Windows Tablets are yet to make a dent in the market despite their promise of more productivity and versatility. Their higher cost is their major drawback if you ask me. The Innjoo Leap 2 seems to be poised to changed that, offering the productivity and versatility of Windows 8.1 at an affordable price. Jumia sent us a unit of the Innjoo Leap 2 to review and we will be sharing the unboxing photos here.
Where to Buy Innjoo Tablets
The affordable tablet market have been until now the exclusive reserve of Android tablets, but the Innjoo Leap 2 is making Windows a player in the market. Innjoo Leap2 comes with an 8-inch screen runs on Windows 8.1 (yes the same OS as your laptop or desktop). Add a Bluetooth keyboard accessory to it and you will have a full-fledge 8-inch laptop.
Innjoo Leap 2 offers 1.33GHz Intel Bay Trail quad-core processor, 1 GB RAM, and 16GB built-in storage as well as a 5 megapixels rear camera and a 2 megapixels front camera. You can also view and edit of Word, Excel, and Powerpoint with preloaded Office 365 with one year free subscription. Checkout full Innjoo Leap2 specs.
Innjoo Leap 2 comes in the same premium looking box design as the Innjoo One. Just like the Innjoo One, the Leap2 is packaged in a red box inside a white box.
You slide the red box out of the white box and open the red box like you would a box of sugar.
Once the box is open, you will see the Innjoo Leap 2 tablet for the first time.
To lift the Innjoo Leap 2 out of the box, use the flap on the right side of the tablet.
Once the tablet is out of the way, you can now see the included accessories and the manual. The accessories include a USB adapter charger, a USB cable, and an earbud.
Here are more photos of the Innjoo Leap2.
Innjoo Leap 2 is already available in Nigeria and is exclusive to Jumia Nigeria with price starting at 28,000 Naira.