Top 3 China Tablet PC maker brand Chuwi recently launched a 13.5-inch tablet with a Microsoft with a Microsoft Surface Book-like display and a 12.3-inch laptop with a Surface Pro 4-like screen. Chuwi again presented at the HK Consumer Electronics 2017 version smaller, just called Chuwi SurBook Mini.
Chuwi is presenting their product lineups from windows laptops (Lapbook Air, LapBook 12.3, lapbook 14.1, LapBook 15.6 ) to dual boot tablets (Hi12/, Hi10 series and Hi8 series) 2-in-1 tablet Hi13 to Android, along with accessories at the show without exception since it’s been a tradition since 2004.
Chuwi Lapbook Air
You seldom find Ultra High-Quality screen on a budget tablet, but the Chuwi Lapbook Air 14.1 inch 1920×1080 Resolution IPS full lamination screen. The FHD Screen is absolutely gorgeous and probably one of the best that I have tested. It is fully laminated, matte with very good colors and contrast. Anyway, the whole notebook is a value too. The Build quality is top notch, the Intel Apollo Lake N3450 processor with 9th Intel HD graphics 2.2 GHz frequency 14nm technology and 8GB RAM offers decent performance and it also comes with fast and stable Dual Band Wireless Support It’s 36.48 Wh long lasting battery life Backlit keyboard, dim light logo and operating system Windows 10 / Ubuntu OS. If you want a solid notebook at less than $400, then the Chuwi Lapbook Air is your best bet.
Chuwi SurBook mini
Chuwi SurBook mini certainly looks like they fit on the Microsoft Surface family tree. Certainly, this new surbook are likely to be a lot cheaper and less powerful too than Microsoft. The Chuwi SurBook Mini offers a similar equipment around a 10.8-inch display with impressive 1929×1280 pixels. It is the Intel Apollo Lake N3450 CPU installed, which can also access 4GB RAM, the internal flash memory with 64 GB is only half as large. The connections are also largely identical, with two USB 3.0 ports. Windows 10 OS / Ubuntu OS ( laptop mode ) and Dual band WiFi 2.4G/5G supports 802.11 ac.
Chuwi upcoming Hi9 tablet proves they are worlds above that. The Hi9 has an 8.4-inch screen that boasts a 2560×1600 resolution which you’ll rarely find in budget-friendly tablets. It is powered by a MediaTek 8173 64bit quad-core processor with GX6250 GPU, no less, with two high-performance Cortex-A73 cores and two power-efficient Cortex-A53 cores. Equally surprising is the 4 GB of RAM inside, paired with 32 GB of internal storage extended to 128GB. It even has dual band 2.4/.5 GHz Wi-Fi.
For the accessories, they have a multi-ports desktop charger, the Hi-Dock, with a unique design with brackets to hold tablets and mobile phones while charging. It uses ABS+PC materials which were proven to be 94V 2 Levels anti-flaming. It’s palm size, and it contains 3* USB ports and 1* Quick charge 3.0 port. The most-anticipated is their latest laptop, the LapBook Air, which is also currently running a campaign on AliExpress.