The performance is decent and is usable for tasks like video editing, watching youtube, streaming video. As we have seen, we have no issues playing our favourite racing game on it.

The 10″ screen is easier to hold then a 12″ tablet. Somewhat annoying is the positioning of the power button which is not in line with the volume rockers. Enjoy watching streaming videos or youtube with better sound with Dolby Atmos. Seriously, it would be better if it came with a phone jack.

The Dual Window is also useful but it is limited to certain apps. As for the multi screen connect, you would need to pair it up with selected Oppo phone model.

Unlike the Samsung tablets, the device do not support a pen. There is also no 4G or 5G connectivity option.

If you are looking for a small, portable tablet for mobile computing, this device is worth considering.

Priced at S$399 on online retails and


  • Lightweight and Slim design
  • 10″ screen
  • Dual Window
  • SD card for external storage


  • Lack of earphone jack
  • Screen is too dim under strong sunlight
  • no 4G / 5G connectivity
  • Night photography features


  • Performance 7
  • Design 9
  • Features 8
  • Usability 8
  • Value for money 9

Rating 8.2 / 10

By Harry