A closer look at three of the most powerful Ultrabooks available. This is an in-depth look at the overall features, performance and value on each of them. Also answers the questions you might have on which tablet offers the best bang for your buck.
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The Martian A8 is probably the cheapest 13 inch Notebook to offer the newest Kaby Lake Core i7 Mobile Chipset and also comes with up to 256 GB SSD Storage.
The Onda Obook 10 Pro comes with the fastest Intel Atom X7 Chipset with a Yoga Style Design but detachable keyboard.
The successor to the popular Jumper EZbook 2, now comes with Intel Atom X5-Z8350 Chip and Dual Band AC Wireless support. It also comes with 128 GB of eMMC Storage to boot and USB Type C Support.
The Voyo V1 Mini PC is the latest low powered Mini PC to offer the new Intel Atom Apollo Lake Chipset. The successor to the Braswell chip and boasts improvements in terms of performance, efficiency and battery life.
The Chuwi Hi10 Pro is another 2 in 1 convertible Ultrabook that have recently received an upgrade to Intel Atom Cherry Trail X5-Z8350.
The Jumper Ezbook 2 recently get a bump in performance via the new Atom Cherry Trail Z8350 Chipset. It is still very much similar to the old Ezbook 2 but is now a bit more powerful.
The Yepo 737S Notebook is an affordable Macbook Air inspired Ultrabook that offers Cherry Trail Performance and good battery life.
The Chuwi Hi10 Plus has now been upgraded, boasting the new Intel Atom Cherry Trail X5-Z8350 Chip and Intel Graphics 400, it is poised to be even faster.
The Cube i9 is a Surface Pro lookalike tablet that offers you exactly what you expect from a premium tablet. Great Performance, build quality and overall best multimedia experience.
Now equipped with an Intel Skylake chipset, the Cube i7 Book is now faster, runs hot and offers better gaming capabilities. It also offers Wacom Stylus support for Photoshop Softwares and other editing tools.