The new Chuwi Hi13 will run the new Celeron N3450 Apollo Lake. 14nm, with Gen9 Intel HD 500 graphics with 12 EU cores (Same as the Atom Z83X0). With a maximum turbo of 2.2Ghz, it has 4GB of DDR3 RAM and a 64GB for storage eMMC runs Windows 10 Home (For now) I sure hope they have plans for a dual OS version. Remember the Hi12 first only came with Windows 10 so hopefully there will be a larger dual boot release with Android or Remix and Windows 10. The battery is 10,000mAh in size.
The Chuwi Hi13 has dual-band wireless, a type-c port (USB 3.0), MicroUSB 2.0, microSD slot and micro HDMI out. Just like the Hi12, it supports an optional removable keyboard dock with two USB ports either side, I hope they are USB 3.0 spec. The pogo port connector is using a 10 pin layout so it could be possible? Or 10 pins as there is a battery in the keyboard dock?.
The screen is the same as the Surface Book’s 3000 x 2000 pixels with 267 PPI, in a large 13.5 inches, with a color gamut of 100% sRGB. The screen supports an active stylus. And the design looks very similar to the last Chuwi tablets, the Hi10 Plus and HiBook Pro series.
No word on the price, stylus specs or pictures of the keyboard. It’s safe to say that screen isn’t fully laminated.
Yes, I’ll be reviewing this one. So what do you think? I think it looks good, just a shame there are no full sized ports on the tablet itself. That is one of the things I really enjoyed about my Hi12 having those two full sized USB ports is very handy. And I hope there are plans for a Remix OS 3.0 & Windows 10 dual OS version.