This is a time of great launches, already thinking about the beginning of the school year and the return to work, where some type of technology is always in greater demand, and the tablets are part of this universe.
The Alldocube X was revealed a few weeks ago and aroused the interest of some public, for its very interesting characteristics.
It comes equipped with a 10.5-inch Super AMOLED screen with a resolution of 2560 x 1600 pixels (2K) and its processor was designed especially for tablets, the MediaTek MT8176, with six-core CPU. It has 4 GB of RAM, 64 GB of internal storage and even supports microSD card up to 128 GB for expansion of the storage space, all in a metal structure, only 6.9 mm thick.
The Alldocube X features the AKM Hi-Fi chip, which will give you a better experience especially with the use of headphones as it lacks two loudspeakers for stereo sound reproduction.
It has a fingerprint sensor, positioned on one side, and its battery has a capacity of 8000mAh with fast charge technology from MediaTek (MTK PE+). According to the brand, this battery will allow an intensive use of 5½ hours or 8 hours of video playback. It also comes equipped with two cameras (front and back), each of 8 MP, and features the latest Android version 8.1.
It also has Wi-Fi technology 802.11ac (2.4 + 5GHz) and Bluetooth 4.2. The USB-C type can be used not only for fast charging but also for transferring data, HDMI with the appropriate adapter.
The sale of the Alldocube X will be done through the platform of crowdfunding Indiegogo and will begin on the 8th of August. Until then, you can make your pre-reservation (in the IndieGoGo campaign or the official website) and enjoy a 26% discount, which will cause the tablet to cost around $219.