BlackBook – powerful premium grade 2 in 1 Convertible Ultrabook

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A bit pricy, but premium grade convertible tablet perfect for productivity. It is equipped by the fastest Intel Atom X7-8700 Quad Core Chipset.

ProcessorIntel Atom Cherry Trail X7-8700 Quad Core 1.6-2.4GHz
GPU: Intel HD Gen 8, 12 EU
MemoryRAM: 4 GB LPDDR3
ROM: 64/128 GB eMMC
MicroSD Support up to 128 GB Maximum
OS64 bit Windows 10 Home Edition
Display10.1 inch, IPS, WUXGA
1920 x 1200 pixels, 16:10 ratio
Stylus Support (TBD)
CamerasRear: 5.0 MP
Front: 2.0 MP
ConnectivityBluetooth 4.0
WiFi 802.11 b/g/n, Dual Band WiFi 2.4/5GHz
Mini HDMI (1080p Output)
USB 3.0 Support
USB Type C
SensorsGravity, Hall, Ambient Light, Gyroscope
Interface1x MicroSD Card Slot
1x USB 3.0
1x USB Type C
1x 3.5mm Audio Port
1x Mini HDMI Port
Dimensions261.8 x 168.9 x 9.2 mm
Weight: 617g
Battery3.7V 7300mAh (up to 7 hours)

Availability (May 26, 2016)
Blackbook retails at $429 – click here

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The Blackbook is a tablet similar to the Teclast X16 Power, at its bare is the fastest of the Intel Atom Cherry Trail Family. The Intel Atom X7-8700 Quad Core processor clocked at 1.6GHz and can turbo boost up to 2.4GHz. The table also comes with 4 GB RAM and either 64 or 128 GB of eMMC Storage. It is a convertible tablet, so it comes with a magnetic docking system but is fixed angle, so angle of the screen is fairly limited, unlike that of Yoga Style Ultrabooks.

The tablet also comesĀ  with a 10.1 inch, IPS Screen with 1200p resolution. The tablet also comes with Stylus but as to the kind of Stylus being used, is still to be determined. It is either Active Stylus or a Wacom Stylus, lets just hope its the latter.

In terms of connectivity, it is listed to offer Dual Band WiFi Support, and USB 3.0 (native size) and also USB Type C (used for charging). At it’s innards is also a modest 7300mAh battery, which is somewhat frugal for a tablet this size. It is rated to last about 5 to 6 hours of typical usage, but this value may vary on user preference.

The Blackbook is a good looking convertible tablet, but is pricy

Compared to the Cube i7 Stylus and the Teclast X2 Pro, it is a bit pricy. Also considering the performance of Atom doesn’t really equal that of a Core M Chipset. Anyway, the Blackbook is a premium grade tablet that is meant for productivity use. But it would have been a great pick up if it were priced just $200 or maybe below.

Blackbook pics

Note: you can also compare this tablet to other similar tablets here: Tablet Guide

Highlights of Blackbook:

  • Premium Grade convertible Ultrabook
  • Powered by Intel Atom X7-Z8700 Quad Core
  • 4 GB RAM and 64/128 GB eMMC Storage
  • 10.1 inch, IPS, 1200p Screen
  • Stylus Support (but to what kind, is still to be determine)
  • Supports Dual Band WiFi
  • USB Type C Connectivity
  • USB 3.0 Standard Port support
  • 7300mAh Battery


  • Pricy, even pricy than other Core M tablets
  • Performance is not really equal to Core M Tablets
  • No SSD Storage, just eMMC
  • Stylus and Keyboard not included in the package
Availability (May 26, 2016)
Blackbook retails at $429 – click here

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About Vincent
I am 27 years old and an avid fan of Phones and tablets. Writing blogs is my hobby and i have taken a keen interest in making Tablet and Phone Reviews.

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