The arrival on the market of the new low cost tablet from Alldocube, the iNote, is shortly after, which can also become a practical convertible for productivity, if combined with the optional stylus and keyboard.
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It has now been a few months since the iPlay 40 Pro was presented which is once again the time of tablet in the house of the Chinese brand Alldocube which, specifically, has anticipated for the next few weeks the arrival on the market of a new cheap tablet labeled as Alldocube iNote.
Prepared to become a 2-in-1 convertible when used with the keyboard and stylus (with 4,096 recognized pressure levels), the new Alldocube iNote measures 246 x 172 x 7.95 mm and therefore retains some handling: this appears all the more true if you take into account that the device integrates a massive 7,500 mAh battery, which can be quickly charged to 18W thanks to Power Delivery (PD 2.0). Dominating the front of Alldocube’s iNote is a 10.5-inch display, resolved in FullHD, therefore 1920 x 1280 pixels.
On the multimedia level, the Alldocube iNote tablet boasts a 5 megapixel self-camera and, on the back, an 8 megapixel post-camera, with also an LED flash available: the audio accompanying section, on the other hand, ensures full immersion in surround optics, thanks to the presence of 4 speakers, with relative audio cavities in support.
A processor made by Mediatek, the Helio P90 (MT6779) provides the iNote with six cost-effective 2.0 GHz A55 cores, and two 2.2 GHz A75 cores for the most demanding tasks. The integrated graphics card is an IMG PowerVR GM 9446. Turning to the memories, the manufacturer has provided 8 GB of LPDDR4x RAM (from 1866 MHz) and a storage equal to 128 GB, faster than the usual eMMC used on cheap devices since , as on the rival Teclast M40 Air, it is of the UFS type. If additional storage space is required, the user can use microSD cards up to 2 TB extra.
In terms of connectivity, the Alldocube iNote includes dual band Wi-Fi (direct, hotspot, display), Bluetooth 5.0, even two USB Type-C and, for Asian markets, 4G LTE via Dual SIM. Finally, the operating system is Android 11, albeit covered by the customization of the proprietary Cube OS interface.