Operating system: Windows 10
Screen: 10,1", IPS, 1280 x 800
Processor / Memory: Intel® Atom™ Z3735F (4 kernels, to 1,8 GHz, 64 bits)
Random access memory: 1 GB
Internal memory: 32 GB
Connectors: 3,5 (earphones), 2 USB (standard and micro), HDMI (MicroHDMI)
The camera is main / frontal: 2 / 2 Megapixels
Communications and communication: Wi-Fi of 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth v 4.0
Support of memory sticks: microSD (to 32 GB)
Battery: Li-Ion of 7 000 mAh
Weight: 600 g
Body (D x Sh x V): 278 x 188 x 10 mm
In addition: the removable keyboard in a set
In a box power supply adapter, the USB-microUSB cable, the warranty card, the instruction are found out and that the most important, the removable keyboard with function of a cover.
The last, in my opinion, is especially important for the tablet on Windows which with high probability will be used for work. In the spread-out status at connection of the keyboard to Irbis TW30 very steady construction turns out. The tablet is installed on the keyboard, and for reliability the support which moves forward behind is provided. Unfortunately, there is no adjustment of slope angle – developers offer only one option. At the same time the keyboard turned out very convenient, are keyed easily and have the accurate course. The layout, certainly, imperfect, but for compact "notebook" will go.
The majority of tablet computers on Windows looks strictly – besides, you should not forget that it devices not only for entertainments, but also (most often) for a solution of working tasks. Irbis TW30 did not become an exception to the rules in the field of design – it has quite simple black body having a strict design. The back wall opaque and ribbed that the reliable successful fellow of the device provides – it does not slip out.
At the left on the body the following elements are located: The USB port, the 3,5-mm slot for earphones, the MicroHDMI connector, MicroUSB port and an opening for the charger. The slot for the MicroSD cards is here, but, unlike other connectors, it has a plastic cover.
On top on the body command keys volume, and also the button of inclusion and blocking are located. At the lower end face it is possible to find contacts for connection of the keyboard and clips that the tablet was accurately fixed on a support.
The Irbis TW30 display has permission 1280 x 800 points. The matrix is executed on the IPS technology that provides a natural color rendition and wide angles of the overview. In particular, at a tablet inclination in space distortions of the picture are practically not observed.
The main objective of similar Windows tablets – work with office documents, Internet surfing, viewing of video and simple mobile games. Copes with all this Irbis TW30 thanks to a tandem from rather powerful 4-core Intel® Atom™ Z3735F and the Windows 10 operating system. For form's sake we will provide data from benchmarks and we will note that 3D - games of the Asphalt level 8 of Windows shop go on Irbis TW30 without problems. At the same time the tablet is not heated and works silently – Atom™ Z3735F turned out "cold" and does not demand active cooling which Windows tablets of former years had.
Certainly, it would be desirable to see in Irbis TW30 2 GB of random access memory, but for the listed tasks if it is frank, it is quite enough also 1 GB.
As for time of autonomous work, the accumulator with a capacity of 7 000 mAh lasts approximately for 7 business hours with the maximum screen intensity in the Browser + Word mode.
Here you will not tell much – Windows 10 and Windows.
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In general, quite to worthy option of purchase and tablet, and miniature notebook at once. Irbis TW30 differs in bright iron, the quite good screen and quite convenient keyboard. Yes, cameras with the resolution of 2 megapixels everyone are removed very so-so, but it is an Achilles' heel practically of any tablet computer – and even very expensive. Meanwhile Irbis TW30 belongs just to the budget class: it is estimated at 11 990 rubles.
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