Cube i7 Stylus 64GB, 4GB RAM, Stylus Intel Core-M 2.0GHz 10.6 Inch Retina 1920x1080, Windows 10 Tablet £210.43 With Code @ Banggood
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Cube i7 Stylus 64GB, 4GB RAM, Stylus Intel Core-M 2.0GHz 10.6 Inch Retina 1920x1080, Windows 10 Tablet £210.43 With Code @ Banggood

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Found 9th May 2016
£210.43 with code 0fcd6f Stylus not included.

banggood.com/Cub…tml (code mentioned in the description).

TechTablets says: "The i7 Stylus is a Core M 5Y10 powered tablet with Wacom stylus support. Featuring a 64GB SSD, 1080p 10.6" screen and 4GB of DDR3 Ram. Other features include a mini keyboard dock, BT 4.0, MicroSD, Bluetooth 4.0 and a MicroUSB 3.0 port."

Model Cube I7 Stylus Windows 10 Tablet
CPU Intel Core-M 2.0GHz
GPU intel® HD Graphics 5300
System Windows 10
RAM 4GB LPDDR3
Capacity 64GB SSD SATA3
Screen 10.6 inch IPS Retina Capacitive Screen
Resolution 1920*1080

Extend Card Support SD card, up to 32GB
Camera Front is 2.0MP,Rear is 5.0MP

WIFI Wi-Fi 802.11n/b/g
Bluetooth Support BT 4.0
Gravity
Sensor Support
3G Support External 3G

Audio MP3,WMA,MP2,OGG,AAC,M4A,MA4,FLAC,APE,3GP,WAV
Ebook JPG, JPEG, GIF, BMP, PNG
Video MEPG 1/2/4,H.263/H.264,RMVB,WMV/VC-1,MVC,AVS,MJPEG. (UP TO 1080P)
Language Win10 OS Only Support English And Chinese

I/O Port 1 x Micro USB 3.0 port
1 x TF card slot (MicroSD)
1 x Mini HDMI slot
1 x 3.5mm Earphone port
Battery 4500mAh
Weight 690g
Size 273.77*172.03*10.5MM

Package Includes 1 x Tablet PC
1 x USB Cable
1 x Charger (12V 2A)
1 x Adapter (the adapter depend on the country of the buyer.)
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£210.43 with code 0fcd6f (not sure if you have to sign in first). Stylus not included.

banggood.com/Cub…tml (code mentioned in the description).

http://i.imgur.com/5aRQEK0.jpg
Review: techtablets.com/cub…ew/
Forum discussion: techtablets.com/for…on/

http://i.imgur.com/qrFZur9.jpg
http://techtablets.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/Cube-i7-Stylus-13.jpg
http://img.banggood.com/images/2014/bobby/06/SKU248683/SKU248683_4.JPG

Cube i7 Stylus £22.75 banggood.com/Ori…tml "The appearance of this stylus have been changed since December 25, 2015"

So, not sure if the Gearbest stylus is the same? £20.80 gearbest.com/tab…tml
Edited by: "louiselouise" 9th May 2016
damn, i thought it was an actual i7
JimBobJr

damn, i thought it was an actual i7




Same X) Although this shouldn't be too bad for general browsing and tasks. The low power M cores are starting to perform better in windows 10.

I'm holding out for a Surface Pro 4 deal
Wow nice spec but get ready for the Gearbest comments.(also thought it was i7)
Edited by: "kramvic" 9th May 2016
The name of this tablet is purposely mis leading.
This would be amazing if they got an i7 in a tablet, especially at this price.
I'm liking the (newer) Cube i9's kickstand youtu.be/3_8…396 (6:35)
Edited by: "louiselouise" 9th May 2016
louiselouise

I'm liking the (newer) Cube i9's kickstand … I'm liking the (newer) Cube i9's kickstand https://youtu.be/3_8BShfQhh8?t=396 (6:35)



Wow, an i9! Didn't even know Intel had released that yet! - As others have said - naming to purposely mislead never endears a company to me.
The pen looks like a straight copy of the one Dell supplied with the Latitude 10
Sorry but cold from me, £210 for a device that will get no aftersales support is too expensive in my book. I've ordered plenty from Banggood/Gearbest/Dx.com but I wouldn't spend that much of my hard earned cash with them as it's just too much like setting up to be disappointed. Especially when just a quick look around gets you some pretty decent alternatives. Just one of note looking to get as close to the spec of this device I've seen is;

mcscom.co.uk/pro…-1/

Pros & Cons
Similar processor performance
Good range of optional kit like batteries and docks
Well known brand
Double the hard disk capacity (I personally think 128gb is the sweet point of usable capacity)
Similar battery
Better rear camera resolution
Slightly larger screen
90 day warranty (but 90 days more than you will get with buying from Banggood)
Refurbished
Yeah, i7 naming is cheeky, I'll wait for their upcoming i7 ios LTE turbosixty 4giggidy model that's due out in June
Edited by: "spannerzone" 9th May 2016
Astec123

