ONDA oBook 20 Plus Android 5.1 / Windows 10 Tablet RAM 4GB ROM 64GB 10.1 Inch 1920*1200 Z8300 - £137.10 @ Lightinthebox - HotUKDeals
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ONDA oBook 20 Plus Android 5.1 / Windows 10 Tablet RAM 4GB ROM 64GB 10.1 Inch 1920*1200 Z8300 - £137.10 @ Lightinthebox

£137.10 @ LightInTheBox
Price seems to include a fairly quick delivery and they accept Paypal too. Key Features Specification Brand ONDA Model oBook 20 Plus OS Windows 10, Android 5.1 Screen Size 10.1 Inch Screen … Read More
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Price seems to include a fairly quick delivery and they accept Paypal too.

Key Features

Specification
Brand ONDA
Model oBook 20 Plus
OS Windows 10, Android 5.1
Screen Size 10.1 Inch
Screen Resolution 1920*1200
Screen Type TFT
CPU Cores Quad Core
RAM 4GB
ROM 64GB
Support Extend Card 128GB
Front Camera 2 MP
Ports 3.5mm Earphone Jack, TF Card slot, SIM Card Slot, USB
Audio Built-in microphone
Bluetooth 4.0
Location GPS
Battery Capacity 6000
Battery Life(H) 40
Charging Time(H) 2
Packing List 1× Tablet / Laptop
Specification
Languages Polish, English, Greek, Chinese, Japanese, Russian, Bulgarian, Spanish, Vietnamese, German, Turkish, French
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#1
These are getting very tempting now, price drops a little more & I'm in
1 Like #2
Does this come with keyboard?
#3
ssjinzo
Does this come with keyboard?

Doesn't look like if from replies to questions.
#4
Apparently not if you read down the questions on the page.
#5
is this better than a linx10?
1 Like #6
JJHUKD
is this better than a linx10?

This has twice the RAM and storage of the Linx 10, is the newer Cherry Trail Atom processor and dual boot OS options.
#7
hot?
#9

Does that include the faster shipping method?
#10
Keyboard is £45
#11
it's a z8300 chip, slightly better gaming performance than the venerable z3735 but very little real difference, though power demands should be lower and 4gb ram is very good for this price - my linx8 always struggled with the slightest multitasking.

anyone got info on how the storage is split ? i'd guess 30gb to each OS but again my linx8 ended up with storage problems in win10 while updating even with a big SD card in
2 Likes #12
format
it's a z8300 chip, slightly better gaming performance than the venerable z3735 but very little real difference, though power demands should be lower and 4gb ram is very good for this price - my linx8 always struggled with the slightest multitasking.
anyone got info on how the storage is split ? i'd guess 30gb to each OS but again my linx8 ended up with storage problems in win10 while updating even with a big SD card in

The Z8300 is also capable of HEVC video playback that the Z273x series can't handle.
#13
Can't decide between this and http://www.dealsmachine.com/best_332122.html. Opinion please?
#14
can anyone link.to the appropriate keyboard please?
#15
littletime
Can't decide between this and http://www.dealsmachine.com/best_332122.html. Opinion please?


your link says sorry not.found
#16
so this include both windows and android?
#17
kingp1n
so this include both windows and android?
Dual boot, so yes
#18
I'd be tempted with an extra £20 spend to get the Chewi Hi Book Pro. http://deals.banggood.com/deals/edm/topic/HiBookpro0818.html?bid=25495&utmid=963?rmmds=category-top-sbanner

Sounds like a nicer screen on paper.





Edited By: kingchris on Nov 05, 2016 08:04
#19
kingchris
I'd be tempted with an extra £20 spend to get the Chewi Hi Book Pro. http://deals.banggood.com/deals/edm/topic/HiBookpro0818.html?bid=25495&utmid=963?rmmds=category-top-sbanner
Sounds like a nicer screen on paper.

You'll have noticed the 13% off code on that too?

3c0272


Edited By: DarrylJohn on Nov 05, 2016 08:32
#20
DarrylJohn
kingchris
I'd be tempted with an extra £20 spend to get the Chewi Hi Book Pro. http://deals.banggood.com/deals/edm/topic/HiBookpro0818.html?bid=25495&utmid=963?rmmds=category-top-sbanner
Sounds like a nicer screen on paper.
You'll have noticed the 13% off code on that too?
3c0272

As this would be shipped from Hong Kong would there not be the possibility of customs & VAT charges?
#21
Chris52
DarrylJohn
kingchris
I'd be tempted with an extra £20 spend to get the Chewi Hi Book Pro. http://deals.banggood.com/deals/edm/topic/HiBookpro0818.html?bid=25495&utmid=963?rmmds=category-top-sbanner
Sounds like a nicer screen on paper.
You'll have noticed the 13% off code on that too?
3c0272
As this would be shipped from Hong Kong would there not be the possibility of customs & VAT charges?

It's possible yeah, unfortunately! It depends what they declare any value to be and whether it's checked. As this is took out of the box, I'd say less chance than the original box version.

Edited By: DarrylJohn on Nov 05, 2016 08:40
#22
http://www.hotukdeals.com/visit?m=5&q=2536980 much better deal in my opinion, yes lower resolution but an actual warranty, better processor and comes with keyboard... No brainer especially when you read onda reviews online
#23
antonywhite37
http://www.hotukdeals.com/visit?m=5&q=2536980 much better deal in my opinion, yes lower resolution but an actual warranty, better processor and comes with keyboard... No brainer especially when you read onda reviews online

I agree really. Shame no 4GB RAM.

