Nice tablet computing option for working remotely.
During my personal time, I use a MacBook Pro as my main computer. During work hours, I have to use a Windows machine. While am allowed to bring my Lenovo laptop home to work when I have to, it is a little much to lug back and forth every single night. I do my best working through Office 365 on my Mac, but there are just some things I can’t do with it. My client uses PPT a lot and as good as the Mac version has gotten, there are still a lot of compatibility issues between the two versions. One wonderful solution for me has been to use my Windows 10 tablet from Dragon Touch.
The Dragon Touch i10X 10.1 inch Windows 10 Tablet is a very sturdy, capable machine. I typically wouldn’t describe a tablet as a ‘machine’, but this is a very heart device and there is no other way to describe it. The tablet boasts an impressive 64GB of internal memory with the option to expand that using a Micro SD card. It has dual cameras (2.0MP front-facing, 5.0MP rear), but honestly, this tablet is meant as a working computer – not to use as a camera. In addition to the Micro USB charging port, the Dragon Touch i10X also has a Mini HDMI port and standard USB port for connectivity. It uses Bluetooth 4.0 as a wireless option for connecting to other Bluetooth devices. The tablet runs the full version of Windows 10, which is pretty impressive. The processor is an Intel BayTrail Quad Core CPU, which makes it ideal to handle most computing tasks.
One of the first things I look at with tablets is portability. Some are bulky and not easy to carry around – even though that’s what they are made for. This Dragon Touch tablet wins points with me for being easy to transport. It comes with a keyboard case that wraps around the tablet very well. Not only does the case serve as a way to convert the tablet into a working laptop, but it also keeps it safe. Because Dragon Touch provides this case, you can easily toss the tablet into a bag or carry it from place to place without worrying about damage happening to it.
As I just mentioned, the tablet comes packaged with a keyboard case and I would be remiss if I didn’t dedicate a small section of this review just to it. The keyboard itself is a full-size keyboard (minus the number pad). It’s one of the most responsive keyboards I’ve used with a tablet. The keyboard actually attaches to the tablet through a ‘smart connection’ similar to what you see on an iPad Pro. Therefore, it’s got a direct line to the tablet rather than a Bluetooth connection that might disconnect or be competing with other devices that are trying to connect. One of the other features of the keyboard that makes this tablet exceptional is the trackpad with left/right mouse buttons. It’s a fully functional mouse/trackpad and that’s a huge plus for me and my situation. As a special note, I actually typed this entire review using the Dragon Touch’s keyboard.
The case part of the keyboard is a simple magnetic closure-based case. The backing has a special angle stand that you can engage just by pinching the sides together. It’s a very capable stand on solid surfaces, but in your lap, it falls just a little short. The backing isn’t quite rigid enough to hold the tablet up on softer surfaces.
Before the Dragon Touch tablet, the iPad Air 2 with Retina display was my primary tablet. It has a gorgeous display that has a resolution of 2048×1536 pixels. I’ve been incredibly impressed with the Dragon Touch’s display as it shows off text very nicely. Images are crisp and clear and colors show up very rich. Now, this tablet’s screen resolution is HD resolution at 1280×800, which is not as great as the iPad Air 2, but I end up using the Dragon Touch for more utility actions like email and PowerPoint instead of graphic intensive work.
Perhaps one of the most popular features of the tablet is the touch screen. First of all, it’s very responsive. I’ve tried out a lot of ‘budget’ tablets and their responsiveness is sometimes lacking. Dragon Touch is certainly in a different class altogether. The screen is incredibly responsive and registers taps quite easily. I truly love the flexibility that the Dragon Touch affords me by switching back and forth between touch-screen tablet and keyboard/mouse-driven laptop. The only problem I end up having is when I actually use my laptop – I end up thinking it’s a touch screen, too!
I feel that the Dragon Touch i10X 10.1 inch Windows 10 Tablet is a wonderful option for working remotely. It’s certainly saved me a lot of back aches from lugging that much heavier laptop computer back and forth. It’s very sturdy and works exceptionally well. I continue to be impressed with its overall functionality and the flexibility it provides me for working from home. There have only been a few times that I’ve had issues with it running smoothly, but it’s mainly been due to user error. The Dragon Touch i10X is an affordable option for portable computing power.
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