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Oppo Pad Air: A comfortable and lightweight mid-range tablet with a battery that lasts all day

Asian brand Oppo earlier this month announced the arrival of its first tablet in the Spanish market: the Oppo Pad Air, This mid-range device can be bought in Spain and stands out for its ColorOS software and its lightweight and comfortable to carry anywhere design.

There are two models of Oppo Pad Air, both in gray colour:

oppo pad air works con android 12Which allows users to use it as an alternative to mobile, a very interesting possibility, especially if you want to watch multimedia content on a large scale, but without turning on the computer or television.

In addition, it has a resolution in which TV Rheinland Certification, which ensures that it has visual protection from low blue light. It reduces eye fatigue for watching movies, series, videos on YouTube and even reading a book or document in detail.



Dimensions and Design

Another one of the main features of the tablet that Oppo boasts on its official website is its design. they classify it as “Slim, Light and Comfortable”Something that we have been able to verify with 20BITS.

Its gray design has ideal dimensions and weight for transport.
Its gray design has ideal dimensions and weight for transport.
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your screen has one 2K HD Quality And it measures 10.36 inches (16:10), measures 6.74 mm in thickness and weighs less than half a kilo (440 grams to be exact). These references make it a tablet ideal for carrying Without it there is a huge increase in the weight and space of the backpack.

In the case of aluminum It has a matte gray finish except for the embossed, metallic gray horizontal band. With this, the Oppo Air Pad is not only comfortable, slim and lightweight but also elegant in design.

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The developers of Air Pad made it a 7100mAh battery, Which is equivalent to 12 hours of continuous movie or up to 15 hours of video call. This makes it possible for users to carry around with it throughout the day without the fear of draining its battery.

In addition, it comes with a charger in the box (something that not all technology makers can claim) and is 18W Fast Charge via USB-PD.


The tablet has Dolby Atmos speakers to deliver good audio quality.

media quality

The screen of the Chinese brand device has a Resolution 2,000 x 1,200 pixels, 60 Hz and 360 nits. Not bad if we keep its price in mind. Colors, brightness and image quality are in line with mid-range tablets and color temperature and visual comfort can be customized from the device settings.

The display has Low Blue Light Technology to protect your eyes.
The display has Low Blue Light Technology to protect your eyes.
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In terms of sound, it stands out for the four speakers with Dolby Atmos technology, which deliver great surround audio quality. These are located on the sides of the tablet and, in addition, have 8 sound profiles From which the user can choose, such as Game Mode, Music, Work or Smart.

ColorOS

OPPO Pad Air has ColorOS for Pad, so it has Smart touch controls. Some of them are the ability to split the screen with two fingers, a floating window with four fingers, or a smart sidebar.

also allows Transfer files from OPPO mobile to tablet in a simple way. This way, users will be able to take pictures with the best quality mobile cameras and edit them on a large tablet-like screen before uploading it to a social network or web page.


With light and high quality design.

take photos with tablet

The device has two cameras: a rear, 8 megapixels f/2.0, and the other front 6 megapixels F.2.2. Although better results can be achieved with current smartphones, it should be noted that the Oppo Pad Air has decent cameras for those who want to use them for video calls or story uploads to Instagram without using a smartphone. want to do.

Although it does not have a fingerprint sensor, the device has biometric technology, as it allows unlocking facial recognition This is possible thanks to the front camera and it works well.

Scoring 7.6

  • Best of all: Lots of autonomy and comfortable design.
    Worst: It doesn’t stand up to its performance.

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