Odys WinPad V10 is quite convincing in the first test – GIGA

Odys WinPad V10 can convince in the first test well

With the Odys WinPad V10 is currently a 10.1-inch Windows 8.1 tablet with a real keyboard dock on offer. So it is good that the guys from Notebookcheck published to an initial test and you then get a good idea of ​​what awaits one with the device. In fact, the device under test seems pretty good cut when you consider that it costs only 249 € in the EIA. Currently it is offered at a price of 199 € (link to the offer) even cheaper and thus stands even more attractive. The test reveals the strengths and weaknesses that must be where ever the reasonable price to keep in mind.

Odys WinPad V10 in the first test

there was really a lot of information about the Odys WinPad V10 not yet. The 10.1-inch Windows 8.1 tablet was introduced as something upgraded version of the X10 Windesk weeks ago. So there are for example here just 2 GB of RAM, which certainly benefits the performance, as well as the Tablet Test occupied. All normal activities such as of course, Office, Internet, viewing pictures, or listening to music works without problems. In games it looks there already different. Casual games from the Windows Store, which are graphically not a big challenge, even run. Genuine not PC games or only when the lowest settings. Because you should not make any great hopes. Nevertheless, the Intel Bay Trail Z3735F quad-core processor is reliable and also provides for a relatively long period of over 6 hours &# 8211; So as much as Odys also indicates. From 32 GB of internal memory 14 GB left over for the user. The read and write values ​​are not so bad for eMMC memory with approximately 166 and 68 MB / s. The memory can be increase by microSD card.

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The 10.1-inch IPS display provides a good representation and is also bright. For outdoor use but one would wish for a bit more brightness to counteract the reflections. The connections are all located on the tablet. So there is a connection for the power adapter, a micro USB 2.0 port and a micro-HDMI port. Odys lodged with also an adapter that generates a normal USB port. Nevertheless, full size, a normal USB port would be more comfortable. The adapter has certainly not always there. Overall, the tablet with 680 grams falls out quite heavy.

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included with the Odys WinPad V10 also a Keyboard Dock. The keys make a good impression and have a good pressure point. Because of the size of the tablet of only 10.1 inches, the keyboard falls naturally still relatively small and compact. Is held the tablet with magnets at the dock, there is no fixed connection. Nevertheless, the design looks so much more stable than the keyboard covers the competition. To prevent it from tipping when you plug in the tablet, the Dock brings only 640 grams on the scale. Thus, the entire device is relatively heavy 1.34 kg. A second battery in the dock is not obstructed.

Anyone interested in the Odys WinPad V10, should read the test of Notebookcheck alone. The 10.1-inch Windows 8.1 tablet is quite successful for the price. Since it is currently offered also reduced by 4 January 2015 should consider a purchase. In the price range it seems at least not to be the worst choice.

What do you say to Odys WinPad V10?

Thanks Werner

14.11.2017

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