The Onda V10 Pro is one of the first to offer Dual Boot OS with Phoenix OS and Android 6.0. It allows you to use your tablet as a desktop.
The Onda Obook 10 Pro comes with the fastest Intel Atom X7 Chipset with a Yoga Style Design but detachable keyboard.
Onda releases their latest 2 in 1 Convertible Ultrabook that offers a Slim and Ultra light build and a modest specs to boot.
The Onda V80 Plus is a Sub$100 Cherry Trail Tablet that offers Dual OS, 1200p Display and 4200mAh battery.
Budget priced Intel SoFIA based tablet that also offers 3G capabilities on an iPad Air reference design.
Onda’s new 12.2 inch Convertible Ultrabook offers similar specs to the Surface Pro but also offers a 360 Degree Yoga Style Hinge and a borrowed Macbook Air likeness.
The Onda V820W CH is basically a reboot, but it still makes it one of the most affordable Cherry Trail Powered Tablet available.
Onda shelves out their latest Reboot of the V919 series, and now comes with a CH moniker, which basically means Cherry Trail. The Tablet still bares the same features of the old V919 but is noticeable faster than the older versions.
Onda’s newest Ultrabook is a variant of the oBook 11 and comes with detachable keyboards, multirotational shaft with design reminiscent of the Macbook Air.
The successor to the Onda M2 Mini, the M3 Mini gets a slight boost in the hardware department whilst maintaining a clear reference design to the Apple Mini.
The Onda V989 Air, with a design similar to the iPad Air. Is the latest tablet to feature the new Allwinner A80T Octa Core Processor and boasts impressive gaming capability