I wanted a lightweight system with a detachable screen that wouldn't break the bank so I with a refurbished Insignia Flex NS-P11W7100 from Amazon for $79.99 US shipped-not bad for a product that is $199 (US) at Best Buy. Overall it garners a 3.8 out of 5 stars on the site, so I felt pretty good about this particular product.
Ports include a usb-c connection for charging, and mini HDMI and headphone jacks on the tablet itself with two usb ports on the detachable keyboard. The included keyboard is just a little small (to be expected but is just fine for light duty work once your fingers get used to it.
So here is a quick rundown of what I did after initial unboxing and Windows account setup.
- After initial unboxing I ran windows update, which in my particular case took me three running it three times to until I got to a point where it said I was fully updated.
- To maximize free space with a minimum of conflicts I used a 128GB MicroSD card and formatted it to NTFS so I could Onedrive (which requires NTFS) and Google Drive to it.
- Rather than try to move the Program files directory wholesale, I opted to instead create a link using mklink and install any programs that would let me directly there instead of dealing of any potential problems.
Open a command prompt
mklink /D C-Drive
- Change the download directory of whatever browser(s) you use to C-Drive.
- Move any video/sound files to the MicroSD.
Insignia Flex NS-P11W7100 manual Found here