Here is a brief comparison between the input responsiveness between the Wacom Stylus of the Alldocube Mix Plus and the HiPen H3 Stylus of the Chuwi Hi13. Take note on the Photoshop test, which shows the real difference between the two.
Here is my final review of the Chuwi Hi13, I had this tablet for over a year now and it’s still alive and kicking. It does have some issues but it is still a solid tablet.
The Chuwi Hi9 Air is a mid-end Tablet that features 4G LTE support and a whopping 2.5K Screen. It is also equipped with Helio X20 Deca Core Chipset, Dual Band WiFi and runs Android 8.0 Nougat.
Is the Chuwi Lapbook 12.3 still a good choice in 2018? I had this Notebook for over 8 months already and so far it has exceeded my expectations. Read my full pros and cons.
The Chuwi Hi8 Air is an Ultra Budget tablet that features Dual Boot and a OGS or Fully Laminated 1200p Screen. It is powered by an Intel Atom X5 Chipset with 2 GB RAM and 32 GB of internal storage. The tablet also comes with a 4000mAh battery underneath.
The Chuwi Hi9 is a midrange Tablet that features a whooping 2560 x 1600p full laminated screen and powered by a Mediatek MT8173 chipset. It also comes equipped with 4 GB RAM and 64 GB eMMC storage. The tablet also comes with Dual band WiFi and runs Android 7.0 Nougat out of the box.
Here is my full review of the Chuwi Surbook Mini. A decent Surface Book Clone that offers great performance for the price and a high quality 3:2 screen. It also has Dual Band Wireless support and give or take 6 hours battery life. Connectivity is also made possible via Dual Band Wireless support.
The Chuwi Surbook Mini is cheaper with downgraded specs but still is an impressive Windows Tablet.
The Chuwi Surbook Mini is expected to rival the Cube KNote with almost identical features. But it is cheaper and comes with Surface Pro Design.
Chuwi’s thinnest and lightest Notebook yet. It comes with an All Metal build with Intel Apollo Lake N3450, Fully Laminated Screen, Dual Band WiFi Support, Backlit Keyboards and M.2 SSD Support.