The Dragon Touch i10X is a tablet for developers .
It's a very neat and flawless design, with well-ordered ports and no unsightly stick-out buttons.More importantly, the Dragon Touch i10X is relatively slender and pleasingly light, so can be comfortably used one-handed for extended periods. That soft-touch, textured back helps grip, while the bezels around the display are just wide enough to keep your thumbs from straying onto the screen.
As well as a micro USB port for charging, you get a micro HDMI port to hook up to a big screen or projector (something rarely found on tablets, but essential for the Convergence feature). You also get a microSD memory card slot.
Screen and media
The Dragon Touch i10X's 10.1-inch screen isn't a Full HD panel, but the 1280x800 pixel resolution is perfectly fine for editing documents and playing with creative software. Colours are subdued and the screen is lodged firmly at the 'cold' end of the spectrum, with whites sporting a blue-ish tint. The screen is certainly easy to view in bright light, although also quite harsh on the eyeballs when you're pulling a late-night session compared with warmer displays.
The touchscreen is of course perfectly responsive to touch and recognises all of the standard gestures, although the likes of pinch-to-zoom isn't recognised in many apps such as LibreOffice.
As for audio quality, the Dragon Touch i10X's dual speakers at the base of the tablet are basic at best. They'll do for watching a YouTube video or two, but music sounds very tinny.
The Dragon Touch i10X also comes equipped with a couple of very basic cameras, an 5-megapixel snapper on the rear and a 2-megapixel camera on the front of the tablet. We're not really sure why that rear lens even exists, as we can't imagine many users snapping away with the Dragon Touch i10X.