Looking for Ideal 2-in-1 -> Suggestions?

Looking for Ideal 2-in-1 -> Suggestions?

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  • #181449
    Rod Naugler
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    Hi all,

    I’ve been subscribed to TechTablets on Youtube and I’ve been hoping to see my ideal tablet, but no such luck yet. I’ve also asked on reddit but no joy.
    Here’s what I’m looking for:

    Tablet size (10-13″)

    Stylus Support

    Linux Compatible

    Backlit keyboard

    prefer 8gb ram

    user upgradable SSD

    <$400 CAD

     

    Any ideas?

    #181487
    Dominique
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    • Posts: 9

    He-lo , i am also looking for an 2X1 360° laptop, i know already about the classic one from 2017/2018 some of them are cheap but there is always something poor, like battery, or ram or other things, is there in 2019 a cheap real good one to suggest?

    #181549
    Buenaventura Durruti
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    I have ordered the BMAX Y11, recently announced.

    It is similar to the Teclast F5 but with 8 GB DDR4 RAM.

    #181652
    Andrei Gutu
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    • Posts: 2

    Hi,@statik

    I have the BMAX Y11. It’s configuration is similar to Teclast F5, but not identical. BMAX Y11 has the SSD Foresee on 256Gb(but you can upgrade it easily if you need) and 8Gb RAM. Very nice device. And looks great with the small and accurate logo(in comparison with Teclast F5). Also it works with Linux.  But it is without the ‘Backlit keyboard’, the keyboard is nice but without backlit. I never use the backlit keyboard and apologize that it is not so desired feature.

    The IT and Linux enthusiast.
    Happy owner of Chuwi Hi9 Air and BMAX Y11.

    #181708
    Dominique
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    helo , look nice this BMAX, is the new chuwi ubook a good deal?

    #181709
    LaniaKea
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    How did you start a topic?

    if keeps saying “error” topic cant be created at this time without as much as an explanation for why, and is it problems at my end, or ??.

    Tried the last few days, to start a topic about a 2-1 I purchased, but nahh not doable.

    Feel stupid that I port people over to this site. and I’m starting to see where the lack of activity comes from.

     

    #181740
    Andrei Gutu
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    • Posts: 2

    I think, that yes. But  I saw only the reviews and promo materials about it.

    The IT and Linux enthusiast.
    Happy owner of Chuwi Hi9 Air and BMAX Y11.

    #181741
    Daniel
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    How is the BMAX 11? I’m thinking to get the BMAX 13.3 for my self, backlit 🙂 and it still should accept USB-C charging, to me the backlit of the is the key thing,  I work a lot at night and really need to see the keys :), any way how is the BMAX 11 form build quality and over all does it look it will be reliable?

    #182013
    Brad
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    Hi,@statik I have the BMAX Y11. It’s configuration is similar to Teclast F5, but not identical. BMAX Y11 has the SSD Foresee on 256Gb(but you can upgrade it easily if you need) and 8Gb RAM. Very nice device. And looks great with the small and accurate logo(in comparison with Teclast F5). Also it works with Linux. But it is without the ‘Backlit keyboard’, the keyboard is nice but without backlit. I never use the backlit keyboard and apologize that it is not so desired feature.

      Which Linux distribution version and type of desktop?  thanks.

    #182070
    Dominique
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    • Posts: 9

    Daniel did you purchase the Bmax 13″? is this ok? best deal?

    #182072
    Brad
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    • Posts: 442

    Daniel did you purchase the Bmax 13″? is this ok? best deal?

    also, interested if touchpad and other things working with the Bmax 13 with Linux OS.

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