Though some of the specs scream iPad Air, such as the 9.7-inch “Retina” IPS display and 2048 x 1536 resolution, this is actually a Windows 10 tablet. The device runs on Intel’s new “Cherry Tail” processor – an Intel Atom X5 8500 clocked at 1.4 GHz, with Turbo mode jacking up clock speed to 2.44 GHz. It comes with an impressive 4 GB RAM and 64 GB internal storage, and it also supports microSD cards up to 128 GB. So far, so good – considering the 4 GB RAM and all that available storage space, this should make for a nice productivity device, and one that also works as a gaming tablet.
Other specifications of note include a 7,200 mAh battery, a weight of 450 grams, and a thickness of only 8 millimeters. In terms of design, the Onda V919 Air CH does sort of resemble the iPad Air, which is accentuated by its slim and sleek appearance. You can also connect a wireless keyboard to the V919 Air CH, allowing it to be used as a hybrid notebook-style device.
There’s still no pricing information on the Onda V919 Air CH, and it’s not sure yet when the slate will be released, but it’s shaping up to be a promising contender in the tablet market so far.