The X from Alldocube started out as a crowdfunding 10.5" tablet built around Samsung's SAMOLED 2560 x 1600 panel. This screen is fully laminated and only found in one other tablet, the $600+ Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 their flagship tablet. The Alldocube X has thin 6.7mm unibody 500 gram alloy build. MicroSD support, wireless AC and BT 4.1. It runs stock Android 8.1 and is power by a Hexacore MediaTek ...[Read More]
The Knote5 from Alldocube is an 11.6" tablet that runs Windows 10, on the Gemini lake Celeron N4100 quad-core CPU. It has 4GB of DDR4 2400Mhz RAM, 128GB of storage and wireless ac, bt 4.1. It supports an optional keyboard kickstand combo. The battery is 6500mah or 24Wh. Good for a claimed 6 hours video playback. The screen is 1920 x 1080 IPS. No full-sized USB ports, but as a Type-C port and Micro...[Read More]
The Cube iwork8 Air is an upgraded version of the dual OS iwork8. It has the same design and spec, but the screen has now been updated to a 1920 x 1200 16:10 IPS panel. Specs: Atom X5 Z8300,2GB DDR3 1600Mhz RAM, 32GB eMMC, 2MP front and rear cameras, Wireless N/BT 4.0 and it runs Windows 10 home and Android 5.1.
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]
The iwork10 Ultimate is an upgraded version of the i10 with a full metal body,1920 x 1200 10.1 inch display. It comes with Windows 10 Home, or Android 5.1 and Windows 10 Home dual boot. The iwork10 is powered by an Atom X5 Z8300, 4GB of single channel DDR3 Ram. 64GB eMMC for storage and supports an optional transformer style magnetic docking keyboard with two full USB 2.0 ports.
Cube’s new Skylake Core M3-6Y30 powered i9 tablet was recently announced, up until now we only had all the info and promo images in Chinese. I found these on Aliexpress, advertising promo images of the tablet in English. The Cube i9 is currently listed from $509 on Aliexpress, due to Chinese New Year it’s unlikely to ship out until after. I’ve ordered mine for review here, but I ...[Read More]
This was posted on Cube’s Weibo today: August 13 there are three days away CUBE will have a major announcement, the next-generation flagship product? Or a new round of cooperation with industry giants, we’ll see. My guess is both, maybe they have a 9.7″ retina Cherry Trail X98 Pro rival in the works? And have also teamed up with Intel like Teclast have? Source: Weibo
The Cube i7 Remix is a 11.6 inch tablet running the Custom Remix OS. It features a premium build with a slim body, 1920 x 1080p screen and a large keyboard dock with two full USB 2.0 ports on its rear. The i7 Remix runs on an Intel Z3735F which can turbo up to 1.8Ghz.
Cube are having a competition to win a Cube i7 Stylus that has just recently been released. All you have to do is like their Facebook page, comment on the top post and share it with 3 friends and your in to win. You have from now until the 5th of July and the winner will be picked on the 6th. The Cube i7 Stylus is a Wacom stylus tablet with a keyboard dock. It’s got a Core M 5Y10, 4GB of Ram...[Read More]
Cube have released a new tablet, it’s the i7 Remix which is based of the Remix OS that the Jide Remix uses. A custom Android OS with a multitasking focus and some nice refinements. Its got the same shell, 11.6″ 1080p AUO IPS display and keyboard dock with two usb 2.0 ports as the Cube i7. However it’s not powered by the 5Y10 Core M. In place of the this soc we have a Bay Trail Z3...[Read More]