ALLDOCUBE iWork 3X 2-in-1 tablet review: a Surface Pro 4 look alike, for much less
By GB Blog Official 2018-09-18 2769 2
ALLDOCUBE iWork 3X: specs
First, let's take a quick look at the key specs of ALLDOCUBE iWork 3X side by side.
ALLDOCUBE iWork 3X 2 in 1 tablet PC
12.3 inch, 1920 x 1280 screen resolution
Intel HD Graphic
Apollo lake N3450 quad core 2.2GHz
6GB RAM+128GB ROM
Memory card slot
MicroSD, microSDHC, microSDXC
5.0MP back camera+2.0MP front camera
Support up to 128GB ( not included ) expansion
USB host (USB 3.0), type-c, 3.5mm headphone jack, DC jack
Dual wifi 2.4GHz/5.0GHz
28.90 x 18.00 x 0.96 cm / 11.38 x 7.09 x 0.38 inches
ALLDOCUBE iWork 3X 2 in 1 Tablet PC - SILVER WITHOUT KEYBOARD
ALLDOCUBE iWork 3X: it can be anything thanks to the 360 hinge
The first thing of about the iWork 3X is its versatile design. The hybrid tablet sports a 360-hinge that lets it be practically anything. Working on a serious project? No worries, simply add a keyboard and settle in for a comfortable working session. Watching a movie? The iWork 3X comes with a handy tent stand that turns it into a mini-TV making it easy to enjoy your favourite media anywhere you are. And that brings up to our final point — just like a tablet should be, the iWork 3X is the perfect tool for working or having fun on-the-go.
Measuring just 11.38 x 7.09 x 0.38 inches and weighing merely 750 grams, the 3X easily hosts 12.3 inch touch screen. The tablet's body is made with aerospace grade magnesium alloy, which not only gives it a premium look and feel but also efficiently protects it against scratches and other forms of unintentional damage.
ALLDOCUBE iWork 3X: a media power house
The tablet hosts a 12.3 inch 2K screen and uses Samsung IGZO technology to deliver an even clearer and more color-rich picture compared to what similar devices have to offer. Plus, the wide screen ratio of 3:2 makes it even more convenient to browse the web, watch videos, work with presentations, etc.
Then, you get plenty of storage to keep your media right on the tablet: 128GB with the option to expand that further on an SD card. There is also 6GB of RAM onboard for efficient multitasking.
The iWork 3X runs on the Intel Apollo Lake N3450 Quad Core processor speeding up to 2.2GHz. Thanks to the use of the 14nm processing technology, you get a more powerful performance in a successful tandem with low power consumption.
Love gaming? The iWork 3X is perfectly equipped for that as well. The 9th generation HD Graphics support the frequency of up to 700Mhz. Plus, it also supports Directx12 3D rendering, which is capable of decoding 4K video and will let you play PC-grade games like the League of Legends and DOTA within its compact frame.
With so much power on board, a strong battery would be in order. Luckily, this is exactly the case with the iWork 3X. The tablet comes with a large capacity 38Wh — and this translates into more than 8 hours of continuous media-charged usage time. And there's more — the 3X supports PD 2.0 fast charging, which lets the tablet get from 0% to a full charge much quicker.
The iWork 3X follows in the footsteps of the Surface Pro 4 in more than just design — it also runs on the Windows 10 operating system, making it a device highly suitable for a wide range of work projects — so, feel free to run all the .exe applications you want.
Last but not least, there are two cams on the tablet: a 5.0MP rear-facing camera and 2.0MP front camera for capturing quick moments or chatting with friends and family.
ALLDOCUBE iWork 3X or the Surface Pro 4?
The ALLDOCUBE iWork 3x does not pretend to be something it's not. And what it is — is the closest you can get to the Surface Pro 4 for just a fraction of the price. While the Surface Pro 4 comes at a price of $1,599, the iWork 3X can be yours for just $279.99.
With that, you get the similar versatile design letting the 3X be a laptop and a tablet all in one. Then, you have a decent set of features: a powerful processor, a 12.3 inch 2K screen, 6GB of RAM, a large capacity battery and, of course, the Windows 10 operating system.
Thus, if you are not on the market for one of the most expensive tablets out there just yet, the iWork 3X is a good entry level option to test the waters.
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