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Starmobile Engage 10 Pro: Windows 8.1 laptop/tablet

Cherry Mobile has the Alpha Morph, Cloudfone has the Cloudpad Epic 8.0, now it’s Starmobile’s turn to offer their own Windows 8.1-powered laptop/tablet hybrid. Meet the Engage 10 Pro.

Starmobile Engage 10 Pro specs:
10.1-inch HD (1280 x 800) IPS 16:10 display – 149ppi
1.8GHz Intel Atom Z3735F Baytrail-T quad-core CPU w/ Hyper-Threading
Intel HD Graphics Gen 7
2GB DDR3 RAM
32GB internal storage
up to 64GB via microSD
5 megapixel rear camera
2 megapixel front camera
WiFi 802.11 b/g/n
Bluetooth
microUSB port
USB 2.0 port (tablet)
USB 2.0 port (dock)
mini HDMI
AC Charging port
3.5mm headphone port
Windows 8.1 OS w/ free 1-year subscription to Office 365
7,500mAh battery
257 x 172 x 10.1mm
1.18Kg
Keyboard dock
USB-OTG cable

The Starmobile Engage 10 Pro will be available in stores in March with an SRP of Php11,990.

source: Starmobile


This article was written by Louie Diangson, Managing Editor of YugaTech. You can follow him at @John_Louie.

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15 Responses

  1. Marco I says:

    Remember the difference between Windows 8.1 RT and Pro. Affordable tablet that runs Windows will be an RT version, which is not capable of running a desktop application. You are limited to Windows Store Apps.

    • lol says:

      Look at this guy. Have you read the article? Nobody said anything about RT. This thing runs on Intel chip.

      Also, low cost Windows tablets under 9″ run Windows 8.1 with Bing which means that they are not using RT.

    • Mr A says:

      What are you talking about? This is a full-pledge Windows machine. Microsoft discontinued RT a couple of months before. Also see that the Processor is an Intel Atom. That’s already a clear sign that it is a Windows-pro PC.

    • Kiolig says:

      Di ko alam kung seryoso ito o nagpapansin lang e.

    • mark says:

      nagmamarunong na naman. Windows RT runs on an ARM based processor. Intel Atom is an x86 based processor. So hindi RT yan. Walang kinalaman sa presyo yan. CPU lang titignan mo.

    • Fordie says:

      may masabi lng sya, hindi naman nagbabasa itong Marco na ito.

  2. Isko says:

    Waaa, panget! Dami mo mabibili same o mas maganda pa na specs sa halagang 8k. Starmobile… Basura na presyong ginto.

    • Spectator says:

      Mas basura ka pala, garbage man. 8k pero madaling masira kay galing pa yan sa CD-R King na assemble. Typical for you who can’t afford a gadget for saying that, what a garbage you are.

  3. tae says:

    sus! ganda ng specs, pangit naman ng name! siraing name! wait na lang ako na maglabas ang torque ng ganito

    • Bulok Ka Tae says:

      Tulad ng pangalan mo, tae ka nga, torque? hahaha angpapatawa ka ba? Relevant pa pala yun sa local tech industry? Ewwww, basura, dun ka sa torque mong basurahan na wala namang service center kung tutuusin, sa bagay pipichugi lang naman na tae na tulad mong bibili nun

    • wired_boy says:

      troll! tahahahaha >@[email protected]

  4. Raphiduz says:

    You are just wasting your hard earned money for this product. 2GB of RAM for Windows 8.1? Yung Lenovo Flex 2 14″ ko nga sa work nababagalan pa ako sa 8GB RAM, eto pa kaya kung hindi gumapang mga apps mo. Manufacturers should consider that consumers are no longer idiots when it comes to gadget specs. Hindi na baleng mahail un presyo basta efficient at hindi sirain yung gadget.

    • james says:

      What apps are you talking about?

      Windows store apps works fine with it.
      Internet browsing is ok.

      I have an 8 inch tablet with similar hardware configuration and it works as expected.

      Considering its price, it’s a noteworthy alternative to similarly priced netbooks.

    • accel says:

      What the hell are you talking about? My Asus X200CA running Windows 8.1 with Intel Celeron 1007U CPU and 4GB of RAM literally breezes through the huge projects I’ve made with Visual Studio 2013.

      Looks like that Lenovo Flex 2 of yours must be filled of useless software and not to mention, that nasty Superfish malware from Lenovo, eh?

  5. baste says:

    This is good enough. I’m about to buy if available. Any comment or suggestion?.

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