Recently, a relatively little-known Chinese company named Onda came in with a new tablet PC sporting a 2K display. This is a good choice for gamers and people who need a PC every day and everywhere. You can dock a keyboard to the tablet and have full PC experience every time when you need it. Tablet PCs are more comfortable than notebooks and regular tablets due to their portability. As we notice, the ordinary tablets are losing their positions in the market. This is mainly related to the fact the smartphones have got larger screens and users do everything on them. But the tablet PCs are much more than smartphones. So when talking about a tablet PC like the Onda V18 Pro we should explore its key features and advantages in comparison to other products from the same niche.
The Onda V18 Pro comes with a 10.1-inch display with a resolution of 2560×1600 pixels. This screen also comes with a Blue Light function to protect eyes. This device is also packed with an Allwinner A63 quad-core chip using a Cortex A53 architecture and clocked up to 1.8GHz. It is paired with a Mali-T760mp2 GPU with an OpenGL ES3.2 2 core support, 3GB RAM and 32/64GB internal storage expandable via the microSD card slot. Moreover, it comes with a 7000mAh Li-polymer battery, 2MP front shooter, and 8MP rear camera. The latter is accompanied with a flashlight. The Onda V18 Pro runs on Android 7.1 Nougat. Its weight is 576 grams due to the metal housing.
Well, we have also learned its selling points, and we should state this is a classy mid-range tablet PC with a couple of high-end features put there to attract more customers. The Onda V18 Pro is also priced affordably. The 32GB variant costs $159.99, while the 64GB model comes at $179.99. As you can guess, the keyboard is sold separately priced at $29.99. Seems this is a good Christmas gift.