Chinese OEM Vido Announces Three New Colorful Windows Tablets

Vido w11c Windows Tablet 1
Last week, a Chinese OEM called Vido has announced three new Windows tablets based on Intel processors. The three tablets named W10 Pro, Vido W11 Pro and Vido W11C come in various colors.

Vido W10 Pro:  It will be powered by Intel Bay Trail-T Z3770 quad-core CPU, 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage. It also includes full HD display, one USB 3.0 and one USB 2.0 port, 8000 mAh. The device is priced at 2699 CNY(420 USD) and comes along with a keyboard case.

Vido W11 Pro: It has same specs as W10 Pro, but CPU is Intel Bay trail-T Z3740D quad-core processor, 2GB RAM, Huawei UltraStick 3G support and GPS is added.

Vido W11C: It comes with 10.1-inch full HD IPS AUO screen, Intel’s 64-bit quad-core processor, 2GB DDR3L RAM and 64GB of storage. It will have 2MP front and rear cameras, GPS, TF card slot, gyroscope, light sensor, Huawei UltraStick 3G suport and a built-in 8400mAh battery. It will cost 1999 CNY(320 USD).
Vido w11c Windows Tablet 2

Source: Cngadget via: Neowin

  • David van der Zande

    Wow. Great specs!

  • vivzZ

    What about the OS? The article didn’nt mention the most important part! If its windows 8.1 pro then it is really great!

    • Bugbog

      Doubtful it’s Pro, as that would actually cost them money for the higher licensing.

    • JohnCz

      Not sure, the 4GB ram version might be.

      • vivzZ

        Actually the image represented here don’t has the Desktop tile!
        Surface 3 images actually has that tile clearly hinting a windows 8.1 pro which is not the case here! So, apparently these devices might not be running on the pro version.

        • JohnCz

          It is just a simple product photograph! The tiles shown is no way conclusive as to the version being run.

  • MSFTmanJosh

    Didn’t China just ban Windows 8?

    • José Villaró

      For government use… and also they make things for everywhere

  • JohnCz

    Really nice, reminds me a bit of Lumia 2520. From what I read elsewhere, they are actually use a full HD+ display … 1920 x 1200. Its not Surface Pro 3s 3:2 aspect ratio but still much better than 16:9.