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Background

In May 2023, I was browsing around online and came across the Basics BasicbookS BB1022FW. As I feel that it is a smaller, more compact, and nice laptop/tablet design that I can bring around more easily, I thought about it for a few days before finally deciding to purchase it.

The Stuff

The Basics BasicbookS BB1022FW is a 10.1-inch touchscreen laptop/tablet from which the keyboard can be detached. Windows 11 Pro pre-loaded inside. A stylus pen is included in the package.

Here are the specs of this laptop/tablet that I have taken from Qoo10*:

Product: BasicbookS BB1022FW
Panel Size: 25.54 (10.1type)
Resolution: 1920x1200 (75Hz)
Form Factor: 2in1
Weight: 1.13kg (Tablet 587g, Keyboard 548g)
Size: 259 x 181 x 25.5mm
Specification: Intel Gemini Lake N4100 RAM 8GB SSD 128GB
Graphic: Intel UHD Graphics 600
Wifi: 2.4GHz/5GHz
Bluetooth: 4.2
Voltage 12V 2.0A
Color: White
Battery: 3000mAh/7.6V
Speaker 8Ω/1W box-speaker x1
Memory card: TFscard Max 64GB
USB: USB 3.0 1ea, USB 2.0 1ea, USB C 1ea
Head phone: 3.5mm 1ea
Cam pixel: Front 2MP/Back 5MP
Manufacturer: Nasda Industry co., LTD made in China
Authentication: R-R-s2m-BB1022FW /HU101259-22001A /YU101227-20001

Here are some pictures that I have taken to show what the stuff looks like:

The Basics BasicbookS BB1022FW Box
The Basics BasicbookS BB1022FW Box

Contents in the box
Contents in the box

Ports on the side of the laptop/tablet
Ports on the side of the laptop/tablet

Laptop mode
Laptop mode

Keyboard detached
Keyboard detached

Writing on the tablet in portrait
Writing on the tablet in portrait

Usage and Experience

I have used the Basics BasicbookS BB1022FW for almost 2 months since this post. I use this mainly for productivity purposes, like reading emails and using Microsoft Office. Hence the Intel Celeron processor with 8GB RAM was all right for me for such tasks.

Playing videos on YouTube is not an issue. It was smooth with 1080p mode full screen, but it may take some time to load.

The stylus pen is a good inclusion to the laptop/tablet. I did not really use it much but it comes in handy when it is needed to write, draw or sign something. It was smooth when using it.

Both the front and back cameras are decent. Unfortunately, it can't be used for Facial recognition (Windows Hello) as it is not supported.

I wished that the USB C port supports charging but it does not.

I have not been paying attention to the battery life as I did not use it from full to flat. I reckon it can last about 4 to 5 hours if playing videos all the way.

You can watch the video of the stuff below or on YouTube:


Final Thoughts

Overall, I feel that the Basics BasicbookS BB1022FW is an all-right laptop/tablet for basic usage to bring around. If you are interested in this stuff, you can click on the link below:


Alternatively, you can click on some of the alternatives that I have found on Shopee and Amazon: