Allview is adding to the growing niche of convertible devices that can switch from tablet to notebook mode. Its new product offering, called the AllDro 3 Speed T combines the two gadgets for budget-conscious consumers. Its selling price will only be around 300 Euro.
The device may be viewed as a cheaper alternative to the popular Asus Eee Pad Slider, which the device somewhat resembles. Unlike the Asus Eee Pad Slider, however, users can detach the tablet from the keyboard to which it connects by means of a dock. This was one of the cons of the Asus device, which was released back in 2011.
This device from the Romania-based firm, features an IPS capacitive multitouch HD display with a measurement of 9.7 inches diagonally and an aspect ratio of 4:3. This screen has a pixel display resolution of 1024 x 768. Inside, it runs on a single core processor running at 1.2 GHz, a full gigabyte of RAM, and a Mali 400 MP graphics processor. Its storage capacity, meanwhile is 16 GB, but users can still choose to expand this for using a built-in micro SD card slot. Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich is the operating system of choice for this device.
Cameras, which are now a standard in tablets, are moreover present on this device. The one at the rear offers images with 2 megapixels, while the one at the front offers 0.3 megapixel.
Allview furthermore provides WiFi b/g/n connectivity as well as 3G, the latter through a USB modem. There is likewise a headphones jack and a mini USB port for connecting the hybrid device to other peripherals. Flash and HTML 5 are both supported.
The AllDro 3 Speed T is powered by an 8000 mAh power source as well as a 1.600 mAh battery. To sweeten the deal, Allview is throwing in Bitdefender Mobile Security for free in the package.
The device has a measurement of 9.8mm. Meanwhile, the keyboard is 10.5 mm thick.
Currently, the Allview AllDro 3 Speed T is exclusively available in Eastern Europe.