Remember the first Obook 11 Pro design? Well, I sure do as it was a shameless Surface Book clone, it never made it past the prototype stage maybe due to legal reasons, but Onda now has the new Obook 11 Pro. This is thin 8.9mm all metal build 11.6″ 1080p tablet, it has the powerful fanless Core M3-7Y30 in it like the Cube Mix Plus. But unlike the Mix Plus, it’s got a full-size USB 3.0 port on the tablet. Other ports include mini HDMI out, MicroSD and USB 3.0 Type-C port for data and charging.
I turned away from reviewing Onda’s tablets in the past, but the Onda Xiaoma 41 laptop turned out to be alright and this tablet I hope is a new ODM for Onda and not like the past tablets which were so problematic. The tablet is only in gold, supports an optional dock and has wireless AC, 4GB of 1866Mhz RAM and a 64GB SSD which is upgradable. It runs Windows 10 home. I’ve just ordered it from Banggood for $335 but later found it’s only $299 with the coupon 7d62a7. It should be here in 2-3 weeks for review and in the meantime, I’ll try and get the keyboard from Aliexpress if possible.
Looks like a decent tablet, apart from the battery size of 6000mAh if that’s correct is small for a Core M3. Still good to see another Core M3-7Y30 tablet as so far we only had the Mix Plus and Teclast X5 Pro.
Onda Obook 11 Pro images: