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.
The Alldocube Mix Plus is still one of the cheapest or most affordable Tablet you can buy, that features a Kabylake chipset underneath. It also has Wacom Stylus, which is perfect for use with Photoshop. So here are my pros and cons after a year of use.
The Alldocube X1 (T801) is a mid-end Tablet that features 4G LTE support. It features a Mediatek Helio X20 Deca Core Chipset and a 2.5K Screen. The tablet also features Dual Band WiFi and GPS built in.
The Alldocube Knote 8 is a 2 in 1 Convertible that features a whopping 13.3 inch IPS 2560 x 1400p screen and Intel Kaby Lake Core M3 Chipset. The tablet is a 2 in 1 Convertible with Kickstand at the rear and also comes equipped with 8GB RAM and 256 GB SSD to boot.
The Cube Power M3, not related to the Chipset, is a cheap Android 7 Tablet that supports 4G LTE, Dual Band Wireless and a 8000mAh battery.
Here is a teaser of Cube’s upcoming 2 in 1 convertible Tablet, the Cube KNote offers a fully laminated screen, adjustable backplate stand and an ultra think body at just 8.6mm
The Teclast T10 and the Alldocube Freer X9 are two budget tablet that offers a whooping 2560 x 1600 pixel screen, the highest at this price range. But which should you buy?
Here is finally my full review of the Alldocube Freer X9, I was so hyped with this tablet, but it does have some faults. The Tablet offers one of the best screens on a budget Tablet and probably that is its best selling feature.
Perhaps the biggest threat to the Teclast T10, the midranger Alldocube Freer X9 offers very similar specs but on a much cheaper and portable package.
The Alldocube Freer X9 is a budget Mid-end Tablet that offers a superb 2.5K OGS screen similar to the Teclast T10. But on a much smaller package. Is it better?