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If you're looking for a Windows tablet that's capable of taking a snapshot or two, look away now. The T100 has a single 1.2-MegaPixel front-facing camera that's good enough for holding video conversations over Skype or Google Hangouts, or taking the occasional selfie in a well-lit room, but nothing more.
You can take photos using Microsoft's Windows 8.1 camera app, which lets you take several snaps at once before choosing the best one by clicking save to send it to Windows' Photo Gallery or a third-party app.
Of course, with there being no rear-facing camera, you won't want able to take any pictures with the tablet unless you're happy with pointing and shooting blind. For a start, you won't be able to see what you're taking a picture of. For this task you would be best off plumping for a smartphone with a decent snapper, such as the Nokia Lumia 1020, Sony's Xperia Z1, or Apple's iPhone 5S.
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