Alldocube is about to release the Galaxy Tab S4 rival, Alldocube X, that will feature an AMOLED display. But how familiar are you with the brand? What do you think about when you hear the name? Alldocube, formerly known as Cube, is one of Microsoft and Intel’s global strategic partners. Established back in 2004 and located in Shenzhen, the Chinese manufacturer produces own branded tablets, personal laptops, cellphone accessories as well as other digital products that you can see on their YouTube channel.
The company is a rather big name in Chinese but what about their international presence? This remains to be seen in the future now that the company expands worldwide. In their attempt to expand, they have brought some excellent products to the market, from Alldocube Thinker i35, the premium Core M3-7Y30 laptop with the 13.5″ Surface Book screen and N-trig stylus support, to Alldocube Knote 8 (13.3″ 2K Black Diamond Screen sported by Intel Core m3-7Y30 with 8GB RAM /256GB SSD) and Alldocube Knote 5, the compact 11.6″ Intel Gemini Lake N4100 laptop with 4GB RAM/128GB SSD.
Also, there is the Alldocube M5 Android Oreo tablet that sports the Helio X20 SoC, a 10.1″ 2K display, 4G LTE, 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage. What’s more, the newly launched Alldocube X that’s raising funds on Indiegogo will attempt to compete with Samsung Galaxy Tab S4, the 2.5K Super AMOLED Android 8.1 Oreo tablet with AKM HiFi chip coming on board.
The decision they took is serious and we hope that they will deliver what they promise. To that direction, the best companion will be their own factory that definitely brings great advantages to a manufacturer. In addition, the Alldocube M5S is coming to the market, sharing the same Helio X20 chip and runs on the same Android 8.0 Oreo as the M5 but a lower resolution display and 1GB less RAM. All Alldocube products are available through their Amazon tores as well as their Aliexpress store for worldwide shipping. Visit their official website for all the up-to-date product information.