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Cube i7 Book 10.6" skylake tablet £220 @ banggood £220.22

£220.22 @ BangGood
Use coupon b2b6b8 to get the price. 10.6" WACOM stylus compatible Full hd screen 1920x1080 M.2 SSD(2242) 64GB + 4Gb RAM Intel Core m3 6Y30 WiFi ac Keyboard for £35 from gearbest EU store htt… Read More
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1m, 2w agoFound 1 month, 2 weeks ago
Use coupon b2b6b8 to get the price.

10.6" WACOM stylus compatible Full hd screen 1920x1080
M.2 SSD(2242) 64GB + 4Gb RAM
Intel Core m3 6Y30
WiFi ac

Keyboard for £35 from gearbest EU store
http://www.gearbest.com/tablet-accessories/pp_393854.html?wid=3

Cheap Fujitsu stylus I believe should work
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/132138077060
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#2
Does that include VAT?
6 Likes #3
Clever and somewhat likely to mislead name
1 Like #4
IamMT
Does that include VAT?
No.
2 Likes #5
spannerzone
Clever and somewhat likely to mislead name

Yeah, very likely...
#6
nice way to confuse/mislead whit the name i7.... wonder which brain of Britain came up with that one....
#7
Sly name...triggered my i7 filter notification.
1 Like #8
I know the reviews were posted but any actual consumer reviews on this? Very tempted purely because of spec and the Wacom compatibility.

On another note, if this does have an M.2 SSD would it be possible to upgrade it perhaps?
2 Likes #9
Cold
Shockingly misleading
1 Like #10
M0nk3h
I know the reviews were posted but any actual consumer reviews on this? Very tempted purely because of spec and the Wacom compatibility.
On another note, if this does have an M.2 SSD would it be possible to upgrade it perhaps?
Yes its upgradable to 512gb. The whole back pops off pretty easily.

This guy has even fitted a bigger 22x60 M.2 drive
http://www.nipaph.com/hacking/cube-i7-book-hack/
2 Likes #11
winchman
M0nk3h
I know the reviews were posted but any actual consumer reviews on this? Very tempted purely because of spec and the Wacom compatibility.
On another note, if this does have an M.2 SSD would it be possible to upgrade it perhaps?
Yes its upgradable to 512gb. The whole back pops off pretty easily.
This guy has even fitted a bigger 22x60 M.2 drivehttp://www.nipaph.com/hacking/cube-i7-book-hack/

Interesting. Now to just get some real-world consumer reviews.

mrew42
Cold
Shockingly misleading

Oh grow up, you can clearly see the spec in the description so in no way is this misleading. You should really be venting your anger towards the company.
1 Like #12
winchman
IamMT
Does that include VAT?
No.
So how much is it with VAT & customs charges?
1 Like #13
M0nk3h
winchman
M0nk3h
I know the reviews were posted but any actual consumer reviews on this? Very tempted purely because of spec and the Wacom compatibility.
On another note, if this does have an M.2 SSD would it be possible to upgrade it perhaps?
Yes its upgradable to 512gb. The whole back pops off pretty easily.
This guy has even fitted a bigger 22x60 M.2 drivehttp://www.nipaph.com/hacking/cube-i7-book-hack/
Interesting. Now to just get some real-world consumer reviews.
mrew42
Cold
Shockingly misleading
Oh grow up, you can clearly see the spec in the description so in no way is this misleading. You should really be venting your anger towards the company.
I wasn't venting and I'm not Angry
Don't be such an overbearing **** when someone has an opinion which doesn't match yours.
#14
I'm not really sure if this and the i7 Stylus have same specifications. But my gf has one now for like 2 years. I'm relly jealous. It is a really nice device for the price. Ask meif you want to know something.
1 Like #15
M0nk3h
winchman
M0nk3h
I know the reviews were posted but any actual consumer reviews on this? Very tempted purely because of spec and the Wacom compatibility.
On another note, if this does have an M.2 SSD would it be possible to upgrade it perhaps?
Yes its upgradable to 512gb. The whole back pops off pretty easily.
This guy has even fitted a bigger 22x60 M.2 drivehttp://www.nipaph.com/hacking/cube-i7-book-hack/
Interesting. Now to just get some real-world consumer reviews.
https://techtablets.com/forum/forums/cube/cube-i7-book/

All looks ok, just a bit picky on which microSD will work.

