This one looks interesting, certainly not a powerhouse of a tablet with a Intel Kaby Lake Pentium 4415U which is about as fast as the Core M3-7Y30. But this Surface Pro clone has what looks to be a fine display, a fully laminated 2880 x 1920 3:2 aspect ratio IPS panel. It’s 12.6-inches so nice and large, and it’s about time we had another fully laminated tablet with a high-resolution screen. We have the Cube Knote 8 which I should have soon to review with a 13.3″ 2560 x 1440p OGS screen but I prefer this aspect ratio and I think most would.
Specs seem decent, 8GB of dual channel RAM my guess is DDR3 1866Mhz which is fine doe the type of chipset with Intel 610 HD graphics. A 128GB SSD, it would be an M.2 SATA3 spec one, but not easy to replace.
Ports are covered, Type-C USB 3.1, HDMI, USB 3.0 x 2 and MicroSD. All good there, even a kickstand and fully metal build. Stylus support, check! (Unlike the AllDoCube Knote 8) type-cover keyboard check, let’s hope the touchpad is a Windows precision driver driven one. The build is all metal and the kickstand has a Lenovo watch style hinge set up.
A couple of areas of concern for me, is it passively cooled? At 15W I don’t think it will be fanless, I highly doubt it. And is the keyboard backlit? It’s not mentioned so I assume it isn’t backlit. Stylus tech used? My guess is Goodix or synaptic, definitely not N-Trig or WACOM.
Images of the Vbook i5: