Chuwi Vi10 Ultimate Windows 10 Intel Cherry Trail Z8300 64bit Quad Core 1.44GHz 10.6 inch IPS Screen 2GB RAM 32GB ROM Bluetooth 4.0 Cameras £85.51 Flash Sale Price @ Gearbest
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Chuwi Vi10 Ultimate Windows 10 Intel Cherry Trail Z8300 64bit Quad Core 1.44GHz 10.6 inch IPS Screen 2GB RAM 32GB ROM Bluetooth 4.0 Cameras £85.51 Flash Sale Price @ Gearbest

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Found 26th Jan 2016
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CPU: Intel Cherry Trail Z8300 (Intel Atom X5-Z8300) 64bit Quad Core 1.44GHz ( up to 1.84GHz ) is equipped with better performance, delivering plenty of power for multitasking and fueling casual games and movies
GPU: Intel HD Graphic (Gen8) processor is better and faster in playing games and watching videos than the previous generation
RAM + ROM: 2GB + 32GB offers ultra-fast surfing online, video playing and 3D gaming experience enhanced with DDR3 memory which makes all applications faster. Whether it is needed for work, study or play, it will suit your all needs
TF card (MicroSD): Up to 128GB (not included)
Windows 10 system: The latest system with more excellent interface, compatibility and running effect
10.6 inch screen: 1366 x 768 IPS screen offers good experience for watching videos and browsing the Web
8000mAh battery: Can meet the current, power and the temperature and increase the performance dynamically
Bluetooth 4.0: Supports fast transmission of data, pictures and files, and more faster than Bluetooth 3.0
HDMI output: You could use a HDMI cable to connect your tablet to output the tablet display onto TV screens, monitors or projectors, creating your personal home theater
OTG function: Can connect with keyboard, mouse, projector and so on
Gravity sensing system: Can fluently and sensitively run various applications
Other functions: WiFi/MP3/MP4/Calendar/Calculator supported

Note: The keyboard in the picture is not included in the package
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I'm dithering - any help to make me decide folks?
cant comment on this one but have got a chuwi Hi8 tablet and its great for a budget android/win10 tablet, build quality and screen are excellent.
^^ Chuwi Hi10 Ultrabook Tablet PC £121.51...1920 x 1200 and 4GB RAM
Edited by: "Discente" 26th Jan 2016
does anyone know how these perform in real life? specs can be misleading with cheap tablets and phones
You're a little tease louiselouise making me want to spend my money!
I think after my experience on my little 32GB 7" tablet and problems with updating Windows - I am going to pass on this.

(Microsoft fixed the problem with 32GB machines - but it was only after a while that the latest Win10 update would actually work)
"Adotping double-sided tempered glass and austenitic metal frame the design is concise style and it will not cause the problem that is out of shape"
Dave_dave69

You're a little tease louiselouise making me want to spend my money!

I really do want to upgrade my Linx 10 (I always like to have a gadget around to tinker with)...just the whole buying from China thing puts me off! The Chuwi Hi10 was the one I nearly pressed the button on in November but that was a bit of a debacle. Still not sure about the Cherry Trails.

I'd probably go for a bargain China Core M tablet but not brave enough to do the early adopter thing!
Boogie83e

^^ Chuwi Hi10 Ultrabook Tablet PC £121.51...1920 x 1200 and 4GB RAM

I did a deal for that in the wee small hours but it's went decidedly frosty X) hotukdeals.com/dea…308

£114.91 from China gearbest.com/tab…937
Or EU Warehouse option is £121.51 gearbest.com/tab…d=3
Edited by: "louiselouise" 26th Jan 2016
Most of the photos show the keyboard, but the keyboard is not listed as included by Gearbest....

Regards
Flea
Fleabum

Most of the photos show the keyboard, but the keyboard is not listed as … Most of the photos show the keyboard, but the keyboard is not listed as included by Gearbest....RegardsFlea

It does say in the original post but I'll put it in Bold in Post #1 if that helps.
louiselouise

It does say in the original post but I'll put it in Bold in Post #1 if … It does say in the original post but I'll put it in Bold in Post #1 if that helps.


Much better, the original post was not formatted to well and was a mass of text. Thanks for highlighting it.

Regards
Flea
I assume the answer is no, but does anyone know if this would run photoshop etc?
Well if the keyboard in the picture is not included - I am out.
I've found these chinese pc/hybrids to be addictive not least due to new models being announced almost daily. Great bargains to be had for the money and if you like tinkering, when (or should i say, if) you receive it, there's plenty to go at. Any guarantee and after sales service is pretty well useless but that's part of the challenge. Makes purchasing a dreary product from a British based retailer a bit boring TBH. Main advice is to do some research before you part with any serious cash, techtablets.com is an excellent place to start.
captainspacebutt

I assume the answer is no, but does anyone know if this would run … I assume the answer is no, but does anyone know if this would run photoshop etc?



​look on the "minimum requirements" page for whichever version of whatever Adobe software you want.
chrisbass

does anyone know how these perform in real life? specs can be misleading … does anyone know how these perform in real life? specs can be misleading with cheap tablets and phones



​have a cube version and performance is pretty good actually far better than a cheap laptop sporting a celeron n2840 or similar
Johnparker

£85 is far to expensive, cheaper at tesco for a proper one.



​Link?
Johnparker

£85 is far to expensive, cheaper at tesco for a proper one.



Why get immediate gratification, albeit a bit boring, when you can have your new tablet take a slow boat from china giving you up to 25 days of excitement and tension wondering whether it will turn up? And by the remote chance it does arrive, you will be desperate to find out what state it is in. Where's your sense of adventure man?
nice find
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