Barcelona won the Spanish football league not so long ago and Microsoft decided to launch a Windows tablet for their arch-rivals instead, Real Madrid.
The tablet costs a cool 199 Euros (about £144, $221, AU$285) with an extra 25% premium to be paid if you want to have your name engraved on it. That's actually not a bad deal given what you end up with.
There's a quad-core Atom processor, the Z3735F, which also powered the Linx 7, there's 2GB of RAM 32GB onboard storage, a microSD card slot, micro USB and micro HDMI, Windows 8.1 (upgradable to Windows 10), a pair of cameras, Bluetooth 4.0 and an 8.9-inch full HD IPS OGS touch screen display.
Fairly close to what the Surface 3 provides but without the price tag. You also get a year's worth of Office 365 with 1TB of online OneDrive storage and an exclusive Real Madrid app.
- More about the tablet on the official Microsoft/Real Madrid site.
- Check out the review of the Linx 7, a Windows 8.1 tablet with slightly worse specs.