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Tablet - 3K - Win10 - 4GB - 64GB £281.00 @ Gearbest

£281.00 @ GearBest
detailed specs: http://en.chuwi.com/product/items/Chuwi-Hi13.html Windows 10 Home 64 bit OS Ultra-low-voltage Intel Apollo Lake Quad up to 2.2GHz 13.5" IPS 10-point Touch (1000 pressure levels) 3… Read More
prazak Avatar
3m, 3w agoFound 3 months, 3 weeks ago
detailed specs: http://en.chuwi.com/product/items/Chuwi-Hi13.html

Windows 10 Home 64 bit OS
Ultra-low-voltage Intel Apollo Lake Quad up to 2.2GHz
13.5" IPS 10-point Touch (1000 pressure levels) 3000 x 2000
4GB LPDDR3
64GB eMMC
Dual Band 2.4GHz / 5.0GHz WiFi: 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac wireless
Dual Cameras 2.0MP front and 5.0MP

.. keyboard and pen is optional

considering a purchase depending on heats.. thanks!
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prazak Avatar
3m, 3w agoFound 3 months, 3 weeks ago
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1 Like #1
avoid, poor build quality, non genuine Windows and a million other reasons
banned#2
+£64 vat?
#3
yeah, probably true.. bad seller, dubious manufacturer etc.
1 Like #4
Chuwi are a known manufacturer and this is meant to use legal windows etc.

My problem is these were due for release on February 13th with plenty of news outlets crowing about them, but I can't find a single review from one of them that actually has the device in their hands.
#5
storming specs, wouldn't buy this at all due to potential import duty and warranty issues.. should the need arise.
potential for preloaded viruses possibly?
#6
polarbaba
storming specs, wouldn't buy this at all due to potential import duty and warranty issues.. should the need arise.
potential for preloaded viruses possibly?

yeah, got one of Pepsi PS1 phones with malware that I could get rid off
#7
CampGareth
Chuwi are a known manufacturer and this is meant to use legal windows etc.

My problem is these were due for release on February 13th with plenty of news outlets crowing about them, but I can't find a single review from one of them that actually has the device in their hands.


ive owned a chuwi Windows tab, Windows is activated, but not genuine
1 Like #8
I have the Chuwi HI10 Pro, It is beautifully built and the Windows 10 is genuine.

I purchased form a UK seller with 12 months warranty.
#9
jimswansea
I have the Chuwi HI10 Pro, It is beautifully built and the Windows 10 is genuine.
I purchased form a UK seller with 12 months warranty.

that is a very nice product indeed
#10
windows is genuine but the license sold in china isnt the same as the rest of the word so it has to install as chinese for some reason and you can only change bits to english, most but its a bit wired
1 Like #11
9811194
windows is genuine but the license sold in china isnt the same as the rest of the word so it has to install as chinese for some reason and you can only change bits to english, most but its a bit wired

The licence is the same as for the rest of the World and does not dictate the default language of the software. The language can be changed in Settings -> Time and language -> Region & language -> Add a language. After language pack has been downloaded, you need to return to the Region and language settings and change the default Windows display language to your chosen option.

For each display language, there are further settings available by double clicking the language and adding the requisite keyboard. Additionally, speech and handwriting can also be configured.

For the OP who quoted "considering a purchase depending on heats", the heat should have no bearing as to whether you should purchase this product or not. I live in East Asia and therefore lucky enough to acquire one of the first models and most certainly don't agree with the majority of voters here giving cold ratings - perhaps these people blindly base their cold decisions on the Apollo Lake CPU, which to all intents and purposes, provide enough juice for most tasks. Opening applications is fairly snappy and 4K HEVC encoded video works well on its 3000 x2000 IPS screen. Due to only 64GB of eMMC storage, the option of SSD drive (as per the Voyo VBook V3 Apollo) is sorely missed and which made transferring my Windows image (which exceeds 64GB) very difficult. But I wanted to keep my Windows licence and the workaround was to go to Windows Settings -> Update and security -> Recovery -> Reset this PC in order to remove all installed applications but keeping my licensed copy of Windows intact and consequently allowing for a disc image of a much smaller size to be transferred.


Edited By: ElliottC on Mar 07, 2017 09:17: .
#12
I am voting hot. I won't buy one of these yet as later on this year they will probably have dual boot with Android. If you have ever tried then you will know that Windows is pretty rubbish on a tablet
#13
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+£64 vat?

yeah, probably
#14
**** i ordered this without thinking, didnt realise it has no android


**** they better cancel my order or im ****

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