By: Abrar Khan
The OnePlus Pad features a world-first 7:5 ratio screen display, Dimensity 9000 processor, and a separate keyboard and pen. Let's readd the review of OnePlus Pad.
This is a new tablet from OnePlus and it has the world's first 7 by 5 ratio screen display, making it more comfortable to read books and articles.
I have been using it for 2 weeks and the size is great for traveling or doing some work with MediaTek's Dimensity 9000 processor and 8 gigs of RAM. The performance is smooth and I haven't noticed any lag at all.
There is a separate keyboard and pen that cost $150 and $100 respectively, which I think are much needed if you need to take notes or just be productive. It did take some time to learn the trackpad gestures, but the keyboard feels high quality and protects the tablet.
The pen can also magnetically attach to the side, and the speaker sounds great.
The halo green color does look nice and unique, but the tablet does attract a lot of fingerprints.
It does have a standby time of 30 days, but for my uses, the battery life feels pretty average under normal use.
The price of the OnePlus Pad is $479 or you can get the full set for about $729, which isn't a bad price.
Personally, I would just get the keyboard and skip the pen since I don't need it. What do you think? Would you be getting one?
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