Alldocube CPad Unveiled – An Alldocube iPlay 50 (2023) Version With Additional UI

Alldocube has unveiled a tablet they call Alldocube CPad. Underneath it has the same underpinnings as the upgraded new Alldocube iPlay 50 (2023), but the UI is different.

The regular Alldocube iPlay 50 (2023) features Android 13, and so does the CPad, but the CPad also features the Alldocube OS user interface on top of that.

This Alldocube OS UI is made with both juniors and seniors in mind, as it has two subsystems. There's pedagogic material for young learners from the early ages all the way up to high school, and a new level of parental control.

Alldocube CPad includes different choices of icons

But it also has a certain level of integration with elderly care apps and technology, and things like four sets of icon styles to chose between that can make the icons more easy to see or engage with, or just simply better looking.

What we are seeing from the likes of Chuwi, Teclast, and Alldocube more and more often is that these Chinese tablet brands have become so big now, that it makes sense for them to have their own user interfaces and offer more than just hardware. Which bodes well for the future of these tablet brands.

– Tom Bowen