Cube iWork 10 Flagship Tablet PC Ultrabook  -  WINDOWS 10 + ANDROID 5.1  BLUE £118.46 / £105.33 (using code) @ Gearbest
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Cube iWork 10 Flagship Tablet PC Ultrabook - WINDOWS 10 + ANDROID 5.1 BLUE £118.46 / £105.33 (using code) @ Gearbest

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Found 18th Mar 2016
Use Code: intel04 for discount

Cube iWork 10 10.1 inch Flagship Tablet PC Intel Atom X5-Z8300 Quad Core 1.44GHz 4GB RAM 64GB ROM OTG Dual Cameras FHD IPS Screen
CPU: Intel Atom X5-Z8300 ( Intel Cherry Trail Z8300 ) 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: Gen8-LP10 / 12EU up to 600MHz is better and faster in playing games and watching videos than the previous generation
RAM + ROM: 4GB + 64GB offers quick surfing online, video playing and gaming experience enhanced with DDR3L memory which makes all applications faster. Whether it is needed for work, study or play, it will suit your all needs
10.1 inch screen: 1920 x 1200 pixels 10-point capacitive IPS screen offers wonderful experiences for watching videos and browsing the Web
64bit Windows 10 system: With more excellent interface, compatibility and running effect, the latest OS will lead you into a different world
Dual cameras: 2.0MP back camera with auto focus makes HD video recording more clearly and vividly, 2.0MP front camera for selfie
HDMI output: Designed with Micro HDMI slot, supporting 4K output and easy to show PPT, you can connect it to TV, monitors or projectors, creating your personal home theater
7500mAh battery: Large capacity helps you free from shortage of power and frequent charging trouble and delivers long battery life
TF card: Up to 128GB Max, you can download whatever you like to enjoy yourself
Bluetooth 4.0: Supports fast transmission of data, pictures and files
Gravity sensing system: Can fluently and sensitively run various applications
Optional OS Version: Windows 10 / Windows 10 + Android 5.1
Note: Windows OS is built-in Chinese and English, and other languages need to be downloaded by WiFi. Android OS supports multi-language
Network:
WiFi: 802.11 b/g/n
USB 3.0
Notice: The keyboard is not included.

102 Comments

$56.61 for the keyboard so its actually a tablet not a ultrabook.

Original Poster

polly69

$56.61 for the keyboard so its actually a tablet not a ultrabook.


cube-tablet.com/ori…tml
This is tablet but if you want convert to ultrabook just buy keyboard

does it actually run both windows and android?

MrAlbert

does it actually run both windows and android?



Yes, it will be like a number of these devices. Chuwi Hi8, Hi10, Vi8 and Vi10 all had the same feature. Usually it's swapped in the OS using a simple icon on the desktop/UI.

All told I don't think I would be willing to risk over £100 with Gearbest and getting no customer service.

Never heard of gearbest, anyone ordered from these guys and can give some insight on this website ?

Have they fixed the overheating problems with these yet?

SimpleStreet

Never heard of gearbest, anyone ordered from these guys and can give some … Never heard of gearbest, anyone ordered from these guys and can give some insight on this website ?



They've been around for a few years now, & yes, I've ordered a few things from them in the past myself, & no issues either. :-)

winchman

http://www.gearbest.com/tablet-pcs/pp_261205.html?wid=3Whats the … http://www.gearbest.com/tablet-pcs/pp_261205.html?wid=3Whats the plus/minus compared to this one/



I like the Onda's too myself .. not bad, lol.

I was reading this week about a similar Onda Win10 tablet that can only be charged whilst in sleep mode, so be careful of the silly issues some of these Chinese tablets and phones can have. Gotta do your research on them.

fantastic specs for the price. ive ordered several cheaper items from gearbest with no issues. I believe they offer a postal insurance for a small fee to ensure against delivery issues for more expensive items.

Fantastic spec. I will keep an eye open for the brand. I worry that lesser brand tablets will break. I bought a Hudl last year and the screen cracked, making it useless, almost immediately.

Benchmark comparing this tabs CPU with the Z3735 you commonly see in tablets these days. Mostly the same except that this tab has better 3D. Of course it also has much more memory than you normally see in a Z3735 tab and more storage.

cpuboss.com/cpu…35F

amour3k

They've been around for a few years now, & yes, I've ordered a few things … They've been around for a few years now, & yes, I've ordered a few things from them in the past myself, & no issues either. :-)


I've been shopping with then for a couple of years. Never had any issues really. I did buy some really cheap wire strippers from them once and they broke on my first use. Amazon had em at 26quid these people had them for like 7quid. I just stuck them in the bin. All other stuff has been fine.

If you look at reviews you'll find that this tablet has awful speakers, but the main issue that I have with this deal is that it's GearBest. Yes they often have some cheap deals, but their returns policy is pathetic.

