Alldocube has added another tablet to its arsenal called the Nuvision which comes running a full Windows 10 Home operating system. Being a 2-in-1 device, it functions both as a stand-alone tablet and you can further expand its functionality by attaching an external keyboard using a 5-pin dock. The tablet offers all this at a fairly reasonable price point.
Here is everything that you need to know about the Alldocube Nuvision, including its full specifications and some possible alternatives.
2-in-1 adjustable design
IPS Full HD display
Windows 10 Home
Intel Celeron processor
Front and rear-facing cameras
Premium keyboard attachment
Alldocube Nuvision: The Basics
The Alldocube Nuvision is a handheld tablet that runs the full desktop version of Windows 10 Home and its 2-in-1 design helps in making it better at productivity. Metal has been used as a base material for the device’s back while the front is mostly covered by its display glass. Speaking of the display, you are presented with an 11.6-inch 1080p IPS touch screen that is fully laminated to avoid any glare.
Weighing 766 grams for the tablet unit alone, the Nuvision should be light enough to carry around, although it lacks 4G LTE and has a 4000mah battery, which seems small on paper. However, it does offer Bluetooth 4.0 and dual-band Wi-Fi 802.11ac for connectivity needs. In addition to this, the Alldocube tablet has a single USB Type-C port along with an audio jack and a DC charging jack. A 5-pin dock is also included for connecting its detachable keyboard.
On the inside, you will find a dual-core Intel Celeron N3350 chipset running at a base frequency of 1.1 GHz. The processor is paired with an Intel HD Graphics 500 GPU and 4GB of LPDDR3 RAM. Its internal memory is limited to 64GB (eMMC) which can be expanded by another 128GB using a microSD card. A pair of stereo speakers is included together with a 2MP front-facing and a 5MP rear-facing camera.
The 2-in-1 Factor
Alldocube Nuvision’s USP is its 2-in-1 design that allows for its use both as a laptop and a tablet. An optional keyboard attachment is available from the company which easily docks to the tablet using pogo pins. It adds a full-sized keyboard and a trackpad to the setup letting you get things done more easily.
The keyboard attachment has a unique hinge to support the tablet and you can adjust it to any angle you desire and are comfortable with. The attachment not only flaunts flexibility as a feature but also has a premium feel, thanks to its leather finish. Besides saving the keyboard from scratches, the said finish also gives your wrists a comfortable resting space.
|Operating System||Windows 10 Home|
|Display||11.6-inch IPS (1920 x 1080)|
|Processor||Dual-core Intel Celeron N3350|
|Graphics||Intel HD Graphics 500|
|Expandable||MicroSD card slot (up to 128GB)|
|Main Camera||5 Megapixels|
|Front Camera||2 Megapixels|
|Connectivity||WiFi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac and Bluetooth 4.0|
|Ports||USB Type-C, 3.5mm headphone jack, charging port|
|Security||No fingerprint scanner|
|Dimensions||289 x 180 x 8.6 mm|
Pricing & Availability
After its initial announcement back in June, the Alldocube Nuvision went on sale in China only recently. People from outside the Asian country looking to buy the 2-in-1 laptop can head to websites like Gearbest to have it delivered almost anywhere in the world. The tablet is up for grabs at 229.99 USD at the time of writing and the pricing may fluctuate over time.
Alldocube Nuvision Alternatives
The Alldocube Nuvision is a Windows tablet in the budget segment and it can be rivaled by another Chinese device—the Teclast F6 Pro, which is a bit pricier but offers some extra features. From a more mainstream brand, the Lenovo IdeaPad D330 could be a great alternative, especially for its price. Then there is the Microsoft Surface Go which is pretty much the industry standard for small Windows tablets.
In the market outside the Windows ecosystem, you have plenty of options with Android and iOS. The newest Samsung Galaxy Tab S5e supports an external keyboard using pogo pins, so does last year’s Huawei MediaPad M5 10. From Apple, the cheapest tablet supporting external keyboard using a similar docking mechanism is the iPad Air but it costs upwards of $500. Although, you can connect a Bluetooth keyboard even with the $329 Apple iPad 2018.
Alldocube NuvisionThe Alldocube Nuvision is a productivity device with support for Windows 10 Home OS allowing its use as a fully-featured laptop. The optional detachable keyboard makes it functional as a 2-in-1 laptop and, at the same time, offers the flexibility of a tablet. It comes powered by an Intel Celeron processor and has an 11.6-inch FHD display.
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