Zoostorm 3310-9775 7.5-inch Windows 8 tablet specs reviewed

By Alan Ng - Nov 28, 2014

It’s not just the US who are able to pick up a budget tablet this month. UK consumers can as well as long as they are keeping an eye on what is popular. The Zoostorm 7.5-inch Windows 8 tablet is going to be a model that is offered with a discount this weekend, so for those that are interested we can now bring you a Zoostorm 3310-9775 review of specs to see what this tablet can do.

We actually love using Windows 8 tablets, as opposed to Android. It offers something different and there’s also the feeling that you are using something more professional in the hands.

The 7.5-inch Windows 8 tablet specs offer this kind of functionality, as it runs on Windows 8.1 with Bing integrated into the tablet.

Other Zoostorm 3310-9775 tablet specs include an 1.33Ghz Intel Atom Bay Trail T-CR Z3735F processor, which is actually part of Intel’s new Bay Trail family having only just hit the market at the start of 2014.

The Intel Atom T-CR Z3735F processor also comes side by side with the Intel HD graphics system and you can check out further technical information on this exact processor family over at Intel’s website here.


Elsewhere, the 7.5-inch display supports a resolution of 768 x 1024 pixels, while there is 1GB of RAM on board and 16GB of internal storage space. The good news is that you can increase storage on this tablet as long as you have the appropriate MicroSD card.

This tablet also has a rear 2 megapixel camera, but also pleasing in the fact that there’s a high quality 2MP camera on the front as well – perfect when using Skype with your friends.

In terms of connectivity, there’s Wifi 802. 11 b/g/n support for this tablet, as well as Bluetooth 4.0, a Micro USB port and also a Micro-HDMI port as well – this is going to be fantastic when you want to view your pictures on the TV.

We can’t have a Windows 8.1 tablet without any business features, so to sweeten the deal further, Zoostorm are throwing in a one-year subscription to Office 365. This means that you’ll get premium versions of Word, Powerpoint, Excel and Outlook all on the tablet and ready to go as soon as you boot up.

Overall, the Zoostorm SL8i75 7.5 inch Tablet PC looks like an excellent choice for the low prices that we have seen attached to it. Is this tablet appealing to you and will you consider a purchase?

Let us know the best price you have seen for it and your thoughts on it if any of you decide to buy.

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