vivo Pad Unboxing
On the evening of April 11, Vivo released its first tablet PC with 8+128GB for 2,499 RMB (200 RMB off the first sale) and 8+256GB for 2,999 RMB (100 RMB off the first sale). The touch keyboard is NT$599 and the stylus is NT$349.
The vivo Pad comes with a large 11-inch 16:10 screen with 2.5K resolution (2560x1600), supports 120Hz free refresh rate, supports HDR10, 1 billion color true color display, P3 wide color gamut, and Dolby Vision. It also has hardware-level anti-blue light level adaptive color temperature adjustment.
Its body is only 6.55mm thick and weighs only 489g, made from a single piece of aerospace aluminum alloy through 11 processes including extrusion, CNC, grinding, polishing, sandblasting, anodizing, high-gloss and laser engraving, taking into account both high strength and thin design.
The tablet is equipped with the popular Qualcomm Snapdragon 870 chip, 8GB of RAM, support for Memory Fusion 2.0, and expandable memory equivalent to 12GB. 128/256GB of onboard storage is also included.
It also has a built-in 8040mAh battery, which supports 15 hours of continuous mobile office, 11 hours of continuous online class life, and 11.5 hours of continuous online drama viewing. And it supports 44W fast flash charging.
The vivo Pad also comes with an intelligent touch keyboard and vivo stylus, with the keyboard being the largest touchpad in its price range. The keyboard itself is also a stand with a built-in pivot that hovers at will and supports stepless adjustment from 0-155°.
The vivo stylus is made of aluminum alloy body, supports magnetic absorption nano, and the flexible nib achieves true damping. Dry battery power, 2 hours a day, available for a full year.