If you have any issues with the tablet then GearBest will give you some options. You can either pay to send the tablet to China (even though you might of bought it from their UK or EU warehouse) and then get screwed over by them saying that they didn't receive it, or you can accept aprox £20 worth of "credit" that goes to your GearBest wallet and you also keep the defective tablet. None of their options result in you getting a fully working replacement for free.

Pay a little more and go with a company that isn't going to screw you over if you receive a defective product.



Edited by: "soza" 19th Mar 2016

soza

If you look at reviews you'll find that this tablet has awful speakers, … If you look at reviews you'll find that this tablet has awful speakers, but the main issue that I have with this deal is that it's GearBest. Yes they often have some cheap deals, but their returns policy is pathetic.If you have any issues with the tablet then GearBest will give you some options. You can either pay to send the tablet to China (even though you might of bought it from their UK or EU warehouse) and then get screwed over by them saying that they didn't receive it, or you can accept aprox £20 worth of "credit" that goes to your GearBest wallet and you also keep the defective tablet. None of their options result in you getting a fully working replacement for free.Pay a little more and go with a company that isn't going to screw you over if you receive a defective product.



Hello soza,
Alice here. Apologize for the inconvenience regarding the returns policy.
As for the after-sale in the local area, we have been conducting a project. As you can understand, it needs some time. However, we are on the way to be better
Best regards,

If I'm ordering from Gearbest I always use a credit card and then just go to them with problems. This is what I would recommend.

samueljr1

If I'm ordering from Gearbest I always use a credit card and then just go … If I'm ordering from Gearbest I always use a credit card and then just go to them with problems. This is what I would recommend.


Good advice.

Seemingly more positive reviews nowadays than negative ones, and like buying xbox games from Brazil etc. it's taking me a little time to get used to the risk element.....surprised and more inclined to order seeing there's a gearbest poster on the forum.

Astec123

Yes, it will be like a number of these devices. Chuwi Hi8, Hi10, Vi8 and … Yes, it will be like a number of these devices. Chuwi Hi8, Hi10, Vi8 and Vi10 all had the same feature. Usually it's swapped in the OS using a simple icon on the desktop/UI. All told I don't think I would be willing to risk over £100 with Gearbest and getting no customer service.


I've installed the Cube iWork 7 ROM on my Linx 7 therefore converting it to dual-boot and for that at least it's just a simple touch-screen menu at boot and additionally options in both OSes to reboot into the other.

Gearbest1

As for the after-sale in the local area, we have been conducting a … As for the after-sale in the local area, we have been conducting a project. As you can understand, it needs some time. However, we are on the way to be better



Well, that's good to hear. Too bad I wasn't offered that as an option as I would of returned my tablet to your UK warehouse and got a replacement. I refused to send it to China as the tracked postage costed at least half of what the tablets valued at.

I'm sure that if you accepted returns to your local warehouses then you'll start getting some more positive reviews.

When you do start accepting local returns I'll consider using GearBest again. Right now though I wouldn't like to take the risk as I've already been burned.

Edited by: "soza" 19th Mar 2016

Any actual reviews of this tablet?

Alansmithee

Any actual reviews of this tablet?



Review here

Alansmithee

Any actual reviews of this tablet?


youtu.be/v7L…885
youtu.be/9EV…851

Like I said, the speakers are really bad.
Edited by: "soza" 19th Mar 2016

Rakers

http://www.cube-tablet.com/original-cube-iwork10-ultimate-ultrabook-rotary-shaft-keyboard.htmlThis is tablet but if you want convert to ultrabook just buy keyboard


How many MBs of 64MB left usable in Windows please?

Has anyone seen these for a similar price but with a more reliable company, or ideally somewhere with an EU warehouse for returns?

Astec123

Yes, it will be like a number of these devices. Chuwi Hi8



Saw one of those last time I visited Mos Eisley.

Admin .. Expire, this is already £121.20 now. :-(

Thanx.

soza

If you look at reviews you'll find that this tablet has awful speakers, … If you look at reviews you'll find that this tablet has awful speakers, but the main issue that I have with this deal is that it's GearBest. Yes they often have some cheap deals, but their returns policy is pathetic.If you have any issues with the tablet then GearBest will give you some options. You can either pay to send the tablet to China (even though you might of bought it from their UK or EU warehouse) and then get screwed over by them saying that they didn't receive it, or you can accept aprox £20 worth of "credit" that goes to your GearBest wallet and you also keep the defective tablet. None of their options result in you getting a fully working replacement for free.Pay a little more and go with a company that isn't going to screw you over if you receive a defective product.

Dear Trustpilot users,This is a notification to inform you that our … Dear Trustpilot users,This is a notification to inform you that our proprietary software has discovered a large number of fake reviews on this domain. Consequently, we have investigated all reviews connected to this domain and have removed several hundreds of reviews from the domain. Manipulation of reviews is a great threat to both consumers and businesses. We will continue to fight attempts to manipulate reviews to safeguard the integrity of Trustpilot, and we will share information about such severe and coordinated attempts with our users. Please refer to our blog post to read more about our latest initiatives to combat fake reviews.