Sorry but cold from me, £210 for a device that will get no aftersales … Sorry but cold from me, £210 for a device that will get no aftersales support is too expensive in my book. I've ordered plenty from Banggood/Gearbest/Dx.com but I wouldn't spend that much of my hard earned cash with them as it's just too much like setting up to be disappointed. Especially when just a quick look around gets you some pretty decent alternatives. Just one of note looking to get as close to the spec of this device I've seen is;http://mcscom.co.uk/product/dell-venue-11-pro-7130-tablet-intel-core-i5-4210y-1-5ghz-4gb-ram-128gb-ssd-hdd-10-8-full-hd-touch-panel-win-8-1/Pros & ConsSimilar processor performanceGood range of optional kit like batteries and docksWell known brandDouble the hard disk capacity (I personally think 128gb is the sweet point of usable capacity)Similar battery Better rear camera resolutionSlightly larger screen90 day warranty (but 90 days more than you will get with buying from Banggood)Refurbished



But does this tablet you're referring to have active wacom digitizer support? No. So note taking and photoshop editing will be quite difficult on this device compared to the core i7 as there is no palm rejection. I was confused for a bit as your device provides exponentially better hardware to the core i7. Then I realised that it didn't support the wacom digitizer. Hence, the price difference. Regardless, to someone who has no use of the digitizer, it is a better tablet.
SuperMariosDad

The name of this tablet is purposely mis leading. This would be amazing … The name of this tablet is purposely mis leading. This would be amazing if they got an i7 in a tablet, especially at this price.


Calling it a Stylus but "stylus not included" isn't much better!
Spod

Calling it a Stylus but "stylus not included" isn't much better!

I agree with you, but it's because there's a "non-stylus" version of the Cube i7, ie, without the Wacom active digitiser.
Just about the best Chinese tablet you can get, and a bargain at £210. I want one!
There is now the Cube i7 Book, updated version.
51cube.com/en/…pro
Yes, I've seen the i7 Book/i7 Stylus 2.0 mentioned on TechTablets last week. It has the new Skylake CPU, 10.6" display compared to the i9's 12.2", still 4GB RAM, but AC wi-fi and Wacom stylus capability. techtablets.com/201…ck/
Edited by: "louiselouise" 6th Jul 2016
The Cube i7 Book is currently £222 in the Banggood sale, with £13 TCB making it £209

banggood.com/Cub…tml
I really like the i7 Book but blimey, it gets hot (Chris from TechTablets recommends a copper mod, but that's a bit beyond my capabilities).
louiselouise

I really like the i7 Book but blimey, it gets hot (Chris from TechTablets … I really like the i7 Book but blimey, it gets hot (Chris from TechTablets recommends a copper mod, but that's a bit beyond my capabilities).



Have you got one? I've just ordered tonight. Did you get stung for import duties? There's a simple thermal pad mod that looks a lot easier and supposed to be just as effective, if you're not scared of opening the thing.
popoyaya

Have you got one? I've just ordered tonight. Did you get stung for import … Have you got one? I've just ordered tonight. Did you get stung for import duties? There's a simple thermal pad mod that looks a lot easier and supposed to be just as effective, if you're not scared of opening the thing.

Yeah, I meant the thermal mod, but no, I wouldn't open it.

The Cube i7 Stylus accessories (tempered glass/case) fit the i7 Book perfectly.

No import duties. I chose the longest delivery option.

I was a bit miffed with Banggood as they sent the wrong AC Adapter and had a bit of a nightmare sourcing one. Cube wouldn't help me, Banggood said they'd have to contact their supplier, then said they couldn't find a suitable one on their store (this is all communicating with BG by email, taking days at a time).

The charger is 12V so my 5V powerbank was no good. Eventually got an AC Adapter from Aliexpress techtablets.com/for…ne/

Also, I found the Banggood stylus I bought (for Cube i7 Stylus) is okay...but nowhere near as responsive as my Note 4 stylus. It loses contact, doesn't drag or double-click icons. It's a real pain and it wasn't that cheap! techtablets.com/for…se/

I did a quick demo here youtube.com/wat…Xig
Do you have a link for the tempered glass you bought?

Sounds like you got a faulty stylus from Banggood. I'd ask for a refund.

These stylii are compatible, have 2 buttons & eraser and go dirt cheap...

ebay.co.uk/itm…832?hash=item1eb6baa7c0:g:EZIAAOSwnipWUKP6
Edited by: "popoyaya" 12th Sep 2016
popoyaya

Do you have a link for the tempered glass you bought?Sounds like you got … Do you have a link for the tempered glass you bought?Sounds like you got a faulty stylus from Banggood. I'd ask for a refund.These stylii are compatible, have 2 buttons & eraser and go dirt cheap...http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/NEW-Genuine-Original-Fujitsu-T4020-T4220-Notebook-Stylus-Pen-CP323611-01-/131914704832?hash=item1eb6baa7c0:g:EZIAAOSwnipWUKP6

Sorry, didn't realise you replied.

