Cube iWork10 Flagship – Convertible 2 in 1 Tablet with Active Stylus

Cube’s newest Tablet is an affordable 2 in device that offers features similar to the iWork 11 Stylus but at a cheaper price.

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

Limitations:

  • Keyboard and Stylus not included on the stock package
  • Active Stylus doesn’t support Palm Rejection

SpecsCube iWork 10 Flagship
ProcessorIntel Atom Cherry Trail X5-8300 1.44 - 1.83 GHz Quad Core (14nm)
GPU: Intel HD Gen 8 12 EU @ 600MHz
MemoryRAM: 4 GB LPDDR3
ROM: 64 GB eMMC
MicroSD up to maximum 128 GB
OSDual OS (Android 5.1 and Windows 10)
Display10.1 inch, IPS, 10 multitouch
1920 x 1200 pixels
Handwriting Stylus Support
CamerasRear: 2.0 MP
Front: 2.0 MP
ConnectivityBluetooth 4.0, WiFi 802.11 b/g/n, WiFi 2.4GHz, USB 3.0 (OTG), MicroUSB 2.0 (OTG), Mini HDMI
Features4K video output (30fps), H.265 video encoding
SensorsGravity
Interface1x 3.5mm Audio Jack
1x Mini HDMI Port
1x USB 3.0 (Standard)
1x MicroUSB 2.0
1x TF Card Slot
Dimensions263 x 169 x 8 mm
Weight: 616g
Batterybuilt in LiPo 7500mAh (rated 6 hrs)
AVAILABILITY (Updated January 16, 2017)

X5-Z8300 Version

Cube iWork10 (Z8300) retails at $155 (SALE) – Buy here

Sale valid until January 22, 2017

Refreshed:  X5-Z8350 Version

Cube iWork10 (Z8350) retails at $203 – Buy here

ACCESSORIES

Keyboard dock – click here
CP02 Active Stylus (256 pressure) – click here

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Tablet Flash Sale (updated)

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.

Transformer Tablet

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.

A Flagship?

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.

You can also compare this tablet to other tablets here: Tablet Guide

Cube iwork10 Flagship pictures

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

Limitations:

  • Keyboard and Stylus not included on the stock package
  • Active Stylus doesn’t support Palm Rejection
AVAILABILITY (Updated January 16, 2017)

X5-Z8300 Version

Cube iWork10 (Z8300) retails at $155 (SALE) – Buy here

Sale valid until January 22, 2017

Refreshed: X5-Z8350 Version

Cube iWork10 (Z8350) retails at $203 – Buy here

ACCESSORIES

Keyboard dock – click here
CP02 Active Stylus (256 pressure) – click here

You may be interested:

Tablet Flash Sale (updated)

This article has 20 Comments

  1. I just got this tablet. Thanks for helping me decide!
    The keyboard is finally available to order. I just ordered it from GearBest. But what about the stylus? It is not compatible with the Wacom stylists I own. Does this support the Windows Surface Pro 3 active stylus? What pens work with this?

    1. Hello Thomas,

      it supports active stylus, but not the 1024 pressure Wacom Stylus of the Cube iWork11 Stylus, rather a 256 pressure sensor Wacom. Unfortunately, only the keyboard dock is available for now. The Stylus is not yet available. I think it isn’t compatible with the stylus of the Surface Pro 3.

      Best Regards,
      Vince

  2. My “CUBE iWork 10 Flagship CEP02 Stylus Pen” just arrived. This is NOT an active stylus. It works exactly like a finger. There is no pressure support

    1. Hello Thomas,

      than you for the review, i forgot to mention it’s not Wacom Stylus, (i changed it), the stylus is a passive one, that supports 256 pressure levels, it’s an ordinary Stylus used for Handwriting.

