Chuwi Hi12

Chuwi Hi12 vs Chuwi Hi13 Comparison

This one is for those of you asking for a comparison between the Chuwi Hi13 and the Hi12. Hopefully, this will clear things up on which suits your needs best. And if that $100 extra for the newer Hi13 is worth it or not, I think it is but it all depends on what you want the tablet for. So there is a big price difference: The Chuwi Hi13 is $306 with coupon CHUWI25%OFF here And the last gen Hi12 is ...[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]

Comparison: Cube iwork12 Vs Chuwi Hi12

The comparison many of you have been asking for, both of these 12″ tablets are very similar with the exact same specs, Atom X5 Z8300, 4GB DDR3L 1600Mhz RAM, 64GB eMMC, Wireless N. And both run Android 5.1 and Windows 10 Home. The key differences are stylus support, their screens and battery life. I won’t go into benchmarks as they both perform about the same in 3DMark, Geekbench 3, PCM...[Read More]

Chuwi Hi12 Stylus Hands On With The HiPen

Banggood’s Stylus for the Hi12 turned out to be the real deal, the official Chuwi HiPen. I’ve just tested it out briefly in the below unboxing and test video. The stylus looks exactly like the Teclast X3 Pro one. Same build, just missing the logo but it must run on other frequency which is why it didn’t work on the Hi12. I can also confirm that it works on my Cube iwork10 Ultimat...[Read More]

Confirmed, Latest Dual Boot Chuwi Hi12 Batch Is the Stylus Version.

Banggood has now confirmed that all the stock they sell off the Hi12 Dual SO version is the stylus enabled version with new the hardware required for stylus support. There was some confusion over this as it seemed some of older first dual OS models didn’t have the hardware needed for the stylus. But the new latest model does. (Lucky me that ordered a first dual boot version might not get the...[Read More]

Intel Sponsored Sale: Chuwi Hi12 $209, Hi10 $156.99, Teclast X3 Pro $439

Edit: The sale ends today, so last chance to save with Intel and PayPal’s discounts. Intel is really pushing the 2 in 1 tablet, not only do they have Jim parsons fronting a series of new adverts. But now even sponsoring the coupon discounts in this GearBest 2 in 1 sale. On from tonight until the 25th. They have some really good deals, the Chuwi Hi12 for $209, the lowest price I’ve seen...[Read More]

Daily Deals: Chuwi Hi12 $229 & Cube iwork10 Ultimate $160

Update: Banggood has slashed the price again to just $229 with coupon 01d22c Thanks to Mahadi for pointing this out. Banggood has a coupon just added for the Chuwi Hi12, bringing the price down to $229 from $279. For some reason prices went up on this one just after it released. But good to see they have now dropped again. If you’re new to the Chuwi Hi12, it’s a large 12″ tablet ...[Read More]

2 in 1 Deals: Cube i10 Ultimate, Chuwi Hi12 & Cube iwork11 Sale

Gearbest has a flash sale on the following tablets in limited quantities: The Cube i10 Ultimate or Cube i10 Flagship. It’s a nice 2 in 1 tablet similar to the Chuwi Hi10 or Hi10 Air. It has much better build over the Hi10 and the keyboard is better with slightly larger keys, better build qaulity with metal and two USB 2.0 ports. A nice alternative to the Hi10 if you don’t mind the lack...[Read More]

12″ Tablet Deals: Chuwi Hi12 $246 & Cube i9 Core M3 $499

A two new deals have popped up online, while most other retailers have put the price of the recently review Chuwi Hi12 up to $279 and even $299. Gearbest has lowered their price to $246 for a limited time for the black and grey version. The white and gold version is $249 just a few dollars more. And the Cube i9, the first Chinese Skylake Core M3-6Y30 12″ tablet with kickstand has been droppe...[Read More]

Chuwi Hi12 Review Now Online

Just finished my Chuwi Hi12 Review, if you’re thinking about this model I recommend you have a good look over the review and the included hands-on videos. Being an Atom X5 Z8300 with 4GB of RAM we know it’s no beast, but it performs quite well for the hardware it has. Good eMMC speeds no doubt help and overall I’ve enjoyed using and reviewing this tablet over the last eight days....[Read More]

Chuwi Hi12 Review

Low-end tablets are improving each year in leaps and bounds. And now that the Samsung PLS panel used in the Surface Pro 3 is no longer exclusive or in fact needed by Microsoft, Chinese manufacturers now have the new larger 3:2 ratio screen to base their tablet builds around. Chuwi is the first the get their has on this panel and give us what that they think an Atom 12″ 3:2 tablet should be. ...[Read More]

Chuwi Hi12 – Benchmarks, Screen And Thoughts So Far

After my unboxing and first hands on with the Chuwi Hi12 I felt the screen brightness just wasn’t enough on the 2160 x 1440 Samsung PLS panel, nothing like how I remembered it to be on my Surface Pro 3. Luckily the brightness being dimmed a little was due to Intel’s graphics power saving settings. Disabling it pushes the max brightness now to just over 302 cd/m2 which is better. I also...[Read More]

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