The tempered glass protector is here banggood.com/Tou…tml (still fits even though it says i7 Stylus, they're exactly the same dimensions).

Re the stylus banggood.com/Ori…tml Not sure if the stylus is faulty - one reviewer (Vexelius, on page 3 of the reviews) added this Youtube video where his stylus is behaving as mine was youtube.com/wat…7ws On TechTablets' Chris didn't seem to imply it was faulty, and it was the hard tip versus the Note 4's rubber tip that was at fault.

Might be worth complaining again though.

Do you know if the Fujitisu one above has a rubberised tip similar to the Note 4's S-Pen? Don't want to buy another dud.
Edited by: "louiselouise" 13th Sep 2016
louiselouise

Sorry, didn't realise you replied.The tempered glass protector is here … Sorry, didn't realise you replied.The tempered glass protector is here http://www.banggood.com/Toughened-Glass-Screen-Protector-for-Cube-I7-Stylus-p-1003649.html (still fits even though it says i7 Stylus, they're exactly the same dimensions).Re the stylus http://www.banggood.com/Original-Electromagnetic-WACOM-Pen-For-Cube-I7-Stylus-p-985391.html Not sure if the stylus is faulty - one reviewer (Vexelius, on page 3 of the reviews) added this Youtube video where his stylus is behaving as mine was https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U2ZesmQX7ws On TechTablets' Chris didn't seem to imply it was faulty, and it was the hard tip versus the Note 4's rubber tip that was at fault.Might be worth complaining again though.Do you know if the Fujitisu one above has a rubberised tip similar to the Note 4's S-Pen? Don't want to buy another dud.



Have you tried adjusting the tip sensitivity in the Wacom settings app?

I won't be able to test the Fujitsu one till the tablet arrives in a few weeks but it has great reviews and is said to have a softer tip than the wacom ones. Will update when it arrives...
popoyaya

Have you tried adjusting the tip sensitivity in the Wacom settings app?I … Have you tried adjusting the tip sensitivity in the Wacom settings app?I won't be able to test the Fujitsu one till the tablet arrives in a few weeks but it has great reviews and is said to have a softer tip than the wacom ones. Will update when it arrives...

I installed the newest Wacom driver (mentioned it in the TechTablets thread), no difference really.

Yes, please let me know The Banggood stylus was a big disappointment.
Edited by: "louiselouise" 13th Sep 2016
louiselouise

The Banggood stylus was a big disappointment.



If you're feeling adventurous you can open the stylus and adjust it's sensitivity thus...

forum.xda-developers.com/sho…551
popoyaya

If you're feeling adventurous you can open the stylus and adjust it's … If you're feeling adventurous you can open the stylus and adjust it's sensitivity thus...http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1964551

Looks useful but from the feedback I've had it's reckoned it's the tip that's the culprit (with the Banggood stylus), but worth a try. Strange that some would be having sensitivity problems with an S-Pen as I've found mine is excellent. Mind you, the XDA article is for the Note 2 pen, rather than the Note 4 pen I'm using.

Banggood have emailed asking if I want a "£10 voucher" to buy another one! Going to tell them I want a refund.

Edit: Well! I had a fiddle around (with the smallest bit from Tommy Walsh Poundland mini screwdriver!) and kept the little cover off till I got it to the sensitivity I wanted. It's actually MUCH better and double-clicks icons and writes more fluidly like the other pen!

From testing a while, it still has moments where it "misses" but it's much better than it was.

I laid it on its side like this and only turned the left screw, as recommended. [img]forum.xda-developers.com/att…php?attachmentid=1443804&d=1351624208[/img]
Edited by: "louiselouise" 15th Sep 2016
Interesting! So it was the Samsung Note pen you opened?

The Fujitsu pen arrived and it has quite a hard tip, but the 2 buttons and eraser should be handy. I guess I'll get a Note one too for the softer tip. Do they have buttons/eraser?
popoyaya

Interesting! So it was the Samsung Note pen you opened?The Fujitsu pen … Interesting! So it was the Samsung Note pen you opened?The Fujitsu pen arrived and it has quite a hard tip, but the 2 buttons and eraser should be handy. I guess I'll get a Note one too for the softer tip. Do they have buttons/eraser?

Oops, that illustration could be confusing - no, that's from the XDA thread where they discussed the S-Pen, I opened up the Banggood stylus and it had those two screws.

The S-Pen doesn't have an eraser, but it has a button. Beware of fake S-Pens (also discussed on that XDA thread). Suppose I should just stick to my Note 4 stylus! I'd assume the 5 and 7's pens are even better?
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