On the one year anniversary of the Alldocube Knote 5 tablet, the company has come up with a successor called Alldocube Knote 5 Pro:
The overall specs are pretty much the same, as this is an 11.6-inch Windows 10 tablet that’s intended to be cheap yet offer the capacity to be productive and act as a mini-laptop.
The main specs we are dealing with here are an 11.6-nci screen with a Full HD resolution display at 1920 x 1080, with the power now coming from a quad-core Intel “Gemini Lake” N4000 processor, together with 6GB DDR4 RAM, and 128GB storage.
In terms of design it’s a little reminiscent of the original first two Huawei Matebook tablets.
The battery life on the predecessor was estimated to 8 hours, with an increase to 10 hours on this new model, even though the battery capacity is just 4000 mAh. So that’s something that needs to be looked into before buying it. It has USB PD 2.0 Quick Charge though.
The rest of the specs are pretty basic, with Wi-Fi 5, Bluetooth 4.0, a 2MP front camera which is no match for the high quality cameras of the Surface Go 2 obviously, and then a USB C port, and a regular headphone jack.
The keyboard and cover is optional and you can of course use things like USB keyboards instead too.
Just the tablet by itself is 8.6mm thick, with a weight of 750 grams.
Its closest rival among 11.6-inch Windows tablets in 2020 is the Chuwi UBook.
– Jim Miller