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Seems like those Rakuten peeps - I think it was formerly play.com - have the 10" Linx Windows Tab for £99.75 just at the moment, and that includes shipping.  That's a cool £50 less than eBuyer are discounting it at.




The Linx is a fairly good product with a current generation (22nm) quad core Intel Atom CPU and 2GB of RAM.  It's upgradeable to Windows 10 for free.



Beware, there are still lots of older generation Atom CPUs around in stuff on sale, and they hit the battery far harder than 22nm ones.


Total bargain I think!

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Oh well, sub £100 didn't last too long!  Still good value at £116 though.


They probably sussed that they'd drastically under-priced them.  :)

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