The ALLDOCUBE iWork 10 Pro is a device that soon becoming so popular in few months from now. The reason is because the company is successfully of combining of Windows 10 OS and Android OS into small and portable detachable laptop. The thing is more impressive when I see its price tag that cost you not more than 300 dollars. I think it’s no brainer to buy it as who does not want popular OS like Android and Windows into single device. The dual OS is the biggest selling point you might expect here.
I have just received the device few weeks ago and started to make my first impression about it. I hope so many nice things and some bad things to talk from it and I think it’s might be appropriated for me to make a full review for it. Here, we are going to talk about it further on this article and see how this dual OS system turns out to be. To make it easier for you to understand, let’s we jump into the article.
The Overall Design
The iWork 10 is basically a Windows 10 tablet with keyboard as its optional thing. The form factor is well made here and I think the build quality is not something bad to have here. The metal look like construction with thick bezel looks great although I find the tablet is quite heavy to hold. The 762 grams of weight is quite heavy for a tablet, but for good news here you can expect of well complete port connectivity here to depend. There is a HDMI port, single USB 3.0 port, micro USB, and micro SD slot. The port is more enough to move your data and transferring all of stuff from your smartphone.
Move to its keyboard dock, the thing is built in from entirely plastic and featured of magnetically port that could be attached into its screen. I need to give my five stars for this port as it holds the display pretty well as I tried to detach it by taking it off. The keyboard dock is not built in with extra battery sadly, but it offers you double USB 2.0 ports as return for its battery. My impression here, I think everything is well made and I heard so many nice reviews from this machine.back to menu ↑
The System Specifications
The main system is equipped with Intel Atom X5 Z8350 processor alongside with 4GB RAM, and 64GB of ROM. Do not expect of powerful performance because this is not the biggest selling point here. The X5 processor is coming from Cherry Trail lineup which is a mobile processor. Thanks to the 14 nm fabrication and low power consumption, many companies manage to put it into small tablet without any fan inside of it. The performance for the processor is dependable if you just want to edit document, browsing through the internet or streaming your movies from Netflix. I guarantee there would be no great lag or stuttering during doing these processes. I streamed 1080p videos from Netflix and it runs great especially when seeing its 1920 x 1080 IPS display.
The 4GB RAM is a great standard right now, but for me 64GB storage is small when you want so many things to put here. Luckily, the storage is expandable through micro SD slot and adding couple GB of storage is recommended here. As for the battery life, I think the battery performance is average here. I mostly got around 6 hours by streaming the 1080p videos for nonstop. The IPS display is bright and this is the reason the battery is so average here. Reducing the brightness might help the battery little bit.
|ALLDOCUBE iWork 10 Pro||Main Specs|
|CPU||Intel Atom X5 Z8350 Quad Core 1.9 GHZ|
|Graphics||Intel HD Integrated Card|
|OS||Windows 10 Home + Android 5.1|
|Memory||4GB DDR3 Memory|
Impressive For Daily Usage
I think having two different operating systems feel promising here. I manage to swap between Android and Windows without any issue here. Just boot the system and then the system will ask you what kind of OS you want to put here. The Windows 10 works wonderfully here like I am using normal laptop. The same thing goes to the Android 5.1 that runs beyond my expectation. There dozen of apps and games that wait for you to test it. The apps compatibility is great here and I see that more apps are coming as Google tried to combine their Chrome OS with Android.
The laptop is not going to be your daily choice as the keyboard and battery life is average. But, it works great as travel companion and portable system for kids. It promises you portability from Android and usability from Windows 10. Finding the similar device with similar price is hard here.back to menu ↑
The iWork 10 is worth option for people demand for secondary device for their travel or multimedia purposes. The portability, 1080p display, dual OS are things that might interest you to take look into it. I specifically use it as my travel device and I never have any problem on using it for a while now. You might have different opinion about it, so feel free to take any consideration. At last, thank you for reading the article and please leave any comment for further assistance.