There’s another tablet maker name in town, one that honestly I haven’t heard of, called Dere. They’ve launched a new slate, called Dere T30 Pro, a 2 in 1 slate with a 2K display.
Dere T30 Pro has an IPS display with 144 Hz refresh rate and inside we find an Intel Jasper Lake processor. There’s a 3:2 aspect here and the resolution is 2160 x 1440 pixels. The peak brightness is said to be around 330 nits. Dere uses an Intel Celeron N5095, a quad core CPU with TDP of 15W.
The chipset is accompanied by 8 GB of RAM or 16 GB of LPDDR4 RAM, as well as 256, 512 GB or 1 TB of SSD storage. There’s also a stylus called Dere D-Pencil and you can turn the tablet into a laptop using a smart pogo pin magnetic attachment. This unit runs on Windows 11 and has a very slim metal body, with 6.6 mm thickness. It weighs around 1 kilogram.
There’s an USB-C connector on board, that offers charging and data transfer. The battery sounds kind of small, at 3800 mAh and it’s said to offer 6 hours of battery life. The stylus can be magnetically attached. Dere T30 Pro has 16 GB of RAM, 512 GB of SSD storage and the starting price is $371.
There’s also a version with 16 GB of RAM and 1 TB of SSD storage, priced at $481. It’s available in two colors, with a color coordinated keyboard cover.