The Cube Thinker is finally here and on paper, I think it will easily beat the Xiaomi Mi Air 12. Here are the final specs
For those eagerly waiting for the Xiaomi Mi Pad 3, here is a sneak peak of it, this is surely not the tablet you expect.
Here is my first hand experience and unboxing of the Chuwi Hi13. It offers 3K Display similar to the Surface and Intel Apollo Lake N3450.
The successor to the Hibook 2, the Chuwi Hibook Pro offers a 2K Fully Laminated Retina Display, USB Type C and Dual OS Support.
The fastest and perhaps the most expensive model of the Xiaomi Mi Air series. It now comes with Intel Core i7 Chipset along with DDR4 RAM and 256 GB SSD Storage, making it the best option for heavy or serious users.
The Cube Mix Plus is the famed successor to the Cube i7 Book, but is it a new tablet or a rehash, find out here while I review this tablet.
The JDtab 1 is a tablet made in cooperation with multiple companies such as JD, Meizu, Harman, Leeco and Foxconn. It is also the first tablet to run Flyme OS.
Teclast’s successor to the X3 Pro is heavily referenced to the Surface Pro, but also comes with the latest Kaby Lake Core M3 Chipset. Is this the tablet to beat of 2017?
Will this beat the legendary Xiaomi Mi Air 12? This is still a teaser to the Cube i35 Kaby Lake Laptop, and looking at a Surface Book screen, it is definitely one of my bucket list of 2017.
The Cube iWork10 Flagship gets some needed reboot and comes with a faster Intel Atom Cherry Trail X5-Z8350 Chipset and Intel Graphics 400. Basically a new chip on an old body.
Monster Upgrade to the Teclast Tbook 16 Power, boasting the new X7 Z8750 Chipset which Teclast claims is comparable to the older Intel Core M.
The Pipo W1 Pro is a refresh 2 in 1 Convertible Ultrabook powered by Intel Atom X5-Z8350 Chipset. It also comes bundled with it’s own keyboard and Active Stylus. Is it any good?
Xiaomi’s first ever Notebook is closely referenced to the Macbook Air and it is one of the best looking Ultrabooks currently available. Aside from looks, it definitely packs a punch and the features it offers makes it even better.
Lenovo’s lineup of new Ultrabooks seems a bit familiar. The Ideapad Air 12 is targeted at the Xiaomi Mi Air 12, and considering the specs, it obviously is