The Onda V820W is a sub$100 Dual OS tablet that offers great midrange performance and a one click Easy OS Switching mode. Inside is an 64 bit Atom BayTrail processor with 2 GB RAM and 32 GB built in, which are great specs especially at this price range.
The tablet also packs a 8.0 inch IPS display with 720p HD resolution. At the rear is a 2.0 megapixel HD camera capable of recording High Quality videos. Furthermore, the tablet is enclosed by a plastic shell, which is quite expected for a tablet at this price range. But the material offers great grip and easy handling.
All rounder connectivity but sadly no built in 3G or LTE Support. But the tablet readily supports external 3G or 4G Dongle. The OTG Support also supports other peripherals such as mouse and keyboards. Furthermore, the V820w also packs mini HDMI out put up to 1080p video.
Powering the tablet is a respectable 4200mAh battery which is estimated to give around 4 hours of normal usage time.
Overall, continuing the niche of affordable tablets, the Onda V820W offer such value. The tablet is one of the cheapest tablet yet to offer such midrange specs. Despite the lack of 3G connectivity, it more than makes up for the other great features cramped inside this machine. Although it’s a bit thicker compared to other tablets in its category. 9mm is indeed thick, but at this price range, all is forgiven. Highlights of the Onda V820W
Sub$100 Dual OS Tablet
Easy One Click Switching
Powered by 64 bit Intel Atom Z3735 Processor
Equipped with 2 GB RAM and 32 GB Storage (expandable)