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Tablet devices first came into existence over a decade ago solely so people could work anywhere and more importantly, while on the go. The first made their maiden entrance with the PDA (Personal data assistant) and slowly, the concept developed — thanks to the ever advancement in technology, we have seeN tablet devices becoming more and more like any other computers with bigger ram capacity and faster processors.
Though tablets are still far from replacing standards PCs but the likelihood isn’t too far off in the near future as they certainly have become close companions to their bigger cousins.
Hybrid technology is one of more convenient ways to simultaneously use two operating systems on a single device. Devices that can dual-boot two different operating systems provides users with a variety of options and exciting new ways to enjoy the full functions of apps from different platforms without the need for an extra device.
Onda W820 is a tablet PC that is optimized to use both Windows 10 and Android together in one device. The slate is ramped up with additional features that can make it possible to use it as a full functioning laptop by only connecting a mouse a keyboard. The only notable downside of the device is the version of the Android pre installed — which is KitKat to be precise.
At the core of the tablet, is Intel’s Baytrail Z3735F 64-bit processor that has a Quad-core configuration with a clock speed of 1.3GHz coupled with 2GB of DDR3L memory that can handle almost any task you may throw at it.
There is a 32GB of onboard storage that can be upgraded to 128GB via microSD. The tablet houses an 8-inch WXGA IPS display with a resolution of 1280×800. There is also an HDMI output port that projects the screen of your device to a bigger monitor with other functionalities that include 802.11 ac WiFi, and Bluetooth 4.0.
The device is currently on sale for $79.37 at Everybuying, those looking to purchase it should rush now while stock last.