0 comments / Posted by Carlos Castaneda
|Operating System||Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean)|
|Dimension (in)||7.5 x .39 x 9.5|
|Resolution (px)||1024 x 768|
|Touchscreen||HD LCD Capacitive|
Bluetooth v4.0; Wi-Fi connectivity; Optional 3G prin modem; Front- and rear-camera; mini HDMI; Micro USB; MicroSD
|Battery Life||5 hrs|
Among the latest Allview tablets advertised includes the AllDro 3 Speed Duo HD, a 9.7-inch tablet with a very good price for what it offers. I say this from the start, to leave no room for interpretation in the following. Confusion may arise from the fact that Allview offers the Alldro 3 Speed DUO tablet, a tablet with very similar specs but a slightly higher price.
The original version has LCD HD IPS display, weighs 608 grams, video Mali TM 400 dual core Cortex A9 processor - 1.5 GHz Dual Core, 16 GB Flash, 1 GB DDR3, 3G, WiFi, Bluetooth and has running time is 6 hours. Alldro 3 Speed Duo HD has an HD LCD display (where is the IPS?), Weighs 30 grams less, has the same processor and Mali 400 graphics card MP2 (possibly one core), but instead the 3G is not embedded, has Bluetooth and the operating time is less than 5 hours. The rest is the same.
The screen itself is an IPS-LCD HD resolution 1024 x 768 pixels which initially I thought poorly of these specifications. After I started the tablet for the first time, I changed my mind. It's extremely bright with decent enough colors and sharpness. For the price of the tablet it is more than satisfactory, however do not expect a spotless screen as in the Nexus 7, for example.
Allview Alldro 3 Speed DUO offers enough options for web browsing, gaming and multimedia content consumption, but these activities are carried out optimally home or office, for those since the Allview tablet lacks a 3G modem.
Alldro 3 Speed DUO HD is not a bad tablet. It is a budget tablet. It does the job well and helps in daily tasks, although the display quality is not "glowing".