Vido W8X Review

Hey guys, what’s up, Zi Jin Cheng here, and this is the Vido W8X. Vido also known as Window, not to be  confused with Microsoft Windows is definitely not a new kid on the block when it comes to tablets, but they have been rather quiet lately. This is Vido’s first Cherry Trail tablet and part of the first wave of Cherry Trail tablets as well. This tablet, although one of the cheapest cherry trail tablets faces some stiff competition from other more established brands like Cube and Teclast. This is one of the smallest 8″ tablets to date, trading blows with the Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 in terms of size. Go ahead and click on the link down below to see where you can buy the tablet!

Key Specifications
8″ 1280×800 IPS Display Intel Atom Cherry Trail Z5-X8300 Quad Core 1.33GHz
2GB RAM + 32GB ROM 2MP + 2MP Camera
Windows 10 Bluetooth, MicroHDMI, 2x USB 3.0 port, MicroUSB
4200mAh Battery MicroSD card slot, OTG
209g, 207 x 122 x 9.2mm

Build Quality

The Vido W8X is very compact for an 8″ tablet. It’s smaller than both the Cube T8 and the Chuwi Hi8. It’s even smaller than the Dell Venue 8 7000, which is one of the most compact 8″ tablets so far. It’s really easy to hold in one hand and the tablet isn’t too heavy either because it’s plastic. However, it’s not very thin, at 9mm.

The headphone jack and MicroHDMI port are located up top, the MicroSD card located on the left, and the power and volume buttons on the right.

The back of the tablet is plastic that feels very much like the plastic on a thinkpad. It doesn’t feel very premium, it feels quite cheap actually but is really durable. You find the camera, Vido logo, speakers and labels for all the ports.

The build quality on this tablet is solid, but feels really cheap because of the plastic being used. However, it is one of the most compact 8″ tablets you can buy to date, which is definitely a selling point.

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