The new Chuwi UBook X Pro is a classic 2-in-1 hybrid, i.e. a tablet with Windows equipped with a keyboard and a built-in stand, allowing the equipment to be tilted. The whole thing weighs little, only 925 grams, and the tablet is only 9.2 mm thick. The UBook X Pro is equipped with a screen with very good parameters – it is a 13-inch IPS display with a resolution of 2160 x 1440 pixels, presenting an image in a 3: 2 format. Above the panel, there is a selfie camera with a resolution of 2 MP, while on the back there is a place for a 5 MP webcam.
The heart of the Chuwi UBook X Pro tablet is quite an old, almost six-year-old Intel Core i7-7Y75 processor from the seventh-generation Kaby Lake. It is a very energy-efficient unit with a TDP of 4.5W, the maximum clock speed of which is 3.4 GHz. However, this is a system with much better parameters compared to the UBook X model, based on the Celeron N4100. The specification of this model is supplemented by 8 GB of LPDDR3 RAM; as well as an SSD drive with a capacity of 256 GB.
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The battery, on the other hand, is a 38 Wh unit; while on the connection side there are the Wi-Fi Dual Band, Bluetooth 4.2; a Type-C input, and 2 USB 3.0, slots for the micro SD, 3.5 mini-jack input mm. The Chuwi UBook X Pro tablet is made of a lightweight aluminum-magnesium alloy and is just 9.2mm thick. The U-shaped stand can be adjusted to various angles depending on usage. The UBook Pro X comes with the H7 Pen stylus; you can purchase a magnetic keyboard separately to use the tablet as a notebook.
Chuwi UBook X Pro tablet maintains the good performance, portability, battery life, and U-bracket of the UBook series. The upgrade came in the form of a 13-inch 2K 3:2 IPS display. For more information visit on official Chuwi Website.