Vido’s newest Tablet is a good looking Yoga Style Ultrabook and offers amazing features of a 2 in one versatile laptop.
|Specs||Vido W11 Pro 3
|CPU||Intel Atom Cherry Trail X5-8300 1.44-1.84GHz Quad Core (14 nm)
GPU: Intel HD Gen 8 12EU @ 500MHz
|Memory||RAM: 4 GB LPDDR3
ROM: 64 GB eMMC
TF-Card up to maximum 128 GB
|OS||Windows 10 Home Edition
|Display||11.6 inch, IPS, 16:9 ratio
1920 x 1080 pixels, 178 Degree Angle
WiFi 802.11 b/g/n, WiFi 2.4GHz, WiDi (Wireless Display)
|Features||360 Degree Rotatable Transformer Type
1. Laptop Mode
2. Tent Mode
3. Stand Mode
4. Tablet Mode
|Audio||Dual AAC Sound Chamber
|Interface||2x USB 3.0
1x USB 2.0
1x MiniHDMI 1.4A (1080p output)
1x 3.5mm Headphone Jack
1x DC Power Port
|Dimensions ||304 x 208 x 19.2 mm
Weight: 1.5 kg
|Battery||3.7V 9000mAh (rated up to 8 hours)
Vido’s newest Tablet is an Ultrabook, specifically a Yoga Style Ultrabook with a 360 degree Rota-table Screen. At its core, is a modest Intel Atom Cherry Trail X5-8300 Quad Core processor with 4 GB RAM and 64 GB eMMC Storage, which isn’t really a beast but good enough for light to moderate tasks. The tablet also comes with Windows 10 Home Edition out of the box.
The device is also equipped with a 11.6 inch display with a 1080p or FHD resolution. Although there is no mention of Wacom Stylus support. It also comes with USB 3.0 and USB 2.0 standard sizes for connectivity. Also available is Mini HDMI 1.4a Port for up to 108p output via external monitor.
The Vido W11 Pro 3 has a decent size 9000mAh battery, which is rated up to 8 to 9 hours of typical usage. The tablet also supports 4 modes, namely as a tablet, laptop, stand or tent mode.
Transformer Yoga Style Ultrabook
Availability, as of now the tablet is still on presale mode and is expected to be available this coming January 30, 2016. In terms of pricing, it is a bit pricy compared to the competition it is in, the price is close to the Teclast X2 Pro, which is undeniably much more powerful and offers more features, also if you want Wacom Stylus support and pure power, then the Cube i7 Stylus is also a great choice. But Vido has assured of better quality materials and construction, which is probably the reason why it costs a bit much. The tablet would have been better if Intel Core M was fitted.
Highlights of Vido W11 Pro 3:
- Yoga Style Ultrabook (360 degree rotation)
- Powered by Intel Atom Cherry Trail X5 Processor
- 11.6 inch, IPS, FHD or 1080p Display
- 4 GB RAM and 64 GB eMMC Storage
- Supports MicroSD expandable storage
- Supports Wireless Display, Mini HDMI Out (1080p video out)
- 9000mAh battery
- no mention of Stylus or Wacom Support
- Front side camera only