Home Forums Product Disscusion Review ALLDOCUBE X1 ( T801 ) Deca Core (10-core) Tablet PC

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    @chaitiandang
    CHAI TIANDANG(Starter)

     

    Arm yourself with Alldocube X1, the latest 4G deca core tablet, you will be taken into a real arena. The Helio X20 deca core CPU ensures smooth operation when you are playing the most intensive games. Everything on the 2.5K OGS screen is clear and true to life, as seen with your eyes.

    ALLDOCUBE X1 features 8.4 inch 2.5K MagicColor Screen, Taking You into A Real Arena!

    Main Features:
    ● Helio X20 deca core CPU
    ● Mali – T880 700MHz GPU
    ● Android 7.1 operating system
    ● 8.4 inch magic color 2.5K touch screen
    ● 4GB RAM + 64GB ROM
    ● Dual SIM dual standby
    ● 8.0MP front camera + 13.0MP rear camera
    ● Fingerprint recognition, that can simplify operation instruction and protect your privacy
    ● Support to expand up to 128GB ( not included ) TF card expansion for larger storage

    A high-performance processor matters a lot. Many get frustrated at freeze when they close in for the kill, get disconnected when teammates need them in the fight, never enjoy graphically demanding games and multitasking…

    Want to know more please click on the link:http://bit.ly/2MVPVBE

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    @redfly61
    redfly61

    Hi to you all,

    i’ve a question regarding the USB Type C port of the Alldocube X1 (T801).

    Connecting the tablet to a TV using USB-C to HDMI cable, nothing happen and it seems don’t work.

    The USB-C port of the T801 support the connection to HDMI? If yes, how?

    Any suggestion will be appreciated.

    Best regards.

    Franco

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      @isaac
      Isaac

      On some apps like youtube, you can broadcast it on a TV or maybe theres an app to broadcast the tablet

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    @cubeadmin
    cubeadmin

    Hi Franco, unfortunately, most of the android tablets don’t support connection to HDMI via USB-C.

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