With an ultra high-definition IPS display manufactured by Sharp, the Binai i99UHD tablet stands out from this year’s batch of “noname” productions. By displaying in 10.8″, which is not a very common diagonal, and with a 2560 x 1600 pixel screen, the tablet will display a very classic Android 8.1. The slab is announced as having a colorimetry certified 105% NTSC and 100% DCI-P3. A big strong point for this tablet which will be interesting for a use of consultation of photos or movies.
On board is a Helio X27 SoC, a chip developing 10 ARM cores imagined by Mediatek. It offers 2 Cortex-A72 cores clocked at 2.76 GHz for the most demanding tasks, 4 Cortex-A53 cores at 2 GHz and 4 others still in Cortex-A53 but at 1.6 GHz for the lightest tasks. Associated with this base, there is an ARM Mali T880 MP4 circuit for the graphics part. The RAM goes up to 6 GB and the storage goes up to 128 GB base. The tablet also offers a MicroSDXC card reader capable of carrying 256 GB models. Capacities that “stick” to a multimedia use.
Another strong point of this model is the presence of a magnetic keyboard delivered by default that will protect the screen during your walks and will improve the use of the solution by allowing faster text entry and by positioning the tablet on a stand. The keyboard remains in QWERTY and communicates with the Binai i99UHD via Bluetooth.
Other key points, the presence of a Wifi5 and Bluetooth 5.0 but also a 4G model integrated to the SoC Mediatek. The tablet will therefore be able to embark a SIM card to allow dialogue far from any Wifi access. An interesting solution by combining it with its GPS to become a guidance solution for example. Connectivity is limited with a conventional 3.5 mm stereo audio jack and a USB Type-C port to recharge the 8000 mAh onboard battery.
Two cameras are available: An 8MP front camera for video calls and a 13MP back camera with a flash and autofocus LED for outdoor filming or capturing documents.
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