Asides from the Surface 3, and the new Yoga Book it's a hard to find atom tablets with 4gb.

I think you can get the Asus t100ha with 4gb but not in the UK.

Edited By: kingchris on Nov 05, 2016 08:56
1 Like #24
http://www.argos.co.uk/product/5496774 if want 64gb 4gb ram and still same price if factor keyboard dock
#25
antonywhite37
http://www.argos.co.uk/product/5496774 if want 64gb 4gb ram and still same price if factor keyboard dock

Thanks. Was not aware of that one. Not sure I can get past the low res screen. (After being spoilt with other devices)
#26
antonywhite37
http://www.hotukdeals.com/visit?m=5&q=2536980 much better deal in my opinion, yes lower resolution but an actual warranty, better processor and comes with keyboard... No brainer especially when you read onda reviews online

I've a first gen Linx 10, which has been bricked by a windows update which did a firmware update (google it), you get no support from either Microsoft or the owners of linx.
#27
matlock67
antonywhite37
http://www.hotukdeals.com/visit?m=5&q=2536980 much better deal in my opinion, yes lower resolution but an actual warranty, better processor and comes with keyboard... No brainer especially when you read onda reviews online
I've a first gen Linx 10, which has been bricked by a windows update which did a firmware update (google it), you get no support from either Microsoft or the owners of linx.
cant find anything recent.
#28
matlock67
antonywhite37
http://www.hotukdeals.com/visit?m=5&q=2536980 much better deal in my opinion, yes lower resolution but an actual warranty, better processor and comes with keyboard... No brainer especially when you read onda reviews online
I've a first gen Linx 10, which has been bricked by a windows update which did a firmware update (google it), you get no support from either Microsoft or the owners of linx.

Is that the same thing that happened to the Chuwi Hi10 tablet? There was a device driver automatic update that bricked a load of the chuwi tablets, I have one luckily I wasn't using it when they issued the update, they pulled it not long afterwards but some peoples got bricked tablets.
#29
I can see this working as a Windows Tablet, but aren't there issues with Android and Atom chips, or has that been resolved?

http://www.asus.com/zentalk/thread-66826-1-1.html
#30
matlock67
antonywhite37
http://www.hotukdeals.com/visit?m=5&q=2536980 much better deal in my opinion, yes lower resolution but an actual warranty, better processor and comes with keyboard... No brainer especially when you read onda reviews online
I've a first gen Linx 10, which has been bricked by a windows update which did a firmware update (google it), you get no support from either Microsoft or the owners of linx.
The exact same thing happened to my linx 8 tablet and nothing that I have tried worked to get it to boot again. Ended up in the bin.
#31
Any chance this getting Marshmallow update?
#32
antonywhite37
http://www.argos.co.uk/product/5496774 if want 64gb 4gb ram and still same price if factor keyboard dock

But does it stream xbox via AC wifi without issues?
1 Like #33
Aiadi
matlock67
antonywhite37
http://www.hotukdeals.com/visit?m=5&q=2536980 much better deal in my opinion, yes lower resolution but an actual warranty, better processor and comes with keyboard... No brainer especially when you read onda reviews online
I've a first gen Linx 10, which has been bricked by a windows update which did a firmware update (google it), you get no support from either Microsoft or the owners of linx.
The exact same thing happened to my linx 8
tablet and nothing that I have tried worked to get it to boot again. Ended up in the bin.

It can be fixed by reflashing the eeprom, details on the linxtablet forums, you will need a raspberry pi or a programmer, I cracked the screen on mine by opening it up incorrectly.
I bought a iPad mini 2 from Asda to replace it.
#34
elrasho
Any chance this getting Marshmallow update?

Remix 2.0 works on this which is marshmallow based :)
#35
Getting £148.75 at checkout after deselecting two Insurances & choosing cheaper shipping
#36
Price doesn't actually seem to include shipping unfortunately. When I attempt to checkout, it says:

Express Expedited - 4/5 Business days - £18.30
Postal Expedited - 6/10 Business days - £11.65

They also have an option to add tax and duty insurance for a tenner.

Much better at Gearbest in my opinion where you still obviously risk to pay tax and duty, but at least it is cheaper: http://www.gearbest.com/tablet-pcs/pp_493892.html?wid=21

I bought it together with the keyboard and expedited DHL 3-7 day delivery and insurance for a total of £166.

Edited By: ualla on Nov 05, 2016 18:33: New info
#37
what is the safest payment option to go for when importing from china?
#38
On gearbest.com is cheaper, just 125 GBP !!!
#39
doggboy10
what is the safest payment option to go for when importing from china?

PayPal, standard!, lol. :-)
#40
ualla
Price doesn't actually seem to include shipping unfortunately. When I attempt to checkout, it says:

Express Expedited - 4/5 Business days - £18.30
Postal Expedited - 6/10 Business days - £11.65

They also have an option to add tax and duty insurance for a tenner.

Much better at Gearbest in my opinion where you still obviously risk to pay tax and duty, but at least it is cheaper: http://www.gearbest.com/tablet-pcs/pp_493892.html?wid=21

I bought it together with the keyboard and expedited DHL 3-7 day delivery and insurance for a total of £166.

I hear that, but only for the next 2 days it's cheaper though?, lol. :-)

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