Other than the brands that everyone knows and are extremely popular, like Samsung, Apple and Lenovo, NeoCore Tablets are considered as some of the best in the UK in terms of stability, quality and value for money. There are a few different models of NeoCore Tablet available. Most notable are the NeoCore N1F and the NeoCore E1. The B1 and C1 are the oldest of the models, and are harder to find for sale these days.
But if you do find either model for sale, they will be the cheapest out of all the models due to their age. But just because they are the cheapest doesn’t mean there not packed with a decent specification and features that are not a million miles away to what the N1 and E1 have. Although it should be noted: In 2020, due to their age and specification (most notable, the small amount of RAM), the B1 and C1 are for basic usage.
B1 Features + Specification
The NeoCore B1 10.1-Inch Touch Screen Tablet has a Quad Core processor which is made up of 4×1.3GHz Cores. It also has 512mb RAM. So for the price this is a decent enough Tablet that is capable of running a few “light” programs or Apps without suffering much lag. It has the Android 4.4 operating system (KitKat), and has an internal 8 GB of storage built-in. This is upgradable via SD Card up to 64 GB.
It’s fairly fast and responsive. And by most accounts the screen resolution and graphic capabilities are good for the price. Couple that with it being a Ten-Inch Tablet rather than a 7″ or 9″ and you have a Tablet capable of offering a good user experience when it comes to things like watching films, reading books and playing none resource demanding games.
The NeoCore B1 also has many of the usual, and useful features found on the more expensive Tablets, like Dual Cameras (2MP), Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Google Play, SD Card compatible, internal microphone, Micro USB port, 3.5 mm headphone jack, and a pretty decent battery life.
Of course, you can also do all the usual stuff like browse the Internet, check mail, YouTube, watch catch up TV, install new software, including the Kindle App, and any other Apps out of the many thousand available, that you may want installed. Thanks to their now being an App to do almost anything for Android, you can do most things on a NeoCore B1 Tablet, as long as it’s not too demanding.
The NeoCore B1 Tablet is slim and light. It’s around a 3rd of an Inch in thickness and half a KG (499 Grams) in weight. But one of the most impressive things included within the low price of this Tablet is the 2-year Warranty that NeoCore offer with this item. This is an excellent deal. Two years is a long time, and within that time frame if something goes wrong with your Tablet you can send it back to NeoCore and either get it repaired or replaced.
A lot of companies in the UK selling budget Tablets (usually shipped from China) are offering a 1-year warranty, so for NeoCore to offer double that speaks volumes. They have a lot of confidence in their products. Enough to stand behind them and offer a very long warranty.
The B1 Tablet is impressive for the price, but add the warranty into the mix and you have a good little deal in terms of value for the money and product security. Buy one if you can find one for sale. I believe there are some used / refurbished examples on eBay.
As mentioned above, for a little more money you can buy the slightly better NeoCore N1F and NeoCore E1 Tablets, which basically have everything (including the same warranty length) that the B1 has but with some up-to-date upgrades like 2 GB RAM, HDMI, Octa Core GPU, GPS, and a Built-in radio. Want the latest addition to the Neocore range? Check out the latest E1 model, which has been talked about on Visible Voice here.