Edited By: winchman on Apr 11, 2017 15:34
1 Like #16
sandisk 64gig sdxc working for sure
1 Like #17
mrew42
M0nk3h
winchman
M0nk3h
I know the reviews were posted but any actual consumer reviews on this? Very tempted purely because of spec and the Wacom compatibility.
On another note, if this does have an M.2 SSD would it be possible to upgrade it perhaps?
Yes its upgradable to 512gb. The whole back pops off pretty easily.
This guy has even fitted a bigger 22x60 M.2 drivehttp://www.nipaph.com/hacking/cube-i7-book-hack/
Interesting. Now to just get some real-world consumer reviews.
mrew42
Cold
Shockingly misleading
Oh grow up, you can clearly see the spec in the description so in no way is this misleading. You should really be venting your anger towards the company.
I wasn't venting and I'm not Angry
Don't be such an overbearing **** when someone has an opinion which doesn't match yours.

I mean, in no way was the post misleading and there's no real reason to stoop to calling someone an overbearing **** either. The OP PROVIDED the specs, if he hadn't of provided said spec then I'd fully agree but both Banggood and the OP PROVIDED this, it's upto the consumer to read this.

Are you going to go complain on every hard disk thread now or to the manufacture because they "mislead" you with the storage stated? I mean, you know the whole HDDgate stating 500GB or *insert size here* and being considerably smaller?

Besides which, anyone remotely thinking they're getting an i7 10.1" tablet for this price should probably re-evaluate.

Here, I even got you the link to complain, providing it's the correct link :)
http://www.cube-tablet.com/contacts

Ah damn, it's probably misleading in some way...
2 Likes #18
I'd also like to complain that the description bears further untruths that this tablet is not in fact cube shaped let alone not an i7... it's a disgrace that us hard working multimillionaires are expected to get our butlers to read all the specifications before purchasing. What has the world come to?!?


Edited By: spannerzone on Apr 11, 2017 18:20
4 Likes #19
spannerzone
I'd also like to complain that the description bears further untruths that this tablet is not in fact cube shaped let alone not an i7... it's a disgrace that us hard working multimillionaires are expected to get our butlers to read all the specifications before purchasing. What has the world come to?!?



I dont think its a book either...
2 Likes #20
parabootz
spannerzone
I'd also like to complain that the description bears further untruths that this tablet is not in fact cube shaped let alone not an i7... it's a disgrace that us hard working multimillionaires are expected to get our butlers to read all the specifications before purchasing. What has the world come to?!?
I dont think its a book either...
You'll be telling me it's no good for headache's next..
#21
So many untruths about this product :D
#22
I've had this for a while now - but it overheats :( Not sure if newer batches have resolved the issue.
#23
louiselouise
I've had this for a while now - but it overheats :( Not sure if newer batches have resolved the issue.
There is a mod for adding copper a heatsink according to a couple of websites, as you say may have changed for newer models.


Edited By: winchman on Apr 13, 2017 12:33: kk
#24
winchman
louiselouise
I've had this for a while now - but it overheats :( Not sure if newer batches have resolved the issue.
There is a mod for adding copper a heatsink according to a couple of websites, as you say may have changed for newer models.
I saw it at the time on TechTablets, I'm not techie enough to do my own mod.
#25
http://www.banggood.com/Cube-Mix-Plus-128GB-Intel-Kaby-Lake-7Y30-Dual-Core-10_6-Inch-Windows-10-Tablet-PC-p-1109155.html
There is the Cube Mix Plus which is an update to the i7 Book. £250 with a 128Gb SSD and faster processor, worth the extra £30 i think. Use code da8982 to get the discounted price.


Edited By: winchman on Apr 13, 2017 20:27: ll
#26
winchman
http://www.banggood.com/Cube-Mix-Plus-128GB-Intel-Kaby-Lake-7Y30-Dual-Core-10_6-Inch-Windows-10-Tablet-PC-p-1109155.html
There is the Cube Mix Plus which is an update to the i7 Book. £250 with a 128Gb SSD and faster processor, worth the extra £30 i think. Use code da8982 to get the discounted price.

Have tried posting this as a deal but for some unknown reason that HUKD don't appear to want to share they have taken it down, I have sent an email but got no response... Seems a good deal to me for a tablet with a M3-7Y30 processor...

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