Cube iWork12

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]

Cube iwork12 Downloads

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Cube iwork12 Review

The Cube iwork12 is a cheaper version of the popular Core M3 powered Cube i9. The screen, outer housing, and keyboard dock are exactly the same as the i9 model. However the SSD, CPU and Type-C have been replaced with cheaper components. It’s running an Atom X5 Z8300 (quad-core with 1.84Ghz max clock) 4GB of 1600Mhz single channel RAM and a 64GB eMMC. The type-c port is now a MicroUSB port us...[Read More]

Cube iwork12

The Cube iwork12 is a cheaper version of flagship the Cube i9 (Core M3). It shares the same 12.2" 1920 x 1200 screen, touch digitizer, housing and build quality. The only changes to the iwork12 vs the i9 is it's in white, the chipset is now an Atom X5 Z8300, 4GB of RAM and a 64GB eMMC. Full sized USB 3.0 port remains, but the type-c port has been swapped for a MicroUSB USB 2.0 for charging and dat...[Read More]

Cube iwork12 Unboxing and First Impressions

The cheaper version of the Cube i9 is has arrived, the iwork12. Like the iwork11 it’s the cheap Atom version of Cube’s Core M3 flagship. Not a lot as changed, gone is the Core M3 6Y30, replaced with a cheaper Atom X5 Z8300. The 128GB SSD for storage is now a 64GB eMMC and the type-c port is a USB 2.0 port for charging and data. What we do gain is Android / Windows 10 dual boot and it&#...[Read More]

Cube iWork12 – A Cube i9 With An Atom

A Cube i12 reference I found when looking at the Cube i9 keyboard said it also supported a then unknown¬†Cube i12 model. Well, it turns out this i12 is sadly not a Stylus enabled Cube i9. But a cheaper version of the Cube i9 as per GearBest’s Cube iwork12 listing. The build, screen, case with dual kickstand and keyboard is all the same. But the expensive Core M3 is out, replaced with an Atom ...[Read More]

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