Hands-On First Impressions Of The Onda Xiaoma 21

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The Onda Xiaoma 21 is very much like the Civiltop Air or Tbook Air it’s known as I reviewed.

Hands-On First Impressions Of The Onda Xiaoma 21

Celeron N3450, 4GB LPDDR3 RAM, wireless AC. A 12.5″ 1080p screen, a really bright anti-glare IPS with decent calibration out of the box. it weighs only 1.09 kilos and 12.8mm thin, making it super lightweight and portable.

But this one has more ports, but sadly it’s still missing one important one. For some reason, I thought not only did it have, 2 x USB 3.0’s, MicroHDMI, but also a 3.5mm headphone jack. Nope! No 3.5mm, it’s handled via the USB Type-C port which is audio out and in, plus charging only. And Onda doesn’t even include an adaptor in the box.

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