Jumper’s EZPad 6 is a model that came out around March this year, but with the older Atom Z8350. By that point, I had given up on reviewing any more Atom’s and quick frankly I was sick of them. Now it has been updated to the new Intel Celeron N3450 Apollo Lake (not sick of them yet!). Other than that it’s more or less the same tablet, but with a type-c port. While it has D/C cha...[Read More]
Looks like 2017 is going to be a good year for Chinese tablets, the second Surface Pro 4 screen tablet is coming in the way of the Chuwi SurBook (Surface Book name rip off?) We have the Cube iwork 3X with the same screen, now this SurBook which has two full sized USB 3.0 ports, 6GB of RAM, Intel Wireless-AC, 128GB eMMC 5.0 for storage and it’s powered by the now very common Intel Celeron N34...[Read More]
The Chuwi Hi13 is the successor to the popular Hi12, it's built around a 13.5-inch 3000 x 2000 screen, with 267 PPI. It's the same screen used on the Microsoft Surface Book. It runs Windows 10, has 4GB of RAM and 64GB eMMC. Other specs include Type-C port, Wireless AC and 10000mAh battery. Optional keyboard dock and active stylus.
Chuwi’s one of the few Chinese tablets manufacturers out there always looking to put the best screens and 3:2 ratio ones in their tablets, well them and Cube. The Chuwi Hi13 continues on with a 3:2 ratio screen like the popular Hi12, but this time around the screen size has increased from 12-inches to 13.5-inches and a resolution of 3000 x 2000 pixels. The PPI or Pixels per Inch is 267, mean...[Read More]
Chuwi has just announced their third Lapbook laptop is coming, the Chuwi Lapbook 12.3. This laptop unlike the other two with 1080p screens has a top-tier display in it, a 2736 x 1824 resolution 3:2 aspect ratio screen. It’s the same panel as used in the Surface Pro 4. The Chuwi Lapbook 12.3 is metal clad and has 6GB of RAM just like the Jumper EZBook Pro, Teclast X3 Plus and Cube iwork3X. O...[Read More]
At Cube’s press event, the Cube iWork3X was also mentioned, a 12.3 inch 2-in-1 tablet with Microsoft’s prized top-tier tablet screen in it. First we got the Surface Pro 2 screen in the i7 Book, then the Surface Pro 3 screen (Chuwi Hi12), and this year the Surface Book screen (Chuwi Hi13, Cube Thinker i35) and now the Surface Pro 4 screen is in the hands of the Chinese tablet manufactur...[Read More]
Update: According to Jumper the first batch will come with no SSD expansion M.2 slot and the second batch with M.2 SSD slot is due on the 20th. In China it’s known as the EZbook Pro, but will sell outside of China as the EZBook 3 Pro. There will be a silver version of the EZBook Pro for those that hate the gold color. It’s now listed on Gearbest for $302 as a preorder and they also st...[Read More]
It’s been a while since we had a new release from Teclast, the last one I reviewed was the X5 Pro, now the X3 Plus is on the way. An 11.6-inch tablet with 6GB’s of RAM (2 x 3GB RAM chips in dual channel), powered by a Celeron N3450 (Apollo Lake) CPU and it runs Windows 10 Home. It will be Teclast’s first Apollo Lake powered tablet. It’s another 2-in-1 with optional keyboard...[Read More]
An interesting notebook from Onda who I normally avoid for build quality issues, well at least in tablets. Called the Xiaoma 41, no not Xiaomi but Xiaoma as in Pony (Translated). Can’t help but feel they messed up on the name, what a stupid naming scheme from them! It’s very similar to the Chuwi Lapbook 14.1, the shame the exact same specs, Quad-core Intel, Celeron N3450, 4GB, 64GB e...[Read More]
Voyo’s Vbook V3 now comes with the new Apollo Lake Celeron N3450 and a larger 12,000 mAh battery but is enough? The Core M3 version had a poor keyboard and thermal throttling. The Atom X5 Z8300 model had USB ports that couldn’t even power external hard drives. Well, the last two points have been fixed, it will power external hard drivers and thermals are good. But Voyo’s poor key...[Read More]
Finally got my hands on the second Chuwi Laptop, the Lapbook 14.1 this model is more impressive over the 15.6″ model I reviewed thanks to it’s new Apollo Lake Celeron N3450, 4GB of dual channel 1600Mhz RAM and the option to even add an SSD in there to expand storage and boost boot and system speeds. Wireless is handled by the excellent dual antenna Intel Wireless AC 3165 chipset with g...[Read More]
The Chuwi LapBook 14.1 is Chuwi's second laptop after the Lapbook 15.6. This model is 14.1-inches, so it's smaller and is powered by the new Celeron N3450 quad-core CPU, with 4GB of RAM. The build is similar to the larger LapBook 15.6, White high-quality plastic build with a black bezel and matte 1080p screen. This is a budget lapbook, due to sell for under $270 USD on release.