If you’re looking for a nice tablet that supports attachment of the physical keyboard and it’s not necessarily capable of sophisticated stuff, we have a nice proposal for you. You won’t be playing the latest Sniper Elite on it or do some advanced video editing, but you’ll be able to run simple but useful tasks like composing emails, watching some movies, creating documents, and so on.
We’re talking about the PINE64 PineTab, a nice-looking 2-in-1 tablet that’s available for grab by the end of the next week through the PINE64 website. It costs only $119.99 or $99.99 without the physical keyboard attached to it.
There’s a 10-inch capacitive LCD with a resolution of 1,280 x 720 pixels, and it will be showcasing images taken with either one of the two cameras mounted on the device. Their capabilities are not much, though, but enough to do some decent work while taking simple photos or during video calls – there’s a 5 MP rear-facing sensor and a front-facing one of only 2MP.
The PineTab is equipped with 2 GB of RAM and 64 GB of storage. If you need more space, you can simply add a microSD card anytime you wish. As for the processor, the tablet is equipped with an Allwinner 64, and the battery packs 6,000 mAh.
There are plenty of ports that the device is having, and they are the following: USB 2.0 Type-A host, micro USB 2.0 OTG, microHDMI (4K/30 FPS), LoRA module add-on, and RTL-SDR module add-on.
PINE64 also shows us within its YouTube account how the PineTab works, and it’s a real pleasure to admire it. The touchscreen works smooth, and the commands are responding very well as you can see for yourself:
If you’re among those willing to get the PineTab detachable 2-in-1 tablet for $119.99 or $99.99, you should hurry up because the number of units available for these low prices is limited.