At MWC 2023, TCL announced TCL NXTPAPER 11, the first tablet to feature its second-generation NXTPAPER display technology. As well as a cheaper tablet with a conventional display.
The TCL NXTPAPER 11 is less expensive. It costs just under half as much and is smaller than the 12″ tablet from CES. The new tab’s 10.95″ IPS LCD, has a unique covering that provides it with a paper-like texture. It has a resolution of 2,000 x 1,200 pixels (15:9). An additional stylus support pen that really can detect 4,096 distinct pressure levels is paired with this.
TCL NXTPAPER 11 Is A Cheaper Alternative To iPads
The NXTPAPER 2.0 technology can reach 500 nits, making it significantly brighter than the original. Because of its anti-glare features, it can be used in bright environments, A special light sensor will adjust the display’s brightness to the surrounding light. The tablet lacks mobile connectivity and is powered by an Helio P60T chipset. It has advanced multitasking features including split-screen and floater panel modes. The microSD slot allows for additional storage.
Bluetooth 5.0 and Wi-Fi 5 manage local connectivity. This tablet is well-suited for video chats thanks to the 8MP front-facing camera. The camera has a wide 100° lens. There are also two microphones and 4 speakers on board. The back has an 8MP camera, as well.
The tablet has an integrated 8,000mAh battery. The tab is only 6.9mm thick and 462g in weight. It comes with an 18W type C charger. Starting in May, the TCL NXTPAPER 11 will be accessible in Europe, and then on other continents. The slate costs $250, and the T-Pen pen is available for purchase separately. Several accessories from TCL are also available, such as a TP screen protector, a flip case, and a Bluetooth keyboard.