Alcatel's latest 10-inch tablet boasts 4G LTE capabilities and a dockable keyboard.
We don't know how much the Alcatel OneTouch Pop 10 will cost yet, but based on our first impressions, we're guessing it's cheap. Click through the slideshow for a closer look at the 10-inch 4G LTE capable tablet.
It's hard to find a 10-inch tablet with cellular capabilities, so the OneTouch Pop 10 is a refreshing change, at least in that regard.
At 7.9mm, the Alcatel slate is thin -- especially for a 4G LTE model.
The 10-incher dons an IPS touchscreen display that looks rather cheap.
Unlike some other budget tablets making their CES 2015 debut, the new Alcatel tablet still offers a rear camera.
The OneTouch Pop 10 only houses 8GB of internal storage, making its microSD card expansion slot a crucial feature.
Alcatel usually offers its tablets in a variety of colors. The OneTouch Pop 10 is limited to white and black.
The dockable keyboard makes typing on the tablet easy, but we found it a little difficult to undock.
The keyboard, which will be sold separately includes a trackpad.
The addition of a keyboard makes the Alcatel slate a cheap, portable alternative to larger laptops.
Though it's a 10-incher, the OneTouch Pop 10 is rather thin and light.
The keyboard dock also doubles as a cover when closed.
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