Stream videos and films, enjoy music clips, play a game in between or read e-books – with their low weight, handy dimensions and long battery life as entertainers, tablets have clear advantages over the “all-round work machine” laptop. To pass the time, for example, when traveling or as a second device for the kids at home, they are the first choice on long journeys anyway. How high the fun factor is in the mobile cinema for the hands also depends to a large extent on the technology and features of a tablet.
Chic metal housing and large, eye-friendly display
HONOR has put a lot of effort into its new Pad 8. The 6.9 millimeter slim unibody case is made of high-quality aluminum alloy. Despite the low height, there is enough space for eight loudspeakers. In addition to gripping audio playback, an elegant look also gives the mobile cinema experience the right setting: the color of the Pad 8? A noble, subtle shade of blue. The matte “Blue Hour” finish is, as the name already suggests, based on the unique lighting mood of a new dawning day.
It goes without saying that the display cannot be large enough for video streaming, even in a tablet. The screen of the Pad 8, which weighs just 520 grams, measures over 30 centimeters diagonally. This increases the visible area by an impressive 17.4 percent compared to conventional 11-inch tablets. And that despite the compact dimensions: because the screen-to-body ratio is an excellent 87 percent. Over a billion colors that can be displayed and a fine resolution of 2000 x 1200 pixels set the scene for the good and the bad in the mobile cinema. In addition, TÜV Rheinland certifies that the Pad 8 is particularly easy on the eyes with two certificates. HONOR’s tablet entertainer uses a hardware solution to reduce harmful blue light components (Low Blue Light Certification) – without the typical yellow cast. And since flickering and flickering have also been eliminated (Flicker Free Certification), nothing stands in the way of extensive binge-watching.
With additional software functions, HONOR optimizes the display quality depending on the lighting situation. In daylight, the display brightness is automatically increased and reflections reduced for better legibility. In dark surroundings, the algorithms ensure that bright image areas in the film scenes are not dazzling. The Pad 8 is also interesting for anyone who likes to read books on a tablet. With its 12-inch screen and its reader-friendly e-book mode, this tablet is also suitable as a grown-up Kindle replacement.
Full band: Eight loudspeakers set the tone for film and music
Or would you rather listen to audio books or follow concert recordings on YouTube? Eight level-stable loudspeakers certified for Hi-Res audio playback ensure a remarkable soundscape when streaming. For this purpose, two symmetrically arranged bass and tweeter units play together on the left and right side of the mobile device. Advanced AI-based audio recognition can differentiate between films, music, games and video chats and automatically adjust the audio settings. Support for the DTS:X Ultra surround sound standard ensures impressive 3D audio effects when gaming. In addition, with HONOR Histen Sound, an in-house sound improvement technology contributes to the good sound.
High endurance – even for long nights at the cinema
Those who want to use HONOR’s current Magic UI 6.1 user interface based on Android 12 more often will also get their money’s worth. With the Qualcomm Snapdragon 680, the Pad 8 has a modern 6-nanometer chipset. Additional functions such as the multi-window view, in which up to four apps share the screen area for easier parallel use, increase productivity. The business presentation as well as the photos from the tablet memory can be forwarded wirelessly to larger monitors if required. After work, “Wireless Projection” also brings out the heroes in the video streams in the home cinema. Long nights at the tablet cinema are also no problem on the go: the 7,250 mAh battery can play back locally stored films non-stop for up to 14 hours. The battery is then fully charged in around two hours using the 22.5 watt mains adapter. And then – even without a socket – it’s show time again.
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