Announcement. Alldocube X Pad - suddenly curious tablet

Photo Announcement. Alldocube X Pad - suddenly curious tablet

Alldocube has officially announced (so far, however, only in China) its brand new tablet Alldocube X Pad.

Kubiks have been dealing with tablets since time immemorial. But something in recent years has been quite modest. So the Alldocube X Pad stands out from its predecessors. In the good sense of the word.

Let's start with the chipset. MediaTek Dimensity 900 - the chip is not new, 2021. It's actually designed for 5G-enabled devices, but the X Pad seems to have been made an exception. Support for mobile networks is not declared at all. Performancedecent, in AnTuTu we expect under half a million points. Curiously, the X Pad is actually the first tablet to use this chipset. Before that, it was installed only in smartphones.

Memory. It's great here too. 8 GB of operational and as much as 256 GB of permanent. Plus, there is even support for memory cards.

The screen is large, eleven inches (373 cm²). Custom resolution 2176x1600 (246 ppi). Apparently, there is no increased refresh rate.

8000 mAh battery with slightly accelerated charging - 18 W. The cameras are simple single, 8 MP each in front and behind.

There is Type-C and dual band�Free Wi-Fi. There are a lot of speakers, as many as four pieces. So we hope for a good sound.

How much Alldocube X Pad will cost is not yet clear. If not a lot, then it seems that we have a good tablet for home use.

Alldocube X Pad Key Features:

ScreenS-IPS, 11", 373 cm², 2176x1600, 246 ppi, 16M colors, touch, capacitive, multi-touch HardwareMediaTek Dimensity 900
2.4 GHz, 2 x Cortex-A78, 6 x Cortex-A55, Mali-G78 MC4 MemoryRAM 8 GB, ROM 256 GB, Micro-SD up to 2 TB, LPDDR4x, UFS2.1 Battery Li-Pol, 8000 mAh, fast charging 18 W Dimensions248.2 x 188.6 x 7.6 mm Weight560 g Rear cameraCamera: 8 MP, flash, autofocus
Front camera: 8 MP, no flash, no autofocus NavigationGPS, GLONASS, BeiDou, Galileo OSAndroid 12 SensorsAccelerometer, Gyroscope, Compass, Illumination, Hall USBType-C v2.0

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