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How to choose a 2-in-1 tablet with full performance? Full review of the iWork GT by Alldocube

By Cristal Lang

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Cristal Lang
Cristal Lang
Publish Date: Oct 11, 2022
Last Updated: Oct 11, 2022

After careful comparison of the configuration and price, I finally chose the iWork GT from Alldocube and here is the reason why I chose it.  First of all, it is the 11th generation Core i5, 16GB+512GB which can fully meet my needs. The price is reasonable too compared to Surface, Lenovo and Huawei. It came with the original magnetic keyboard, which makes it easier to carry around.

I have used the iWork GT for a while and the overall feeling is not bad. I will share with you my experience of using this iWork GT 2-in-1 tablet, as well as the pros and cons in detail.

Let’s start with the appearance. My first impression the iWork GT is light, thin and compact. Its body weight is only 600g which is much easier to carry around than my previous laptop, which makes it very portable.

The body is made of magnesium alloy back cover, which ensures a high-strength body and a better heat dissipation effect. At the same time, when the matte texture is usually hand-held, there will be no trouble of being contaminated with fingerprints.

There are two USB-C ports on the left along with a micro-HDMI video out port. On the right side, it features another USB-3.1 port and a micro-SD slot, along with a 3.5mm audio jack. For a tablet, it exceeded our expectations. In addition to the wired connectivity, the iWork GT also supports a pretty good wireless connection, including the Wi-Fi 6 and Bluetooth 5.1. Especially for Wi-Fi, it’s driven by the intel ax201, which is a great chipset for wireless network.

There are dual speakers on the left and right sides of the fuselage, and cooling holes are designed on the top, which also means that its performance is very strong, and the cooling effect is also guaranteed.

One good news is that the iWork GT is running Windows 11. Instead of updating the system by yourselves, you would get the tablet shipping with the new Windows 11 home. And there’s no need to worry wheter it runs smoothly or not, because the tablet is powered by a Gen-11th intel mobile chip, and there are i3 and i5 versions as options.

If you want to add the keyboard, there are two styles as options offered by Alldocube. This is the cover one called the light keyboard, and we’ve seen a lot of this kind on most tablets. It’s made of synthetic materials with a touchpad that folds out. It’s quite a smart design for not sizing up the cover when it’s folded up. After using it for a while, it’s not exactly a great touchpad since it’s small and could be a bit laggy, but, of course, it’s better than nothing as an input cover for a Windows tablet. The flat keyboard cover supports two standing ways when you put the tablet in. Mne is more upright, and the other level is slightly reclined, which is a better angle for me when putting the tablet on the tablet. In addition to the standard keys, the keyboard layout also offers a lot of function keys that might help you type more effectively. When it’s fully folded up, the whole package with the tablet is a bit thick and heavy, weighing over 1kg.

There’s another con with this portable tablet, which is the battery. The 3900mAh battery can offer around a 3-hour working time for the tablet under balance mode. And under the high-performance mode, the battery life could be shorter. But on the other hand, the included 45W charger can also quickly collect the power back.

For daily uses like office productivity, the tablet works pretty well. And the results in PC Mark 10 also proved it. Even for light digital content creation, the iwork GT also can offer relatively good supports. For video playback, the chip also works well with different video files, and it does well native decoding for 4K and even 10bit tapes.

In terms of hard disk, the foreground VP1000F, 512G, PCIe 3.0 mode, supports NVMe 1.4 standard, in Crystal Disk Mark, the hard disk sequential read speed is 3364.88mb/s, and the sequential write speed is 2510.15mb/s.

One good news is that the iWork GT is running Windows 11. Instead of updating the system by yourselves, you would get the tablet shipping with the new Windows 11 home. And there’s no need to worry wheter it runs smoothly or not, because the tablet is powered by a Gen-11th intel mobile chip, and there are i3 and i5 versions as options.

Order link:

i3: https://www.amazon.com/ALLDOCUBE-Touchscreen-i3-1115G4-2000%C3%971200-Keyboard/dp/B09TB4TJDV

i5:https://www.amazon.com/Tablet-Windows-ALLDOCUBE-Touchscreen-i5-1135G7/dp/B09TQMKSVX?th=1

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