Chuwi Vi10 Plus – Convertible tablet with a 3:2 Surface Pro 3 screen and Remix OS

The Chuwi Vi10 Plus is the latest Convertible Tablet to sport Remix OS and a 3:2 screen Ratio Screen similar to the Surface Pro 3.

Highlights of Chuwi Vi10 Plus:

  • 3:2 Screen Ratio (similar to Surface Pro 3)
  • Runs Remix OS 2.0
  • Powered by Intel Atom Cherry Trail X5 Chipset
  • 10.8 inch, 1920 x 1280 pixels
  • Equipped with 2 GB RAM and 32 GB eMMC Storage
  • USB Type C, Mini HDMI Port
  • 8400mAh Battery
  • Active Stylus support (Same with Chuwi Hi10/Hi10 Pro)
SPECS Chuwi Vi10 Plus
CHIPSET
Intel Atom Cherry Trail X5-Z8300 1.44-1.84GHz Quad Core
GPU: Intel HD Gen 8, 12 EU
MEMORY RAM: 2  GB LPDDR3
ROM: 32 GB eMMC
TF/MicroSD support up to 128GB
OS Remix OS 2.0
DISPLAY Size: 10.8″ IPS 3:2 Screen Ratio
Resolution: 1920 x 1280 pixels
, 10 multitouch
CAMERAS Rear: 2.0 mp
Front: 2.0 mp
CONNECTIVITY Bluetooth 4.0
WiFi 802.11 a/b/g/n, WiFi 2.4GHz
USB Type C
Mini HDMI Port (4K Video Output)
SENSOR Gravity
I/O 1x 3.5mm Audio Port
1x USB Type C Port
1x TF/MicroSD Card Slot
1x Mini HDMI Port
1x Magnetic Keyboard Dock
DIMENSIONS 276.4 x 184.8 x 8.8 mm (All Metal build)
Weight: 686g
BATTERY built-in 3.7V/8400mAh
Availability (Updated January 19, 2017)

Remix OS (2+32 GB) Version

Chuwi Vi10 Plus retails at $153 – Buy here
Stock at EU Warehouse at $141 (SALE) – Buy here
Stock at US Warehouse

Sale price valid until January 31, 2017

ACCESSORIES

Handwriting Stylus – click here
Chuwi Vi10 Plus Keyboard – click here

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Tablet Flash Sale (updated)

The Chuwi Vi10 Plus sports Remix OS 2.0, which is an OS based on Android but has added Multitasking functions similar to Windows, such as Taskbar etc… The tablet great for productivity and multimedia, it is also a Convertible 2 in 1 Tablet, meaning it attaches to a keyboard via the Magnetic Docking Interface and can turn into a versatile laptop.

However, it is a basic Tablet to say the least, the specs are not really impressive, just sporting the modest Intel Atom Cherry Trail X5-Z8300 chipset, which has now become mainstream. It is also equipped with 2 GB LPDDR3 RAM and 32 GB eMMC storage to boot with support for MicroSD. The 4 GB and 64 GB eMMC storage version will also be coming out soon, but will cost a bit more.

Another prominent asset of the tablet is the 3:2 Ratio Screen, which is very similar to the Surface Pro 3. The screen layout is ideal for Multimedia and Browsing through the internet. USB Type C connectivity is also available, also at it’s innards is a decent size 8400mAh battery which is expected to give you around 8 hours of use, but this is highly subjective.

Basic Convertible Tablet with a 3:2 Screen

Perhaps the biggest asset of this tablet is the Remix OS, although it is also listed to support Dual OS, but non is confirmed yet. Also the 3:2 screen has been gaining grounds and likely to be the next mainstream. However, it is  still a basic tablet, nothing really unique about it and the specs are modest at best. But this I think is a good productivity tablet, which is really what Remix OS is trying to implement,  a good balance between a Windows ecosystem and Android at the same time.

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Note: Compare this tablets to similar tablets here: Tablet Guide

Highlights of Chuwi Vi10 Plus:

  • 3:2 Screen Ratio (similar to Surface Pro 3)
  • Runs Remix OS 2.0
  • Powered by Intel Atom Cherry Trail X5 Chipset
  • 10.8 inch, 1920 x 1280 pixels
  • Equipped with 2 GB RAM and 32 GB eMMC Storage
  • USB Type C, Mini HDMI Port
  • 8400mAh Battery
  • Active Stylus support (Same with Chuwi Hi10/Hi10 Pro)
Availability (Updated January 18, 2017)

Remix OS (2+32 GB) Version

Chuwi Vi10 Plus retails at $153 – Buy here
Stock at EU Warehouse at $141 (SALE) – Buy here
Stock at US Warehouse

Sale price valid until January 31, 2017

ACCESSORIES

Handwriting Stylus – click here
Chuwi Vi10 Plus Keyboard – click here

You may also be interested:

Tablet Flash Sale (updated)

This article has 3 Comments

  1. The remix os is not that good, resizing apps is difficult, some apps including the browser will not resize at all. I have also noticed video playback problems, some files not playing and others “over stretched” on the screen, thus unplayable. It has “other” problems as well that should have been sorted out before it was released but were not.
    The best os is ubuntu along with many of its offspring, remix comes no where near that quality. I have tried remix os and would not recommend it as anything other than a novelty android os.

    1. Hello Willow,

      I agree, it’s not yet a perfect OS. It is basically a skinned version but comes with some added features to make it look or work like Windows. What it does have is give you the opportunity to use other Android Apps and a touch of Multitasking similar to what you get on Windows. Ubuntu is fine but is subjective to user preference, it is limited in apps to use while remix is basically Android.

      Best Regards,
      Vince

  2. I am currently using xubuntu which allows the user so many extra things that remix will never have. For instance, multiple windows, multiple desktops, resizing can be done easily with the aid of drop down menus, boots up in 6 seconds, has Libre Office etc, is fast and responsive and it is also free.
    I like ubuntu and its family because one has so many flavours and styles to choice from which can all be adapted to one’s own personal taste, and its not boring like remix. At the moment remix is merely a novelty that is why so many people want to play it but like any boring game soon interest will wane.

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