Hands-On With The KNote From AllDoCube

Hands-On With The KNote From AllDoCube

This is an odd release from AllDoCube (Cube) A tablet with the name note in it, yet it doesn’t support a stylus. The screen is a fully laminated one which is great to see. Can’t get enough fully laminated displays even at 1920 x 1080 and 11.6 inches it looks great but does lack on top end brightness somewhat topping out at 270 lux (White images).

The build is slim, and as a result, it seems they could or didn’t want to add any full-sized USB 3.0 ports. They’ve gone Apple on us and used a type-C port, so yes USB type-c hubs are needed and you do at least get an adaptor in the box. The port supports HMDI out up to 4k 30Hz refresh rates and charging as well as data. Which is great.

The bios is locked out, no more than basic settings and the keyboard I’ll be checking out soon is a type cover/stand one. Also has no USB ports due to the size. The tablet has a SanDisk eMMC 5.1 128GB drive which is fast for this type of storage. 6GB of RAM also and Wireless AC. The speakers are the worse part, very low in volume and flat. Just listen to my sample in the hands-on video above.

The build is typical Cube, not bad solid and well put together. Overall I’m somewhat disappointed, this device is too late, lacking and too expensive (Currently going for $434 USD).

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1 Comment

  1. Good conclusion and analysis.
    Too late, far too expensive and a note without stylus is a crap.
    For that amount I get a used microsoft surface with keyboard and pen. A lot more value and lower costs in the next 2 years with an even better performance plus a localised or national keyboard.

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