It has been quite some time since Alldocube's initial announcement from its X tablet. The firm showed off the device for the first time last summer, touting its specifications, and boasting about its AMOLED display produced by Samsung. After completing its Indiegogo campaign, the Alldocube X began making its way to backers late last year and we had a chance recently to take a look at a production model.
On first glance, the Alldocube X doesn't look all that impressive, with a style that is similar to other cheap Android tablets coming out of Asia. But once you get it in hand, it's another story, with its unibody metal design and beautiful AMOLED display immediately taking center stage. While it doesn't make use of the fastest SoC available, the MediaTek MT8176 is good enough for most things, and can even play most games comfortably. But since it is in the middle of the road when it comes to performance, if you throw a power hungry app at the device, you can feel it slow down a tad, but for most things, it feels fine.
Those looking for a media tablet will be happy to know that the audio produced from the tablet's dual speakers is loud and clear. If you aren't into sharing your media experience, you can always make use of the unit's 3.5mm headphone jack. As for security, you have a fingerprint reader on the side, which is quite the convenience and not something you see every day on a tablet.
Although the Indiegogo campaign has long ended, if interested, you can purchase the Alldocube X online for around $275. If you have any questions or comments, feel free to leave them below.