CHUWI Hi10 Pro 2 in 1 Ultrabook Tablet PC with Keyboard (10.1 inch Windows 10 + Android 5.1 Intel Cherry Trail Z8350 64bit Quad Core 1.44GHz 4GB RAM 64GB ROM IPS Screen Bluetooth 4.0) £136.28 Delivered w/ code @ Gearbest
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CHUWI Hi10 Pro 2 in 1 Ultrabook Tablet PC with Keyboard (10.1 inch Windows 10 + Android 5.1 Intel Cherry Trail Z8350 64bit Quad Core 1.44GHz 4GB RAM 64GB ROM IPS Screen Bluetooth 4.0) £136.28 Delivered w/ code @ Gearbest

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Found 18th Nov 2016
This is a decent piece of kit for the money, MMC Storage and Gen8 Intel Atom, as well as USB Type C connectivity! Cameras aren't that great to be honest, but otherwise a solid little machine.

Use code Hi10ProBF to get the above price. (Must be signed in)

Brand: CHUWI
Type: Ultrabook
OS: Android 5.1,Windows 10
CPU Brand: Intel
CPU: Intel Atom X5-Z8350
GPU: Intel HD Graphic(Gen8)
Core: 1.44GHz,Quad Core

RAM: 4GB
ROM: 64GB (MMC)
External Memory: TF card up to 128GB (not included)
Screen size: 10.1 inch
Screen resolution: 1920 x 1200 (WUXGA)
Battery Capacity(mAh): 3.7V/6500mAh
Battery / Run Time (up to): 7 hours video playing time
Charging Time (h): 3-4 hours

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57 Comments

Not a bad price.

Anyone know what the custom charges are like once imported in?

Looks good bit of kit, only reservation would be to order from china, anyone know of something similar from the uk, could also do with slightly bigger screen size?

Voted hot as comes with 4gb ram plus keyboard. Full HD screen. Add customs as well to the price. Android version is old.

watching

1. If you were stung by customs what would you roughly pay?
2. What sort of guarantee will you get if paid by PayPal / Credit card?
Thanks

I've just ordered one! So will see when it arrives, but sounds good for the money. Thanks for posting.

Reviews say the wifi is terrible

I ordered the Chuwi Hi12 a while back for my daughter and she loves it. I was only able to try it for a few days before she went to uni but was impressed. The customs declaration on the invoice outside of the package was for something very low and do no additional duty pay - maybe I was lucky.

Anyway she has just asked me to order the keyboard, so must be happy with it.

Hope this helps someone who is undecided. My daughter actually wanted the surface tablet but it was a little expensive. Not as good obviously, with just an atom processor, but still a very capable tablet and dual boot is a bonus.

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Not a bad price. Anyone know what the custom charges are like once … Not a bad price. Anyone know what the custom charges are like once imported in?


keifrb

1. If you were stung by customs what would you roughly pay?


Handling fee (say £10 - £15) plus VAT (say £27) plus undefined customs fee.
gov.uk/goo…uty

Maybe it makes more sense to buy a second hand laptop from a well known manufacturer than to spend money on such rubbish - "Chuwi" lol

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Not a bad price.Anyone know what the custom charges are like once … Not a bad price.Anyone know what the custom charges are like once imported in?



​people who get stung by customs seem to be the ones who go for anything other than standard delivery.
I've had 15+ tablets, phones, android boxes and never been charged.

@big_sausage

Understand where you're coming from, however if you actually try one as I have, it is a well built mini-laptop and is better than 1080p resolution screen. On a 15inch screen laptop, try finding that for less than £400 ! A 2nd hand badged equivalent would be more expensive and less specced

At the moment, it's between this, the Ezbook 2 and a Cube i7 or i9. Pretty hard to find anything with these combinations of specs. HD screen/4gb ram/14" or less/decent cpu and a decent battery. If the price came down a bit the Xiaomi Air laptops would be really tempting, too.

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Not a bad price.Anyone know what the custom charges are like once … Not a bad price.Anyone know what the custom charges are like once imported in?


No custom fees from China, but 20% vat.

gorgo2015

No custom fees from China, but 20% vat.


