Chinese company Eken makes some unbranded tablet PCs, that enter Europe and are rebranded into the Allview Alldro 3 Speed, shown below and the Yarvik GoTab Zetta, previously reviewed by us. Both models are identical, aside from the extra 8GB of storage that the Alldro 3 Speed has. These twin devices are sold in Romania, for the Allview one and The Netherlands for the Yarvik, but they also expanded to other countries.
Allview Alldro 3 Speed is priced at 220 euros and comes inside a big box, with a charger inside, a manual, a pair of headphones, a USB cable, a USB adaptor and a license for Bitdefender Mobile Security for a few months. Just like the Yarvik, this tablet has a microUSB slave and host port, a HDMI port, a 2 megapixel camera, a microSD card slot and a front VGA camera. It also lacks a front home button and has big bezels around the 9.7 inch screen.
Under the hood there’s a 1.2 GHz processor and a Mali 400 MP GPU, the same as the one found on the Samsung Galaxy S II, so quality graphics are guaranteed in games. This tablet runs Android 4.0 ICS and has 1GB of RAM to offer and 16GB of storage. Here’s the video unboxing: