Chuwi Lapbook Pro. It’s the newer model that ended up replacing the Lapbook SE. But is it any better? It still has the Celeron N4100, 4GB of DDR4 RAM but an even better screen. Sadly the keyboard isn’t quite as good and it’s missing power delivery support on that Type-C which it really should have. Find out the full story in the below Chuwi Lapbook Pro Review.
Chuwi appears to be one of the most active companies from China, at least as far as tablets and laptops production are concerned. The electronics maker did indeed recently launch two new tablets namely called Chuwi HiPad and Chuwi Hi9 Plus, soon after the Chuwi LapBook SE we’ve just checked out. Let’s begin with the “older” and more affordable of the two – the Chuwi H...[Read More]
Chuwi has just asked via Twitter to their followers what specifications are we all looking for in the next Chuwi device? Of course, I let them know my thoughts. Intel Core M3, 8GB of RAM USB 3.1 Type-C and fully laminated screen. And also I commented to just add a Core M3 and Type-C USB 3.1 to the Lapbook Air. But make sure you let them know, tweet them the specs you think their next device should...[Read More]
With Black Friday only a day and bit away, Chuwi has already kicked off their Black Friday sale on tablets. Starting today (22nd) they have some discounted items till the 30th of November. The Black Friday Chuwi page is here on Aliexpress. One of the best deals is on the Hi10 Plus. It has a Surface 3 3:2 aspect ratio screen, Atom Z8350, 4GB RAM 64GB eMMC with Windows 10 and Remix OS 2.0 (Android 5...[Read More]
We have our first giveaway on the site. One brand new Chuwi HiBook and keyboard dock. You can enter below, be sure to complete all the fields to get maximum entries. This is an international giveaway open to all. You can enter now until the 19th, Winner will be notified. 48 hours after the giveaway ends. If you haven’t seen my reviews on the HiBook you can find them below: Chuwi HiBook Revie...[Read More]
The HiBook is a 2 in 1 Atom X5 Z8300 powered tablet. It's a dual OS model with 4GB of RAM and a 64GB eMMC. Other specs include a USB type-c port for faster charging and data, plus an optional keyboard dock with two USB 2.0 ports. The battery is a 6600mAh cell, good for around 6 hours of use.
At the end of their Weibo press event today, Chuwi posted this last image. It would seem they are working on a 4th Cherry Trail model? I would love to see a Core M from Chuwi, but my guess is maybe they are working an 11.6″ 1920 x 1080 tablet to compete with the Teclast X16 Power & X16 Pro models? With either an Atom X5 Z8500 or even a X7 Z8700 SoC, 4GB of Ram and a larger keyboard dock ...[Read More]
Three new tablets to review this week, this Hi8 is the third. Here is the unboxing video. Its got exactly the same look as the Vi8 Ultimate model just released, but with a better screen. If you missed it, check out my Chuwi Vi8 Vs Chuwi Hi8 comparison to get an idea of which is best (There is no clear cut winner). Good build quality, the screen is a huge upgrade over the old 1280 x 800 one. ItR...[Read More]
Chuwi have updated the Vi8 for the 3rd time now, with the release of the Chuwi Vi8 Ultimate Edition. Aiming for the best budget 8 inch dual boot it seems, gone is the Atom Z3635F 1.8Ghz, replaced with a slightly faster Atom Z3736F 2.16Ghz SoC. The housing is now similar to the Vi10 And V10HD with a glass back, metal trims making it more premium looking and Chuwi claim it’s a thin 7.9 mm. Als...[Read More]