      Best Regards,
      Vince

  3. The keyboard dock is absolutely fantastic. The build quality for the tablet and the keyboard are both quite excellent

    1. Hello Scoob,

      i haven’t tried those games on this chipset, Anyway, the Intel HD gen8 isn’t really a powerful GPU, gaming is fairly decent, but will struggle on most modern games or titles. If these games are similar to league of Legends, then i think, it is playable but on the lowest possible setting and resolution. Older titles or games and less demanding games will work well.

      Best Regards,
      Vince

  4. I bought one of these from an online supplier. Its a nice computer in-itself, sturdily built and quite a sleek design, though the keyboard you can purchase has rather “cluncky” cheap keys, BUT it takes a phenomenal time to charge via the USB 2 socket, from 0-100% it takes around 14 hours, only giving you about 5 hours of usage. (I see some versions DO have separate 9V supply input).
    Even when plugged in it still guzzles batteries, and makes little difference to the amount of time you can use it.
    It states on the back that it takes 2A at 5V input, but when measured it only appears to take the USB allotted standard of 0.5A (even with a high power supply). I have tried to contact the manufacture to inquire if you need a special charger, but they simply do not reply.
    Windows 10 is pretty awful, a big improvement on windows 8, but it takes considerably hacking to switch off all the features that send out streams of personal data; photos, location, updates (for this computer AND synchronizing to any other computer in the neighborhood), even then windows will eat swathes of bandwidth. Unless you also do some internal settings hacking, windows wont actually shut down fully when you tell it to.
    There seems to be some new “wonderful” touch gestures, when used with the touch pad of the keyboard, for zooming, switching to desktop, minimising windows etc. I think i have figured out the zoom, but the switching to desktop etc. is still a mystery, and so it tends to do this with little prompting, when you are in the middle of simply trying to move the cursor. Even though the “advanced gestures” feature has been switched off it still persists, and it is not clear if this is simply a fault with software / hardware, or if it IS in fact intentional!
    I would love to get Linux Mint working on this tablet, (so I can take control back over what my computer is doing, not what it thinks is best for me!) but the UEFI boot means windows has control, and so far I have been unable to get Linux installed alongside (issues with “grub” boot installation, that so far I have been unable to fix even with reference to online solutions.) Getting an internet connection to the Linux installation so it can also install driver etc. is also a potential challenge.

  5. Hello, do you suggest with usb type c or micro usb? On Geekbuying they have both at around the same price.

    1. Hello Dartigo,

      Usually tablets with USB Type C have faster charging (like the Xiaomi Mi Pad 2) compared to those with only MicroUSB 2.0

      Best Regards,
      Vince

  6. My Cube Iwork10 dual boot has it’s android in chinese. The A language symbol is not in the settings. How do I switch this thing to english language? Thanks!

    1. Hello Jonathan,

      I had that similar issue with my Voyo A1 Plus Ultimate, you can change it on the Settings – language. It’s a bit difficult to navigate at first because of the Chinese language, but that can be easily fixed.

      Best Regards,
      Vince

  7. I can’t decide between thisone and chuwi hi10 pro. Can you please help me with that?
    I am buying 2in1 device just for casual usage. Mainly for browsing and some notes in ms office. Both are similar price but cube has bigger onpaper battery.

    1. Hello noiz96

      The battery of the Chuwi Hi10 Pro is smaller but it does support USB Type C Port. The Cube iwork10 Flagship is an older tablet, released last year and supports USB 3.0. Cube and Chuwi are good brands, the Chuwi Hi10 Pro is thinner

      Best Regards,
      Vince

  8. AS you cooment,
    “MicroSD up to maximum 128 GB”

    i will be very grateful if you can suggest a test it microsd even if it is 32 gb… i bought one kingston 64 gb, it works for a week and then nothing. After that i try another one and also fails. The unexpected fact was that i insert kingston sd card in my 3 years old jaiyu g3s and works like a charm….

    The point is that i want space for the tablet and not for my smartphone, so how can i find a sd card that works in iwork 10?

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