The Cube iWork 10 Flagship is a variant of the iWork series, more specifically it packs similar features to the Cube iWork 11 Stylus, but at a more affordable package. Interesting to note that the iWork 10 does support stylus, however it isn’t the same on the iWork 11. More likely passive stylus Support with up to 256 pressure sensitivity, however, more to be known when the tablet comes available.
At its core, the tablet packs an Intel Atom Cherry Trail processor with 4 GB LPDDR3 RAM and 64 GB eMMC storage, with expandable storage support. The tablet also runs the latest Windows 10 Home Edition out of the box. As was said earlier, the tablet has the same specs with the iWork 11 Stylus.
Just like the Cube iWork 11 Stylus, the tablet is a transformer tablet, which means it supports a Keyboard via Magnetic Dock. Furthermore, the tablet also features a standard USB 3.0 and HDMI output up to 4K video output.
The best features of the Cube iWork 10 Flagship probably is that it’s cheaper than the iWork 11 Stylus. But a Flagship isn’t one of its redeeming qualities. The Tablet is similar to most tablets and versatile Ultrabooks that have recently come out this month. Still, more is to be known once the tablet is available.
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Highlights of Cube iWork10 Flagship:
Similar hardware to the Cube iWork 11 Stylus
Powered by Intel Atom Cherry Trail X5 8300 Processor
Equipped with 4 GB RAM and 64 GB Storage
Dual OS (Android 5.1 + Windows 10)
1080p FHD 10.1 IPS Display
Active Stylus support “CEP02” (256 pressure)
Standard USB 3.0 Port (USB Host OTG)
Supports Keyboard via Magnetic Dock
7500mAh Battery rated to last up to 6 hours
Keyboard and Stylus not included on the stock package