InFocus Q Tablet (INP-120Q32-PR) Review – Inexpensive Tablet With Some Shortcomings

The InFocus Q Tablet comes into the market as a relatively inexpensive Windows slate. It is aimed to be used for small-to-medium businesses (SMBs) and for the educational industry. Some of its features include a sharp In-Plane Switching (IPS) touch capacitive screen, a USB-C port, and the Windows 8.1 operating system (which is upgradable to Windows 10 Pro). It is quite the capable device for its price, but it does come with some shortcomings, namely its average 2GB of RAM and an Intel Atom CPU. Therefore, you’re not going to be able to use this for high-end gaming or heavy-duty tasks.

InFocus Q Tablet (INP-120Q32-PR) Review - Inexpensive Tablet With Some Shortcomings

The InFocus Q Tablet is More Likely to be Used for Business and Schoolwork Rather Than for Games and Leisure

For its dimensions, the InFocus Q Tablet comes into the market as a 0.41 x 10.5 x 7-inch tablet, and it weighs 1.43-pounds. It is lighter and has a similar size to the Dell Venue 11 Pro 7140. It is easy to carry from workplace-to-workplace, and it is compact enough to find a sweet spot inside your bag.

Its form factor assures you that you are able to hold it comfortably in the crook of your arm, even for extended periods of time. However, it is made with a black, plastic exterior that does not stray away from its price point. In fact, it produces less of a premium feel than what you can expect with the metal body of the Microsoft Surface 3.

It bears a 10.1-inch IPS display and this means that it is bright enough and has wide viewing angles. Still, it offers a 1,280 x 800-pixel resolution which means it has a smaller viewable screen area as compared to others that has the more ideal 1080p display.

While still on the display, it is of the touch capacitive type and is quite responsive to the touch. It is easy to use with the pre-installed Windows 8.1 Pro operating system. The InFocus Q Tablet (INP-120Q32-PR) also comes with built-in speakers which are located at the bottom of the tablet. Sound performance could be better as almost all of the audio comes out tinny.

If you’re not planning on doing very extensive things with the InFocus Q Tablet, then you’ve got yourself a solid pick. Otherwise, you’re just going to have to look somewhere else. This is veritably a slate made for office or schoolwork. If you’re looking for something that is leaning more towards giving you leisure-based features, then there are other tablets in the market will be more of such tastes.


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