Does this project involve creating loads of fake accounts on review sites and leaving fake positive reviews by any chance?



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Edited by: "sotomonkey" 19th Mar 2016

Gearbest can take months to send something that's 'in stock' when you buy...

Sorry but if this had of been a better company I'd have ordered immediately

worth getting to stream xbox one??

I'm so tempted by these but dual boot isn't for me. Nearly bought a Chuwi Hi10 a few months back but the Z8300s seem to have overheating issues across the board - the Linx 10 I have doesn't have the world's greatest speaker either. Hoping a UK seller offers a competitively priced Windows tablet with more grunt and a better screen soon.

louiselouise

the Linx 10 I have doesn't have the world's greatest speaker either.


The audio on the Linx 10 isn't amazing, but based off of the video evidence it's still way better than the iWork 10.

After getting burned by GearBest I ended up buying a spares/repair Linx 8 from eBay for £20. I taken the LCD screen from that and used it to fix my original Linx 8, so I now have a fully working tablet with a good quality screen and amazing audio quality again.

I'll probably wait a while before I buy another tablet, especially from GearBest.

Gearbest are fine apart from the inexplicably slow dispatch times on some items and their inability to answer the simplest of questions. Pay via Paypal and you've got nowt to fear

soza

If you look at reviews you'll find that this tablet has awful speakers, … If you look at reviews you'll find that this tablet has awful speakers, but the main issue that I have with this deal is that it's GearBest. Yes they often have some cheap deals, but their returns policy is pathetic.If you have any issues with the tablet then GearBest will give you some options. You can either pay to send the tablet to China (even though you might of bought it from their UK or EU warehouse) and then get screwed over by them saying that they didn't receive it, or you can accept aprox £20 worth of "credit" that goes to your GearBest wallet and you also keep the defective tablet. None of their options result in you getting a fully working replacement for free.Pay a little more and go with a company that isn't going to screw you over if you receive a defective product.



Up until today, I would have disagreed. However, just bought a little wifi remote from them (Rii 8 mini I think) and hasn't come with the wifi adapter and yet to hear from them!

Bhooska96

Pay via Paypal and you've got nowt to fear


Not true. Via PayPal GearBest will only offer partial refunds (~£18) and if you let the claim get escalated then PayPal will agree to give you your money back only if you send the tablet as a tracked parcel to China (it costs £50+ to do that), even though you might of bought it from GearBests EU or UK warehouse.

So if you pay £114.46 for this tablet and it has issues then you'd only get about £65 back in total as you'd be down £50 from shipping it to China.

When you receive a defective product you expect to be able to return the item to wherever it was shipped from and either get your money back in full or a replacement free of charge, right? You don't get either with GearBest though and that's a fact. Yeah, it's fine if you don't run into any issues, but the second you do you'll remember posts like this one and wish that you hadn't of bought whatever you did from GearBest.
Edited by: "soza" 20th Mar 2016

Agree with Soza, I bought the chewie through PayPal as I had a problem with the unit over heating to cut a long story short I claimed my money back through PayPal, and, it wasn't worth it in the end it was going to cost me £50 to return it tracked. In a nutshell it's a false economy, £47.00 for the Chewie or £50 to return my new doorstop every time I look at my defunked tablet it reminds me never to buy from Bangood or Gearbest please if you are going to buy from these companies use a credit card.

lordi

Agree with Soza, I bought the chewie through PayPal as I had a problem … Agree with Soza, I bought the chewie through PayPal as I had a problem with the unit over heating to cut a long story short I claimed my money back through PayPal, and, it wasn't worth it in the end it was going to cost me £50 to return it tracked. In a nutshell it's a false economy, £47.00 for the Chewie or £50 to return my new doorstop every time I look at my defunked tablet it reminds me never to buy from Bangood or Gearbest please if you are going to buy from these companies use a credit card.


I can't comment about Gearbest as I've managed to avoid using them so far, but the one time I had an issue with a purchase from Banggood, things were sorted pretty easily! There was a crack in the locking mechanism on the waterproof case of my SJ4000 camera. I emailed some pics and described the problem and they said they could send me a replacement case from China. I said that I'd like one from their Eu warehouse as that was where the camera was shipped from, and after having checked that there was stock there (via live chat) I was sent out a replacement case! Not exactly perfect customer service (trying to claim they didn't have Eu stock) but not too bad.
I was reading up on the latest Chinese Surface Pro clones and the latest Telcast has 8gb RAM and a 128gb SSD!

SimpleStreet

Never heard of gearbest, anyone ordered from these guys and can give some … Never heard of gearbest, anyone ordered from these guys and can give some insight on this website ?


Yes, I got a Meizu phone from them.
But the cheaper it gets - the more problem can occur with Chinese dealers.
Edited by: "noncho" 20th Mar 2016

Did any chinese tablet last for more than 2 years for anyone?

I know well that the build quality (inside) is usually crap, so I'm just wondering if someone was lucky enough to get one workinf longer than that period

malware??
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