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EFUN Nextbook Next5

alaTest has collected and analyzed 2 reviews from magazines and websites. People really like the battery. The value for money is also mentioned favorably, but the size and portability get critical views.

design, value for money, battery

portability, size

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other eReaders the EFUN Nextbook Next5 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 59/100 = Good quality.

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EFun Nextbook Next5

 

EFun's Nextbook Next5 offers decent stylus input, but the rest of the tablet experience is deeply flawed.

Android tablets that have both pen and finger input are rare, which is why EFun's Next5 tablet--and its $299 price--were initially intriguing. However, this slate's sluggish performance, woefully inaccurate touchscreen, and cheap design make it a poor...

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The EFUN Nextbook Next5 spec sheet reads like the answer to every frugal, would-be tablet owner's dreams. The fact that with a $200 launch price, it costs less than most tablets, and sports dimensions conveniently smaller than other devices, make it...

Sleek, attractive design ; Good external speakers ; Decent battery life

Unresponsive resistive touchscreen ; Incredibly heavy for its size ; eBook software not compatible with Borders/Kobo downloads

In the end, I consider it a minor miracle that I didn't end up throwing the Next5 across the room in pure frustration when I found myself grappling with the touchscreen's lousy performance. My final verdict: if you don't mind using a stylus to navigate...

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