My review of the Hi10 is finally done, in between order issues, getting it late from sellers and flying back to New Zealand it took me a while longer to review this one. I did wait for the second batch that had Windows 10 64bit too. So this was another reason for the delay.
But my time with the Hi10 has been good, and I’m glad to say it’s a worthy upgrade over the popular Vi10 despite the plasticky body. Decent battery life, a great 16:10 ratio screen and those full sized ports make it one of my favorites for an all around 2-in-1 tablet. I’m still waiting for Hi10 keyboard to arrive so will update the review when it does. Here’s the Chuwi Hi10 Review.
And my video review and summary of the Onda oBook 11 is now online. The design and build have great promise, but Onda being Onda just blew it again with too many issues. Voyo has built their own laptop with this same ODM, so that might be one to look for. As it is I have ordered the Voyo vBook v3 to review, that one looks interesting, another Lenovo Yoga clone, but in 13 inches, with 4GB/64GB eMMC and stylus support.