Nextbook Flexx NXW116QC264 11.6″ 2-in-1 Tablet 2GB / 64GB

Nextbook Flexx NXW116QC264 11.6 2-in-1 Tablet 2GB 64GB Windows

The Nextbook Flexx NXW116QC264, also known as Flexx 11, is an affordable 2-in-1 tablet / laptop hybrid with an 11.6-inch display and a price tag of around $230. The screen with 1366-by-768-pixel resolution, multi-touch input support, and IPS technology for wide viewing angles is accompanied by a detachable keyboard. The tablet and keyboard form a portable laptop-like device with a capability to be used in a “tent” multimedia mode, a weight of “less than four pounds”, and thickness of 0.7″.

Nextbook Flexx 11 NXW116QC264 Tent

The tablet portion packs an entry-level Intel Atom Z3735F Bay Trail quad-core processor, 2 Gigabytes of system memory, and 64GB of internal storage. The Z3735F provides smooth web browsing, multimedia playback, and basic gaming, as well decent performance for the usual productivity tasks, like essay writing or spreadsheet calculations. For comfortable multitasking under Windows 8.1 OS 4GB or more RAM is recommended, but the included 2GB can be enough if you don’t run too many programs and browser tabs at the same time. 64GB of eMMC storage isn’t capacious, but its still better than 32GB you can find in similarly priced alternatives. Additionally, you can put in the Nextbook Flexx NXW116QC264 a microSD card to expand storage. Supported microSD capacity is up to 64GB.

Nextbook Flexx NXW116QC264 11.6 2-in-1 Tablet 2GB 64GB Windows 4

The tablet also contains front and rear cameras with 2MP sensors on both, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth wireless connections, a micro HDMI video output, headphones jack, built-in microphone, micro USB port, and a dedicated power jack. We have no info on the speaker system of the Nextbook Flexx NXW116QC264 nor battery life provided by the included 9,000 mAh unit.

The keyboard dock additionally provides two full-size USB 2.0 ports, but the most interesting part of it is an innovative backlight solution. Instead of backlight under each key, blue illuminated area surrounding the keys helps you with typing in dim environments. The keyboard part also has a multi-touch trackpad on it.

Nextbook Flexx NXW116QC264 11.6 2-in-1 Tablet 2GB 64GB Windows 3

For those on an extremely tight budget, there’s a smaller 10-inch version of the Flexx available, with less storage space and no keyboard backlight, but with Microsoft Office 365 Personal 1-year subscription included.

Specifications of the Nextbook Flexx 11 NXW116QC264

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Screen Size


Screen Resolution

1366×768 pixels (HD)



Other Display Specs

IPS display tech (wide viewing angles)

Processor (CPU)

Intel Atom Z3735F Quad-Core Bay Trail 1.33-1.83GHz 2MB Cache (~900 PassMark benchmark points)

System Memory (RAM)




DVD Optical Drive


Graphics (GPU)

Intel HD Integrated Graphics


Backlit keyboard without numeric pad
Multi-touch trackpad with integrated buttons


Front + Rear



Ethernet LAN


3G - 4G Mobile Broadband





1 x micro USB 2.0
2 x USB 2.0

Video Ports

1 x micro HDMI

Media Card Reader

Yes (MicroSD)

Other Features

Detachable keyboard included


9000 mAh









Windows Version

Windows 8.1 (Eligable for free upgrade to Windows 10 Home. Check for more info.)



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8 reviews for Nextbook Flexx NXW116QC264 11.6″ 2-in-1 Tablet 2GB / 64GB

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  1. 5 out of 5

    Lady Jordan – October 26, 2017:

    I really like my tablet. I have had it for over a year. The speaker sound is really low but that’s not a big problem for me. I use mine all the time for school. It is light weight and works well seeing as I carry it with me a lot. Plus I got it on sale for $54 along with the 10 inch version for $45, so I think it was a great buy.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Dinah – August 17, 2017:

    I am honestly blown away to see these negative reviews on this tablet/laptop! I purchased mine over a year ago just for something in expense to take on hikes. Audio is a bit low, yes. BUT, when my Sony Vaio blew, I set up this Nextbook on my desk, attached keyboard (which has two full size USB ports!) and discovered it converts into one AWESOME LAPTOP! Nice sturdy keyboard,great keys, which really helps when spending hours working. Nope, definitely not the best if using in tablet mode, but a dandy little laptop! Even has an icon for switching between tablet and computer modes…

  3. 1 out of 5

    Roy – March 29, 2017:

    My brother gave me his. I think he’s trying to tell me he hates me

  4. 1 out of 5

    Jackie – February 18, 2017:

    Junk I will be contacting the better business b

  5. 1 out of 5

    Jackie – February 18, 2017:

    I have replaced my flexx book this will be the 2nd time it will not charge or turn on it acts like it is charged but will not turn on it is JUNK

  6. 2 out of 5

    Jennifer B. – November 18, 2016:

    This tablet is great if you just want something small to do work on or pay bills. The sound is virtually non existent you have to use headphones to hear it. I tried connecting it to my tv with an HDMI core it worked for a few days and then the HDMI port stopped working with the cord. I got a new cord and the same thing you would have to wiggle the cord around to get it to work and then it would still come disconnected.

  7. 1 out of 5

    Steve Collins – August 26, 2016:

    I own this. It’s slow as hell! Needs more RAM but sadly it isn’t expandable. Keyboard is junk. The other features are OK, yet they are credited to Windows more so than the tablet itself. I would look elsewhere, or even go with a cheap laptop — you’ll get more for your money albeit without the tablet functionality (touch screen and detachable keyboard). I do not recommend this product. Good luck.

  8. 3 out of 5

    Bryan Hill – May 13, 2016:

    The system works well for simple tasks like spreadsheets and word documents. Netflix works well. My only issue is that the screen now has a hugh black mark that is visible when the screen is white. I’m afraid it is going to get worse

  9. Gib – June 19, 2015:

    How much does the tablet and keyboard weigh? I have only seen “shipping weight”.

    • Danijel Z – June 20, 2015:

      The manufacturer hasn’t disclosed the weight. All they said is it weighs less than 4 lbs.

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