Chuwi has a new release coming, the Hi10 X. It’s similar to their old Hi10 models it looks like a rehash of old and new. 10.1″ 1920 x 1200 fully laminated IPS screen with H3 stylus support. Powered by the Gemini Lake (No new Intel chips yet!) with only 6GB of DDR4 RAM and 128GB eMMC. 8GB of DDR4 would have been better of course and the tablet has a full metal unibody build. Two Type-C ports, one supports charging as well as data and the other data only.
The good news is the keyboard dock has two full-sized USB ports USB 3.0 and 2.0 spec. The tablet will sell for $219 USD and due to ship on the 17th this month. This price for the spec is actually quite acceptable I feel, normally for around $200 you would get much less. The only Apollo Lake chips and no HDMI 2.0 output the Gemini Lake supports.
Other specs include 2MP front webcam, 5MP autofocus rear. Wireless AC + BT 5.0 (Intel Wireless 3165 chip no doubt) The battery is another con, just 24Wh but it weighs only 544 grams, as a result, the tablet. Expect only 5 hours or some run time from this.
This to me feels like a release just to use up old parts, screens and keyboards before Chuwi gears up for new 2020 Intel Elkhart Lake chipsets based on 10nm.