Microsoft has been trying to add many more OEMs to join the Windows ecosystem, and in the local scene the latest to jump in is the O Plus, launching the O+ Convertible, a tablet and PC hybrid.
O+ Convertible comes with a full-blown detachable keyboard passing the standard look of a general-purpose laptop and when the keyboard is detached, you’ll have an 11.6-inch tablet! #taragis
The O+ Convertible is a sleek hybrid laptop\tablet that runs Windows 8.1. It can run all your Windows desktop applications. This 11.6-inch device sports an HD display (1366×768) and supports up to 10-point multitouch. It is also equipped with front and back camera, both are 2 megapixels.
As for the internals, it is powered by 1.33GHz Intel Atom quad-core processor paired with 2GB RAM and 32GB of internal storage and is expandable up to 128GB via microSD card. Additionally, the keyboard dock comes equipped with 500GB HDD – an absolutely awesome deal that O Plus has incorporated in this particular product. I am looking forward to utilize this device as a full-pledged Windows laptop.
Going online, you’ll be connected to the Internet using the WiFi connectivity feature, there’s no local LAN port or SIM slot for possible 3G/LTE connection, but if you’re always on the go, you can use your phone’s hotspot feature instead.
This portable device impressed us so much with its metallic look, it does feel premium, conveying that the product is a premiere brand. We’ll be using this device in the coming days and we’ll post a comprehensive review within a week. Stay tuned.
Here’s the full specifications of O+ Convertible
• 11.6-inch HD touch display, 10-point touch
• Microsoft Windows 8.1 OS
• 1.33GHz Intel Atom quad core processor
• Intel HD Graphics
• 2GB RAM
• 32GB MMC internal storage, expandable up to 128GB via micro SD card
• 500GB (keyboard dock)
• 2MP front camera
• 2MP back camera
• WiFi 802.11 b/g/n
• Bluetooth v4.0
• Micro USB port
• Micro HDMI port
• 6400mAh battery
• Dimensions: 291.8mm x 188.6mm x 9.8mm (tablet)
• Price: Php15,995