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Chuwi Hi13 – Official Press Images & Info

Gearbest have updated the Hi13 listing now with all the official press images and info. It’s also up for preorder at $349. The images show nothing really new here, but it does give use a better look at this flagship Chuwi tablet and Hi13 keyboard. Sadly no full sized ports on the tablet. Just on the keyboard which looks to be USB 2.0 spec ports. The tablet has a full Type-C spec port accordi...[Read More]

Chuwi Hi13 Full Specs, Release Date And Price

Chuwi’s latest tablet, the Chuwi Hi13 is powered by an Apollo Lake N3450, 4GB of RAM with 64GB eMMC is due to be released on the 20th this month (Next week). It will initially be priced at $369 USD. It supports an optional dock with two full-sized USB ports and an optional pressure sensitive HiPen H3 stylus. The HiPen H1 will also work on the tablet according to Chuwi. The Hi13 will sport th...[Read More]

Deals – Apollo Lake Sale: Lapbook 14.1 $229 & EZBook 3 $209

The Intel Apollo Lake Celeron and Pentium series is a nice step up in performance over the Atom X5/X7 series it replaces. And recently I’ve reviewed some new Apollo Lake notebooks, the Chuwi Lapbook 14.1, the Voyo Vbook V3 (With its Yoga 360-degree hinge) and the Jumper EZBook 3 I’m currently using and working on reviewing. These three models are now on a limited sale at Gearbest, the ...[Read More]

Chuwi Hi12 Gets An Atom X5 Z8350 Upgrade & Price Cut

The Chuwi Hi12, which I regard as one of the best dual boot tablets for the price, has quietly been upgraded to the newer revised Atom X5 Z8350 processor, no doubt due to the fact Chuwi simply just ran out of the old Z8300 stock. The newer Z8350 isn’t worth upgrading to if you own the Z8300 model as it’s only a tiny bit faster. Why this Hi12 is one of the best dual OS models is due to ...[Read More]

Cube i35 – Core M3-7Y30 13.5″ Laptop With Surface Book Screen

Cube just posted this on their YouTube account, the Cube i35 lapbtop. It’s a 13.5″ Core M3-7Y30 laptop based around the 13.5″ 3000 x 2000 Surface Book IPS touch screen. The laptop looks to have a thin metal build, will be fanless, has 8GB of RAM and a 256GB SSD. I can also see in the video render a type-C port (Hopefully USB 3.1 like the i7 Book & Mix Plus) DC port for chargi...[Read More]

JDTab J01 Now Listed On Banggood.com

JD.com’s very own tablet is coming, the J01 as it’s labeled, is a joint venture between JD.com, Foxconn, Meizu, LeEco and Harman Kardon. It’s powered by a MediaTek MT8173 SoC with PowerVR GX6260 GPU, 4GB of RAM, 64GB eMMC and speakers from Harman Kardon, UI by Meizu (It will run Flyme) and the CNC metal housing and the rest is made by Foxconn. The battery will be 6200mAh in size ...[Read More]

Jumper EZBook 3 Unboxing, Internals And First Impressions

Jumper’s EZBook 3 is the 2nd of the new Apollo Lake powered laptops out from China, the 3rd being the Onda Xiaoma 41 which I do plan to review once released. This model, unlike the Chuwi Lapbook 14.1 is powered by a dual-core Celeron N3350, with a maximum turbo of 2.4 Ghz. The rest of the specs are rather standard, 4GB of dual channel 1600Mhz RAM, a 64GB eMMC, 9000mAh or 38Wh battery and Rea...[Read More]

Chuwi Hi13 Has Quad Speakers & Wireless AC

China might be having their Chinese New Years break, but that hasn’t stopped Chuwi posting a few more images on their Twitter page. The recently posted press images confirm Wireless AC. My guess is it will be the same Intel dual band Wireless AC 3165 chipset as seen in the Lapbook 14.1. That’s a good thing as it’s a fast chipset with good range. And there is also another image po...[Read More]

Chuwi Lapbook 14.1 Copper Heatsink Mod – Fix High Temperatures

The Chuwi Lapbook 14.1 just might be on of the best budget laptops I’ve reviewed on the site and YouTube channel, it has 4GB of RAM, 64GB eMMC, a decent keyboard and trackpad, great screen and a good build quality. Even the option to add an SSD if you wanted to speed it up and increase storage, but it has one big flaw when it comes to gaming. Gaming on the Chuwi Lapbook 14.1, eventually saw ...[Read More]

Chuwi Lapbook 14.1 Review Online

Second time’s a charm for Chuwi’s Lapbook, the Lapbook 14.1 proves to be one of the best budget laptops around, but it’s still not perfect. Below is my video review of the Chuwi Lapbook 14.1. There will be a write-up and rating soon, but for now, everythings covered in this video review: Bottom line: It’s a great laptop, just has one major issue. Thermals, yet again we see ...[Read More]

Chuwi Lapbook 14.1 Hands-On and SSD Updgrade

Finally got my hands on the second Chuwi Laptop, the Lapbook 14.1 this model is more impressive over the 15.6″ model I reviewed thanks to it’s new Apollo Lake Celeron N3450, 4GB of dual channel 1600Mhz RAM and the option to even add an SSD in there to expand storage and boost boot and system speeds. Wireless is handled by the excellent dual antenna Intel Wireless AC 3165 chipset with g...[Read More]

Voyo Vbook V3 – Pentium N4200 128GB Yogo Style Notebook

My Vbook V3 Apollo Lake N4200 arrived a few days ago, here the unboxing video with a detailed first look at the Voyo Vbook V3 in action. So far the speed of it is great, dual channel 1600mhz RAM + N4200 2,5Ghz and 128GB SSD means it feels quick and snappy, the keyboard however, hasn’t improved from the Core M3 version I reviewed and the Atom model. The keyboard has some bounce and flex, feel...[Read More]

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