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Windows 8 10.1-inch UB-15MS10SA unbranded tablet review missing

We have given you opinions on a whole collection of budget Android tablets from brands such as RCA, Digiland and Nobis. Now though, it is time to look at a Windows 8-based tablet, with some details on the Windows 8 10.1-inch UB-15MS10SA unbranded tablet.

This model is unique in the fact that it doesn’t have a brand attached to it. Sometimes retailers who are looking to keep their product details hidden until purchase disclose the brand name, but in this case there doesn’t appear to be any manufacturer attached to the tablet.

That shouldn’t be a warning sign however, as we can see that the Windows 8 10.1-inch UB-15MS10SA specs are decent enough. It features a 10.1-inch WXGA TFT LED touch-screen display with a 1280 x 800 resolution, and a 1.33Ghz Intel Atom processor with 2GB of RAM on top.

There’s a 2MP camera on the rear, but also a surprise 2MP camera on the front as well – usually we would only see a low quality camera on the front of tablets, but not with this model.

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We can confirm that this unbranded tablet has 32GB of storage which is great to see, but with the extra icing on the cake of expanding it further with MicroSD card support.

Finally, this Windows tablet also supports HDMI out, meaning that you can use all of your favorite apps and view pictures and videos on the TV which is always handy.

As you can see, these are very reasonable specs indeed for a tablet that has no official name. As far as we’re aware, it’s also a brand new tablet for 2014 which is only just hitting the shelves – meaning that you may find it difficult to locate a Windows 8 10.1-inch UB-15MS10SA unbranded tablet review.

Give us your thoughts on this model anyway. Are you interested in picking up a tablet which is Unbranded, with Windows 8, 10.1-inches, offers 32GB and comes in gray color? Give us your thoughts on this one below.

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