This one has to be the best deal, $281 for a Core M 5Y10 tablet with 4GB of RAM, Wacom stylus support and a 64GB SSD it’s listed for around $350 everywhere else. It also happens to be one of the best Chinese tablets I have reviewed on the site. Unlike the last $299 11.11 sale, Cube has confirmed it will be shipping with a valid Windows 10 installation that’s activated with a valid license (No KMSPico disasters this time!)
If you’re going to get one of these, I highly recommend getting the keyboard dock.
Aliexpress seller OKQI has this one for $209 tomorrow (even less with store discounts), it’s the most powerful Chinese Atom tablet currently available, with 4GB of RAM, Android 5.1 and Windows 10 Home dual boot. It’s powered by an Atom X5 Z8500, with a 12 EU Intel Gen8 GPU. Due to it’s extra power battery life takes a bit of a hit, so be sure to read my review here.
If you don’t have a credit card or want to use PayPal, it’s only $6 more at banggood.com using coupon 3f3128. Banggood also have 10 units for $141, but you’ll have to be super quick to snap up on of those.
Thanks to Ulma for pointing out this AliExpress deal, with the $10 AliExpress discount and the sellers $2 off coupon it comes to only $113 for an Android 5.0 Retina tablet running an Atom Z3735F quad-core with 2GB of Ram. I just received mine yesterday. The good news is it can be converted to Windows 10 / Android 5.0 dual OS or flash the dual OS bios and install Windows 8.1/10 if you have the drivers. But you’ll need a Win 8.1/10 license as it’s not embedded in the bios.
Yes, not a tablet but one of the best, if not the best mobile phone I have reviewed for the price. The 5.5″ Xiamoi Redmi Note 2 has the new MediaTek octa-core X10 Helios SoC in it, 2GB of Ram, 1080p 400PPI screen, 13MP Sony camera with phase autofocus and a 16GB Rom.
Shipping delays and times:
Experience from the last Cube i7 Stylus sale, a lot of patience is required after 11.11 sellers will take a long time to ship out the items due to the huge amount of orders. And if you pay for express DHL/FedEX/EMS shipping it will be quicker. But be warned, you’ll no doubt have to pay hefty taxes and duty on arrival. At least I have to in Spain, 21% IVA (Tax) and 15 euro document fee. Which kills the savings, so the free shipping method is the best option if you can wait.
Shipping times can be up to a month before you see it if it’s China Mail, so keep this in mind. Normally it’s 15-20 days to the EU with PostNL, RoyalMail and Correos shipping some sellers offer that go via EU mail hubs.
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