10-12" Windows tablet for notetaking and surfing the net (200$)

10-12" Windows tablet for notetaking and surfing the net (200$)

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  • #45516

    Matt
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    Hey
    Im looking for a tablet 10-12″ with windows for 200$. I would like to take notes, so I dont know what type of digitizer I need. I would like to not detect my hand, when im holding a pen.  I would prefer shiping from UE, because taxes is high. For I think about Chuwi Hibook and Teclast tbook 11 form gearbest.

    #45523

    Chris G
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    Cube iwork10 Ultimate/Flagship would suit your needs I think. Has an active stylus. More info and the review here: http://techtablets.com/cube-iwork10-ultimate/

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    #45548

    Matt
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    Thanks, but a lot of people complaining about this tablet. Especially on rev.2. With so many defects (ram, memory, usb-c)  it will be the best choice?
    Now I noticed that it is hard to find a well-functioning pen for this tablet.

    #45665

    ScutMonkey
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    While I have some complaints about the iwork 10 that I have, it’s still a crazy value for what you get.  Is the type-c connection a disappointment?  Yes.  Is the SSD of the slower kind?  Yes.  But for $250 US, I got a 10 inch tablet with a hard shell keyboard which can do everything I want a tablet to do quickly and responsively and with a beautiful screen.  I work in IT and I got to work on a Surface 3 pro this week.  The only thing that pro had over the iwork 10 was the ability to play better games because of the better CPU.  Otherwise, my iwork 10 was just as nice.

    #45704

    Matt
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    So I can easily go for Cube iWork10 for 150$. Thanks, I thought with these defects, it is not worth to buy.

    #45733

    Anonymous
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    No one has tested the chuwi vi10 plus yet, and they only released with remix os, but the dual os coming soon will have a price tag of $239, but if they have a pre-sale on it, I guess it will drop under 200.

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