Original Box Chuwi HiBook Pro 64GB Intel X5 Cherry Trail Z8350 Quad Core 10.1 Inch Dual OS Tablet £131.76 @ banggood
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Original Box Chuwi HiBook Pro 64GB Intel X5 Cherry Trail Z8350 Quad Core 10.1 Inch Dual OS Tablet £131.76 @ banggood

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Found 26th Sep 2017Edited by:"BUCKUM2"
This looks a cracking price use code 260539 at checkout to fetch price down to £131.76 it has a brilliant resolution screen 2560 x 1600

CHUWI HiBook Pro Dual OS Tablet comes with Intel Atom x5 Z8350 Quad Core 1.84GHz CPU processor and 4GB RAM+64GB ROM !
Adopts Windows 10 OS+Android 5.1 OS,10.1 Inch IPS Capacitive 10 Point Multi-touch Screen with 2560*1600 resolution will give you excellent visual enjoyment.
Supports WIFI/HDMI/Bluetooth/OTG function.
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Nice photo
Is it shipped from the UK or China?
Can the android go above 5.1?
S.c.0.TT.y8 m ago

Is it shipped from the UK or China?



"HK" aka China. Pay merchant directly by UK credit card to benefit from S75 UK-based replicated vendor obligations.
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AndyRoyd9 m ago

"HK" aka China. Pay merchant directly by UK credit card to benefit from …"HK" aka China. Pay merchant directly by UK credit card to benefit from S75 UK-based replicated vendor obligations.


What do you mean by S75 UK-based replicated vendor obligations. I have been trying to find out if S75 covered you on purchases from banggood I dont think it does on aliexpress because you pay them not the merchant so any clarification appreciated
Do you think open broadcast studio would work on this? Looking for a portable device to handle a live stream set up.
BUCKUM236 m ago

What do you mean by S75 UK-based replicated vendor obligations. I have …What do you mean by S75 UK-based replicated vendor obligations. I have been trying to find out if S75 covered you on purchases from banggood I dont think it does on aliexpress because you pay them not the merchant so any clarification appreciated



S75 means the UK-based credit card company inherits the obligations of the vendor/merchant. The CC co has no choice in this; the merchant obligations are jointly and severally applicable. Example: if the merchant states an item has xx months warranty, that is what the UK-based CC co must provide or expose itself to UK legal redress just as if you had purchased the item from a UK vendor. This applies to any S75-eligible consumer purchase regardless of merchant or merchant location.
You may have inverted the companies' methodologies? I made a recent purchase from BangGood and the credit card payment was made via BangGood's merchant pymnt processor OceanPayments (not a payment intermediary) and the item appeared on my credit card statement as "BANGGOOD.COM HONG KONG HK". That should be sufficient for any £100+ S75 eligibility. However, Aliexpress payments will typically not be made directly to the merchant (Aliexpress typically act as intermediary and Aliexpress will appear on CC statement, not the merchant's trading name) so will not qualify for S75 eligibility.
m1chaels1 h, 0 m ago

Can the android go above 5.1?


Depends on the production batch, if its an early one you get then yes, if its a later one there is a hardware/kernel change and the custom ROM's for 6.0 no longer work.

Its a gamble.

I have one of these tablet, its alright, bit laggy on stock Android, if you can get the early ones that can be flashed then its passable.
AndyRoyd26th Sep

S75 means the UK-based credit card company inherits the obligations of the …S75 means the UK-based credit card company inherits the obligations of the vendor/merchant. The CC co has no choice in this; the merchant obligations are jointly and severally applicable. Example: if the merchant states an item has xx months warranty, that is what the UK-based CC co must provide or expose itself to UK legal redress just as if you had purchased the item from a UK vendor. This applies to any S75-eligible consumer purchase regardless of merchant or merchant location.You may have inverted the companies' methodologies? I made a recent purchase from BangGood and the credit card payment was made via BangGood's merchant pymnt processor OceanPayments (not a payment intermediary) and the item appeared on my credit card statement as "BANGGOOD.COM HONG KONG HK". That should be sufficient for any £100+ S75 eligibility. However, Aliexpress payments will typically not be made directly to the merchant (Aliexpress typically act as intermediary and Aliexpress will appear on CC statement, not the merchant's trading name) so will not qualify for S75 eligibility.


Nice!.

That's some interesting bit of info that. :-)

Thanx.
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