VOVIPO Slim Stand Case for HONOR Pad 8 12-inch Tablet,Slim Lightweight Protective Case Cover for HONOR Pad 8 12-inch-Navy
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The Metal Unibody Body features anodized sandblasting technology to bring you a delicate touch 1.0R angle, with z laboratórií HONOR.Hrúbka (6,9 mm) sa meria v najtenšom bode a nezahŕňa výstupok kamery. Skutočné rozmery a hmotnosť sa môžu líšiť v závislosti od konfigurácie výrobku, výrobných procesov a metód merania. Performance standards are good for a tablet of this price, and I didn’t experience the kind of stuttering or lag that does afflict some similarly-priced tablets, while the battery was long-lasting and relatively fast-charging too.
The Honor Pad 8 is a good tablet in all the key areas, and you’re likely to get hours and hours of entertainment if you choose to buy it. A few years ago, the Honor Pad 8 would have been an intriguing model, but after the Covid-induced tablet boom of 2020 and 2021, this is a flooded market and Honor has failed to create a tablet that really stands out. Despite running Android 12 with Honor’s Magic UI 6.1 skin plastered over the top, the Pad 8 sadly isn’t much different. Multi-window support is welcome, but otherwise it functions exactly the same as any Android smartphone. The app icons are also scaled to the resolution of the display rather than the size, and they look far too big on the homescreen as a result.
The resolution of the 2K screen is 2000 x 1200; FullView Display is a common concept in the industry, The Snapdragon 680 is a mid-range chip that isn’t exactly a powerhouse but it’s also not exactly a weakling either but is more of a multimedia processor, not a gaming processor. The body feels solid without being too heavy at 520g which is less than a Nintendo Switch Lite or a 12.9-inch iPad Pro.
Kovové unibody telo tabletu je vybavené technológiou eloxovaného pieskovania, ktorá ponúka príjemnejší dotyk. Again, for some people, performance isn’t important, but it did make the user experience a little frustrating at times.
The star of the show is the Honor Pad 8’s giant 12in display. It might be a fairly unremarkable IPS panel with a 60Hz refresh rate, but the total pixel count of 2,000 x 1,200 is significantly higher than resolutions you typically see on tablets at this price.
There are a few apps that come pre-installed whether you like them or not, including the likes of Facebook and Booking.com, but there aren’t so many as to get in your way. What I did feel was that there was a general scaling problem, with elements from certain apps just seeming a bit too enlarged for the display; this is just an aesthetic complaint rather than anything more serious though.
The resolution is 1200 x 2000, which technically counts as 2K, though its use of LCD tech and 60Hz refresh rate means it’s not the best-looking display around. The Pad 8 is the latest in a series of tablets produced by the tech company but the first to be officially launched in the UK. The Honor Pad 8 is every bit as good as many other Android tablets that came before it, and with reliable battery life, a colour-accurate display and solid build, it does a lot right. However, its foibles are too great to ignore.