Detachable folio keyboard is included with your purchase. You can use this sleek and compact tablet computer for your online classes, Google classroom or school work overall when they open during / after the pandemic. It is ideal for everyday use for the simple tasks for both work and play.

Quarter 2 of 2018 release Intel Celeron N4000 processor (2 cores, 2 threads) runs at the speeds between 1.1GHz and 2.6GHz with the Burst frequency and offers modest multitasking power. The average CPU PassMark benchmark score is 1437 on the day of this product review. The typical TDP- Thermal Design Power is 6 watts and the battery life is around 6 hours on average for your regular Word processing, Youtube videos or web browsing at low to medium light settings. And you can be out and away from the power outlets during the day.

4GB RAM may not seem like much but for a tablet PC with the entry level specs it is pretty good and will allow you to open a couple of apps and 3-4 Chrome or Edge browser tabs simultaneously without any major issues. 64GB eMMC flash storage is much faster overall than a regular SATA HDD hard drive but lacks the space as almost 32GB will be occupied by the Windows 10. Connectivity options include the 802.11ac wireless, Bluetooth, a USB port, an HDMI output, a headphone jack, an SD Card Reader, a microphone jack, DC-in jack, charging indicator and power button.

10.1-inch HD touch display has the 1280 x 800 pixel resolution and IPS panel with the very large viewing angles both horizontally and vertically. Gemini Lake Intel UHD 600 graphics offers similar performance with the Apollo Lake Intel HD 500 and is adequate for daily multimedia needs and the simple games like Sims 4 or Dirt Rally with a video card benchmarkVenturer 10-inch Tablet PC Intel Celeron score of 335. The webcam on this tablet PC is also quite good for your live Skype chats or taking still photos. The keyboard is not backlit but the keys work quite smoothly.

You can switch easily between a 10.1-inch Windows tablet and PC with keyboard easily. In the box you’ll find the 10.1″ Windows Tablet, folio keyboard, power adapter and one year limited warranty by the manufacturer. It doesn’t come with a case as such but hard shell on the outside that is just like a notebook case for drop protection purposes than a standard cloth bag. This same shell folds down for offering you access to keyboard and a back kickstand. This laptop works well, does the job as promised and you’ll be happy as long as you don’t have any high expectations. You seem to get more than what you pay for this tablet PC.

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