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iPlay 60 Pad Pro: New Android tablet doubles as notebook replacement

iPlay 60 Pad Pro: Android tablet with keyboard.
iPlay 60 Pad Pro: Android tablet with keyboard.
Alldocube has a new tablet on offer that can be used for both productive and entertainment purposes. The name seems a little strange, but the price is likely to be relatively low.

Alldocube now offers an almost unmanageable portfolio of tablets and has just teased a new model, the iPlay 60 Pad Pro. This is not to be confused with the iPlay 60 Pro or the iPlay 60. The tablets do not differ in their basic design, but the new iPlay 60 Pad Pro is larger. This model has a 12.1-inch screen with a resolution of 2560 x 1600. Of course, the larger screen diagonal also results in a larger work surface and Alldocube intends to position the iPlay 60 Pad Pro as a system for productivity purposes.

The screen offers a refresh rate of 90 Hz and therefore a slightly faster display than typical 60 Hz panels, although these are often only found on entry-level devices. The iPlay 60 Pad Pro can also be used as a replacement for a notebook, for which a magnetic keyboard with touchpad is available. Thanks to various adjustments to the user interface, it should be similar to Windows, making it easy for Android users.

A battery with a capacity of 10,000 mAh is installed, which can be charged with up to 33 watts. According to a media report, the well-known but not so powerful MediaTek Helio G99 is installed as the SoC. The RAM is said to have a capacity of up to 12 GB, while the internal storage measures a reasonable 256 GB. Connection to mobile networks is possible.

It is not yet clear when and at what price the new tablet will be launched onto the market.


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Silvio Werner, 2024-04-22 (Update: 2024-04-22)