After a long wait, the cinese Jingling Tech startup announced the start of pre-orders, with the first shipments scheduled between September and October this year, of JingPad A1 tablet which, already distributed in some pre-production copies to various Youtubers, stands out for running a customized version of Linux capable of emulating Android applications as well.
Technically, the JingPad A1 tablet (243.5 x 178 x 6.7mm, for 490 grams) has a 11-inch AMOLED screen, resolved to 2,368 × 1,729 pixels, that is, in 2K, with 226 pixels per inch, very bright (430 nits), crafted according to an unusual look useful for placing windows side by side (4: 3), especially when doing a desktop mode as DeX, brought as a dowry by JingOS operating system, equipped with its own launcher (also designed to compress and decompress files), video player, explorer, audio recorder, based on Linux Ubuntu (thus capable of managing software like LibreOffice, WPS Office, Chrome / Opera / Firefox, GIMP, LibreCAD, Kodi, Telegram, Blender, Audacity, etc.), with the benefit ofWayDroid emulator that allows you run android apps (also games, like Fruit Ninja) through your own Shop (Although, at the moment, the version shown in the preview does not allow applications to connect to the Internet and carry notifications on the host system).
Going back to the hardware, the JingPad A1 tablet has a selfiecamera gives 8 megapixels while, in the back, there is a 16 megapixel main camera: next to the door microUSB type C (with U-Disk and OTG) are present, as for the audio, due stereo speaker.
Leading the next JingPad A1 tablet is, along with 8 GB RAM (LPDDR4) ed a 256 GB storage (UMCP) expandable (+ 512GB via micro SD) the processor eight cores (2.0 GHz) Unisoc Tiger T7510In fact, it is already seen on board the Hisense F50 5G smartphone although, in this case, the need to contain costs has deprived it of the modem for 5G and LTE. Accompanied by one fingerprint scanner, and with different connectivity (including Bluetooth 5.0 and dual-band Wi-Fi), the JingPAd A1 tablet mounts a 8,000 mAh battery what, uploaded to 18W, ensures between 8 and 10 hours of autonomy.
To get the new 2-in-1 tablet from Chinese technology Jingling, early risers (who will benefit from a 20% discount on list prices) will spend $ 549 for the JingPad A1 Wi-Fi along with a stylus, $ 699 for the kit that includes the tablet, stylus and keyboard cover (also equipped with touchpad and stand), or $ 149 for the cover of the keyboard only.
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