Plus the carrier's handling fee of £10 - £15.

big_sausage

Maybe it makes more sense to buy a second hand laptop from a well known … Maybe it makes more sense to buy a second hand laptop from a well known manufacturer than to spend money on such rubbish - "Chuwi" lol



yeah some stupid names out there, Onkyo, Samsung, LG (Goldstar). Some of these brands are huge in China, Xiaomi, Chuwi, Doogee, Ondaand most of these are probably the companies that
make the gear for top end brands and copy them. All brands have to start off somewhere

The terms and conditions of Gearbest orders don't exactly inspire confidence,

alexparx

The terms and conditions of Gearbest orders don't exactly inspire … The terms and conditions of Gearbest orders don't exactly inspire confidence,



Hahahahaha, I had similar 'reservations' of them in the past too!, but .....

Let's just say, I've bought a few things from them both this year and last year, and so far so good?, lol. :-)

big_sausage

Maybe it makes more sense to buy a second hand laptop from a well known … Maybe it makes more sense to buy a second hand laptop from a well known manufacturer than to spend money on such rubbish - "Chuwi" lol



No

£182 now

mglteck

£182 now



Login, and use the code above to get the lower price.

Think this deal is hot and seems a good spec. Gets mainly good reviews on Amazon.

What's the option for delivery to try to not pay any extra to HMRC?
1. Unregistered Air Mail
2. Registered Air Mail
3. Priority Line

All are free postage

kedgeman

Think this deal is hot and seems a good spec. Gets mainly good reviews on … Think this deal is hot and seems a good spec. Gets mainly good reviews on Amazon.What's the option for delivery to try to not pay any extra to HMRC?1. Unregistered Air Mail2. Registered Air Mail3. Priority LineAll are free postage



Use the cheapest!

ALL ARE FREE

big_sausage

Maybe it makes more sense to buy a second hand laptop from a well known … Maybe it makes more sense to buy a second hand laptop from a well known manufacturer than to spend money on such rubbish - "Chuwi" lol



​Maybe you have no knowledge to make that assumption

mglteck

£182 now



​And fails to read the first post

big_sausage

Maybe it makes more sense to buy a second hand laptop from a well known … Maybe it makes more sense to buy a second hand laptop from a well known manufacturer than to spend money on such rubbish - "Chuwi" lol



Chuwi are a massive manufacturer of tech in China, the build quality & reliability are excellent

big_sausage

Maybe it makes more sense to buy a second hand laptop from a well known … Maybe it makes more sense to buy a second hand laptop from a well known manufacturer than to spend money on such rubbish - "Chuwi" lol



​Dual boot makes sense. How mzny people have seperate android and windows laptop?. only issue here is Andriod version is little old , but I'm those tech wiz will he able to upgrade it to a newer custom ROM

Tempted, been looking at a 2nd hand surface 3, would this compare to the surface in terms of performance?

CHUWI???? Thanks but no thanks...... I would rather stick with a native known name just for peace of mind if nothing else....The CE mark for most of these tatty imports are a farce and nothing more than a photoshop job.

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Not a bad price.Anyone know what the custom charges are like once … Not a bad price.Anyone know what the custom charges are like once imported in?


No duty fees, but 20% import tax + £8 royal mail handling fee probably

That's dirt cheap for the specs... Really tempted

Was gonna get myself the pavilion x12 but that's about £450

How long is the code active for?

@nomemes

I remember the reaction I got 15 years ago when I recommended buying Samsung shares to a Sony laptop fanboy.

kedgeman

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alexparx

@nomemesI remember the reaction I got 15 years ago when I recommended … @nomemesI remember the reaction I got 15 years ago when I recommended buying Samsung shares to a Sony laptop fanboy.


I agree....some people just dont research 'new names' (even though Chuwi are established and get generally good reviews) and think only old establishished 'well known' brands are worth buying...same happened with SJcam and Hisense when they first came out....there was also an idiot on here a week or 2 ago saying 'Onkyo' were an unknown brand

chuwi stuff is well made. however I'd still be wary of buying stuff direct from China. I used to but alot of stuff from dealextreme and gearbest and most of it has either packed up or in one case exploded

Yes thats the risk you run ...I have never actually used Gearbest but have used Aliexpress and Bangood many times...bought my Hikvision (another 'unknown' make to most people but VERY well regarded by those in the know) CCTV POI system from Aliexpress a couple of years ago for a fraction of the UK price and its been excellent.

but I agree if you value warranty support and ease of returns etc above all else best to to buy local.

Hi all, anybody advise what the Windows performance will be like on this? Need to do Office type docs on it - Word, Excel etc. and google docs also a bit of browsing. Thanks a lot

LMAO at Overwatch screen shot...

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