Cube i6 Air 3G Dual Boot Review now live.

Cube i6 Air 3G Dual Boot Review now live.

Our Cube i6 Air 3G Dual Boot review is now up. Was Cube’s attempt at a better dual boot tablet enough to best the Teclast X98 Air 3G and the Onda v919 Air 3G? Find out in the full detailed review here:

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  1. Hi Chris!

    I have interesting news about the Cube i6 Wifi version (if someone haven’t said these before)

    It has no any matte coating on the display, very decent panel, great blacks, viewing angles and brightness.

    It has unfortunately Ncard emmc with very bad measured speed, although i haven’t experienced any speed problems in everyday usage. Multitasking, gaming etc is smooth and as fast as it can be with this cpu. I highly recommend this tablet. I think the most important thing when you buy a phone or tablet is stability. Cube made a stable tablet (bulid quality, android and windows software stability and reliability). You can leave it powered on at night, in windows there is only 3% discharge under 9 hours.


    • Thanks for the update, seems Cube listened! They heard the complaints and removed the anti glare film. It’s a great tablet, the build quality is great. Shame about the NCard eMMC, I have them in the Chuwi Hi8 and Vi8 and you’re correct, it’s slow but in normal day to day use I do not feel it slowing it down. Only when transfer large media files so I see it.

    • Oh forgot to add, now all Cube needs to do is add a 64GB emmc and it will be the best 4:3 retina style dual boot around.

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