Onda’s newest budget tablet is a 2 in 1 convertible Ultrabook, which basing from the promotional listing, is Ultrathin and Light. The 10.1 inch Tablet weigh just 560g and 8.0 thickness, with a 3.5mm thickness at the thinnest part (it is tapered).
Also worth mentioning, Onda has redesigned the WiFi Antenna and claiming that overall reception and signal strength is much better now. But I do not know if it does support Dual Band WiFi.
In terms of Performance, the Ultrabook is modest with just an Intel Atom Cherry Trail X5 Chip with 4 GB RAM and 64 GB Storage, not really new or offering much better performance than other tablets currently available at that price range. It also houses a 6000mAh battery, which I think is a bit frugal for a 10.1 inch Tablet. Maybe, there is a separate or additional batter built in on the keyboard, giving it more juice, but this is still to be determine (TBD).
At the front, it will only offer a front facing 2.0 mp camera and the screen is based on a 16:10 ratio and a resolution of 1920 x 1200 pixels.
However, I did notice that it does not say more about connectivity options, No USB Type C Support nor USB 3.0 Standard Ports. It does only include the standard MicroUSB 2.0 Port.
I guess the Onda OBook 20 Plus is aimed to be used as an Ultrabook preferably bundled with the keyboard itself. However, it does not offer anything new when it comes to specs. Maybe Onda is counting on the design as a means to give it an edge. But I do think the pricing is good, giving it a great competitive edge over other Convertible Tablets in the market.
Highlights of the Onda Obook 20 Plus:
2 in 1 Convertible Ultrabook (Keyboard docking Port)
Weight just 560g and 8.0 thickness (3.5mm on thinnest part)
Redesigned WiFi Antenna for better reception and strength
Powered by Intel Atom Cherry Trail X5 Chipset
4 GB RAM and 64 GB Storage
10.1 inch, IPS 16:10 Aspect Ratio 1200p FHD Display