Cube Thinker i35 Notebook VS Chuwi Hi13 Design, Hardware, Features Review

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A few days ago Cube presented new models of their devices. One of the most interesting models is the original name of the device i35. However, due to the fact that the Cube Thinker sounds better, it was under this name will appear on the market and Chuwi unveiled a new tablet computer Hi13. The manufacturer positions this device as a competitor hybrid notebook Surface Book from Microsoft. Bothare their latest creations, powerful, beautiful, with very good specs. We have reviewed them Part by Part but never one against the Each other.

CUBE Thinker is equipped with a 13.5 inch 3K IPS display, brings your photos and videos to life. Powered by 7th Generation Intel Core m3-7Y30 processor, ensures high performance. Dual band 2.4GHz / 5.0GHz WiFi supported, ensures you high-speed surfing.

Chuwi Hi13 running the operating system Windows 10, has a quad-core Intel Celeron N3450 Apollo Lake, as well as a 13.5-inch display, like Surface Book. Everything else.

Related: Chuwei HI13 Design, Antutu, Geekbench, Features, Battery Review with Coupon

Design

Cube Thinker

Cube Thinker comes with a design that closely resembles that of the much more famous MacBook, especially as regards the design of the dock with keyboard, clearly inspired by the Apple product. Cube i35 Thinker is equipped with a touchscreen display IPS from 13.5 inches with the particular resolution 3000 x 2000 pixels , high-definition, more than suitable to multimedia and rolling stock up to 180 °.

Chuwi Hi13 is a 13.5-inch Windows 10 tablet or 2-in-1, since Chuwi has a keyboard on the way for the tablet too. But the keyboard will launch a few weeks behind the tablet. The display has a 3000 x 200 resolution, with a wide-angle IPS panel, and support for the optional Chuwi HiPen H3 and HiPen H1 stylus which are active Wacom digitizers with support for 1024 pressure levels, and magnetic attachment to the side of the tablet, just like on a Surface Book. The screen has a 100% color gamut, and a high 480 nits brightness. And Chuwi Hi13 even has quad-speakers with a 1 watt speaker in each corner.

Hardware

Cube Thinker

Cube Thinker Combined with this Intel Core M3-7Y30 processor, a dual quad-core threads running from 1 to 2.6 GHz with 4 MB of cache memory and a TDP of 4.5 watts. A solution that can be dissipated passively but which will still have a little struggle to power properly applications in 3K. Its graphics circuit is a very good Intel HD 615 running from 300 to 900 Mhz, a chip that proves excellent in FullHD but that will probably be a little less comfortable in 3000 x 2000 pixels. The RAM is rather comfortable, not less than 8 GB embedded, probably soldered to the motherboard, which should offer a lot of robustness to use for the Cube Thinker. The storage is entrusted to a non-detailed SSD of 256 GB type M.2, which is again a rather coherent solution for a machine of this type.

Chuwi Hi13

Chuwi HI13 has for processor the Intel Apollo lake Celeron N3450 clocked at 1.1 GHz. For grpahics, chuwi hi13 has a 9th Gen Intel HD Graphics 500 which supports DX12. Equipped with 4GB DDR3 RAM and 64GB of internal storage, the space is for sure more than enough. It also supports expansion of the internal storage, through external card up to 128GB.

Features

Cube Thinker

The WiFi is 802.11AC associated with a Bluetooth 4.0 and the device incorporates a 2 megapixel webcam. Two USB 3.0 type A ports are available on both sides of the machine, power will be supplied via a standard DC jack and a USB Type-C jack such as a 3.5 mm stereo jack are also integrated into the machine. A pair of stereo speakers are integrated and a fingerprint reader is visible on the touchpad. A stylus also seems to be of the part if one believes some photographs but without knowing exactly if it will be part of the basic package. The battery is a 5000 mAh in 7.6 volts given as allowing 8 to 10 hours of autonomy to the machine. On this point, I tick a bit because I can not imagine enough a 5000 mAh hold the shock 10 hours feeding a screen 3000 x 2000 pixels. I think this figure should be greatly overestimated for the Cube Thinker. The mark, on the other hand, indicates a rather realistic charging time of 3 to 4 hours.

Chuwi Hi13

As far as connectivity is concerned, Chuwi’s new 2 in 1 tablet has 2.4 GHz / 5 GHz dual-band WiFi, and also has a Type C USB port and support for audio and video. The battery has a surprising capacity of 10,000 mAh to give users a great autonomy , and also thanks to the fast charging 24 W you will not have to wait too long for it to complete. In the photographic section, we find that the Chuwi Hi13 is equipped with a main camera of 5 MP and a front of 2 MP . The sound comes from the hand of four ACC loudspeakers, one located at each corner of the screen, placed in this way to offer quality audio. In addition, the new Chuwi HiPen H3 will soon be available , and the HiPen H1 is also compatible with the tablet.

Conclusion

Cube Thinker and Chuwi HI13 are two very good tablets. Both come with different but very good specs. So according to what exactly you might be looking, you can find, in dimensions, features, hardware. but we Remmoended Chuwi Hi13 Because it available in very low price then Cube thinker. You can find both at Gearbest. Cube Thinker Business Laptop is in presale at $686.21 if you use our coupon: VIPTableta13 and the Chuwi Hi13 is in preorder at $329.99 if you Use our coupon code intel02.

Update on Sept.25, 2017: Use coupon code: Cubethinker  at $579.99 for CUBE Thinker Notebook Fingerprint Sensor

Update on Aug.15:

1) CHUWI Hi13 2 in 1 Tablet PC – EU PLUG
coupon code: GHi13
SP: $299.99
Check here: Update Daily: Chuwi Tablet PC Coupon Collection from Gearbest 

Start End Items (English) pro price Coupon Amount
10.7 10.31 CHUWI Hi13 2 in1 Tablet PC 278.99usd GHi13 30
10.13 10.31 CHUWI Hi13 2 in1 Tablet PC 277.69 Hi13GB 100
2017/10/14 22:00 Cube thinker 569.99 11nov322 50
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