OnePlus Pad with 11.61-inch screen launched in India; OnePlus TV 65 Q2 Pro, Keyboard 81 Pro Follow

OnePlus held the Cloud 11 launch event today. Along with the launch of the OnePlus 11 5G, OnePlus 11R and OnePlus Buds Pro 2, the company also announced the OnePlus Pad, OnePlus TV 65 Q2 Pro and the OnePlus Keyboard 81 Pro in the Indian market. The OnePlus Pad comes with a magnetic keyboard and stylus, while the OnePlus Keyboard features a dual-joint design for soft keys and reduced sound. The OnePlus TV 65 Q2 Pro features improved hardware and software features over its predecessors.

OnePlus Pad, OnePlus TV 65 Q2 Pro, 81 Pro Keyboard Price in India, Availability

The OnePlus Pad will be available for pre-order from April in India, North America, Europe and the Middle East. The tablet is only available with Wi-Fi connectivity. OnePlus has not announced the price of the tablet.

Meanwhile, the OnePlus TV 65 Q2 Pro has been launched at a price of Rs. 99,999. Pre-orders start on March 6 and will go on sale from March 10.

Although the price of the Keyboard 81 Pro has not yet been announced, the company has confirmed that it will be available in April.

OnePlus Pad Specifications and Features

OnePlus’ first Android tablet, the OnePlus Pad sports an 11.61-inch display with a 144Hz refresh rate, 2800 x 2000 resolution (296 ppi), and 500 nits brightness. The Tab has a screen ratio of 7:5 and an 88% screen-to-body ratio and features 2.5D curved glass, measures 6.54mm thick and weighs 552 grams.

It runs Android 13 and is powered by a MediaTek Dimensity 9000 chipset with up to 12GB LPDDR5 RAM. The tablet also offers Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos. The quad-speaker setup provides an Omnibearing sound field where the speakers can switch between left-right channels depending on the orientation of the tablet.

The OnePlus Pad offers 5G cellular sharing with smartphones. The tablet comes with a single 13-megapixel rear camera and an 8-megapixel selfie camera. It packs a 9,510mAh battery with 67W SUPERVOOC fast charging support which is claimed to offer up to a month of standby time. It also comes with a matching magnetic keyboard and stylus in the retail box.

OnePlus TV 65 Q2 Pro specs and features

OnePlus’ new flagship TV, the OnePlus TV 65 Q2 Pro, comes equipped with improved hardware and software features over its predecessors. The 65-inch QLED display delivers 4K (3840 x 2160) quality images with a 120Hz refresh rate, 97% DCI-P3 color space coverage, 1200 nits peak brightness, and 120 color zones. local dimming. It runs OxygenPlay 2.0 on Android TV.

It supports AVI, MKV, MP4 and WMV video formats and supports Dolby Atmos sound. The OnePlus TV 65 Q2 Pro’s 70W 2.1-channel soundbar is not motorized, but front-firing, which delivers Dynaudio sound. The WiFi-enabled smart TV also offers Bluetooth connectivity. The device is made in India and offers seamless connectivity to all other devices in the OnePlus family.

OnePlus Keyboard 81 Pro specs and features

The OnePlus keyboard features a double-seal design for smooth keystrokes and reduced noise for all-day typing comfort, as well as an alert slider. This mechanical keyboard has a lightweight aluminum body and hot-swappable switches. It works on both Mac and Windows systems. Available in two colors Winter Bonfire and Summer Breeze, the keyboard features purple marble keys. The keyboard also comes with the “inherited from OnePlus smartphones” alert slider.

OnePlus also unveiled its router called OnePlus Hub 5G, with support for Matter IoT, which will be released in July. Again, the price of the router has not been announced.

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