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CHUWI Hi10 Pro 2 in 1 Ultrabook Tablet PC 10.1 inch Windows10 + Android5.1 IPS X5-Z8350 Qu 64 bits 1.44 GHz 4 G/64G Bluetooth 4.0 Micro HDMI Stylus Function(Keyboard and Stylus Pen NOT Included)
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- 【Microsoft Windows 10 64bit OS】Windows 10 brings back the popular Start Menu from Windows 7 and introduces new features, like the Edge Web browser that lets you mark up Web pages on your screen.
- 【Intel Cherry Trail X5-Z8350 64bit Quad Core 1.44GHz, up to 1.92GHz】Ultra-low-voltage platform and quad-core processing provide maximum high-efficiency power to go. Intel Turbo Boost Technology delivers dynamic extra power when you need it.
- 【10.1 inch IPS Touch Screen with 1920 x 1200 Resolution】Natural finger-touch screen makes the most of Windows 10. The 1920 x 1200 resolution boasts impressive color and clarity and IPS technology provides wide viewing angles.
- 【Intel HD Graphic Gen8 GPU&Android 5.1 Lollipop OS】On-processor graphics with shared video memory provide high image quality for Internet use, basic photo editing and casual gaming.Android 5.1 Lollipop OS，allows you to remain connected and productive.
- 【Bluetooth 4.0 Interface Syncs with Compatible Devices&Dual Cameras for Photos and Face-to-face Chat】Wirelessly transfer photos, music and other media between the computer and your Bluetooth-enabled cell phone or MP3 player, or connect Bluetooth wireless accessories.2.0MP front and rear cameras let you capture memorable moments or chat with friends.
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【OS】Android 5.1,Windows 10
【CPU】Intel Cherry Trail x5-Z8350
【GPU】Intel HD Graphic(Gen8)
【Screen size】10.1 inch
【Screen resolution】1920 x 1200 (WUXGA)
【Camera type】Dual cameras (one front one back)
Network & Connection
【WiFi】802.11b/g/n wireless internet
【Speaker】Built-in Dual Channel Speaker
【Video format】1080P,3GP,4K (4096 x 2160 px),MP4
【MS Office format】Excel,PPT,Word
【Pre-installed Language】Windows OS is built-in Chinese and English, and other languages need to be downloaded by WiFi. Android OS supports multi-language
【AC adapter】100-240V 5V 3A
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Top customer reviews
Man, what a great little tablet. I usually travel all over the world with a Dell Precision laptop, which weighs roughly as much as a medium sized desktop. I went looking for a lighter alternative I could use when I didn't need to do things like, you know, finite element analysis while traveling (it happens). I checked on the usual suspects. Surface. iPad. Samsung Tab. Saw this while surfing about, and decided to take a chance. Ordered it, the keyboard, and waited the grueling two days for it to arrive (when does Drone Delivery start in my area???)
Unboxing was simple. They haven't wasted any money on a fancy gift box. There is no manual. There doesn't need to be. There's a tablet, a charger, and a USB-C cable for charging. Well packaged, but not fancy, which I appreciated not paying for. Press and hold on/off to start it. It gives you the Windows/Android choice. Both work great. The Remix OS Android reminds me of Ubuntu - I like it more than I thought I would, but Win10 is the reason I got this.
My Bluetooth mouse connected flawlessly, as did my external Bluetooth speaker. I'm not having any WiFi issues.
The keyboard connected, snapped right in, and converted to Laptop mode. The touch pad had a "gesture" to minimize windows which I found maddening, but a search of the Chuwi forum found a scripting tool and the script to disable it. No problem.
(BTW, the Chuwi forum is nothing short of awesome - they talk you through doing all kinds of things with this tablet)
Then, as a real test, I connected it to my AOC USB travel monitor (installed drivers first, naturally.)
At first, nothing. Then, I connected the screen's non-3.0 USB cable to a phone charger, and the extra power solved the problem - bam, I'm rocking a 17" screen on this little thing.
The tablet has a USB-C port which doubles as the charging port - you'll likely want a longer USB-C cord. The power adapter is 3A, so a "regular" phone charger won't do unless it's shut off completely. The keyboard adds two USB ports, and a USB-C adapter adds several.
The "drive" space is limited, but I'm opting to not wipe out the Remx OS/Android partition. Instead, I've ordered a nice, fast 128GB microSD card to augment it. With this quick processor, I'm going to try installing some 2D graphics applications, and see how it holds up for stuff other than Office 365 (installed just fine) and dev environments.
Battery life seems to be about 6 to 7 hours.
I'm about to go on another 2 week multi-country trip, and look forward to using this rather than the good ol' behemoth Dell.
And I'm very glad I didn't spend over $1k on a competing product.
The company is located in Longhua, Shenzhen, which is also known as "Foxconn City." The people behind this probably had some heavy influence or even experience with some very big names. It sure feels that way.
I'll update after 2 weeks in Malaysia and Singapore. High hopes though!
(this review typed on the device - and I paid full price, no incentive or any connection to the company)
First, the keyboard is fine for typing. I cant type as fast as on a full size keyboard, but i am able to type accurately despite the smaller keysize. The trackpad is also acceptable, however the proportions are odd (its not long enough), and this creates some issues with trackpad edge jestures in Windows 10. Palm rejection is also non-existant so you have to use the trackpad disable button (fn+f11) to type anything of any length.
Attatching/detatching the tablet is perfect. The magnetic hold is strong enough to carry it reliably by the tablet or the keyboard and takes 2 hands to seperate. I had no issues with Win10 or Android when attaching or removing it.
Having 2 USB type A ports on it is VERY nice. Both ports functioned fine in both OSes.
I did notice a small difference to battery life while using the keyboard (I loose maybe an hour of useable time), but its not a major issue to me.
The thing I probably have the most issue with is how it detects if the lid is closed. When you close it like you would a notebook it doesnt behave like you would expect. Both Windows and Android act like they are going into sleep mode, but both wake up almost instantly. It seems that the screen and the trackpad are detecting each other and there is a lot of random clicking that goes on. This kills the battery and causes all sorts of mayhem. I tested this and the keyboard is still active when you shut the top. The physical act of closing the lid should disable the keyboard entirely (like, cut its power) so that issues like this dont happen.
You can get around this by disabing the trackpad (fn+f11 again) before closing it, but that only seems to work with Windows.
This is the biggest issue and something that Chuwi needs to address before this is a definite recommend. As it is I do use it still and am glad I have it, but its frustrating to have to either do a hard shutdown or detatch the tablet to keep the battery from dying.
EDIT: After a Windows update the WiFi works great. Also, the motherboard on my main computer died shortly after this devices arrival. With the micro HDMI port in play and working great, I am happy using this as my main computer with a Bluetooth mouse and keyboard.