We were recently sent over the Venturer 2 in 1 mini windows notebook, the Bravo SE 10K to take a look at and I must admit I was beyond excited.
I have been looking for a secondary laptop for the family, although not needing anything massively complex I wanted something that was immensely portable and user-friendly for the kids and us alike.
The Bravo SE has a stylish durable outer casing that feels almost like rubber so its great for grip and with its detachable keyboard this versatile machine converts from notebook to tablet in milliseconds and comes already pre loaded with windows 10 and even office mobile, which means writing documents and creating office quality content is easier than ever from something half the size of a standard laptop.
Naively I thought that this netbook might be more limited on other functions but I am pleased to report that it comes with 32gb flash memory and inside the box is an extra 64gb of micro SD card meaning its packed with a total of 96gb of storage combined and with a battery life of 8 hours its ideal for on the go.
What I loved about this netbook is the well thought out ports, often with netbooks or tablets there are no options or very limited options for connecting up external devices such as cameras or external hard drives but the rage of ports on the side means this little beauty can cope. It has a Micro SD slot, DC in jack, Mini HDMI, Micro USB (for charging) Headphones Jack and USB port.
The Venturer Bravo SE 10k has a really workable 10.1″ screen (1280 x 800) so has been great for viewing films and working on the go for me. And for watching films it has been amazing to be able to use it both as a laptop and with the keyboard (its great for angling it for bedtime viewing!)
Price wise I have been seriously impressed at just how much you get for the £229 price tag and the fact all you need to do is open the box and you are good to go with no extra hidden costs like having to buy software!
Disclaimer: We were sent this item for the purposes of this review. All thoughts and options were independently formed by members of The Oliver’s Madhouse.