My Top Choices for Budget Dual OS Tablets and Ultrabooks

Here are my top recommendations for those looking for the best budget Dual OS Tablet currently available. If you are on a budget, and looking for a great Dual OS Tablet that also packs features, you can read my list. This lists is updated.

  1. Chuwi Hi12 Z8350 version

The Chuwi Hi12 Z8350 version is the older brother of the Chuwi Hi13. It isn’t as powerful, but it does offer premium build quality, Dual OS and a gorgeous 2K Display. For the price, it is one of the best value currently available.

What makes it great?

  • It natively supports Dual OS with Clean System, meaning there are no bloatwares on the system
  • HiPen Stylus (Active) with 256 pressure sensitivity support (good for drawing or non professional graphics)
  • Gorgeous 12 inch IPS Retina Display (2160 x 1440 pixels)
  • 4 GB RAM and 64 GB eMMC Storage with support for memory expansion
  • Compared to the Chuwi Hi13, it can be charged using Powerbank (5V Charger)
  • Also compared to the Chuwi Hi13, it comes with Standard USB 2.0 and USB 3.0 sizes right out of the tablet
  • Much better battery life compared to the Chuwi Hi13, average up to 8 – 9 hours of casual use (11000mAh)
  • 2 in 1 convertible Tablet

Some Cons?

  • Atom Chipset isn’t great for multitasking or gaming
  • No Dual Band WiFi Support (only Realtek Wireless N)

12 inches and Dual OS Combo

Even though the new Chuwi Hi13 is more powerful and offers more features, the Chuwi Hi12 is still offers the best value especially if you want Dual OS Support.

AvailabilityChuwi Hi12 Z8350 retails at $219 (price until June 11) – More info here

 

2. Chuwi Hibook Pro

The Chuwi Hibook Pro is another affordable Dual OS Tablet that

What makes it great?

  • Natively Supports Dual OS
  • Good build Quality
  • 10.1 inch IPS Retina Screen (2560 x 1600 pixels)
  • 4 GB RAM and 64 GB Storage (Supports Expansion via MicroSD)
  • USB Type C Port with quick charging
  • Good Battery Life 8000mAh (7-8 hours)
  • 2 in 1 convertible tablet

Some cons:

  • Atom Chipset performance is not great for multitasking or gaming (Intel Atom Z8350)
  • No Dual Band WiFi (only Realtek Wireless N)

Ultra Budget 10 inch Dual OS Tablet with 2K Screen

The Chuwi Hibook is one of my top pick for those looking for Ultra Budget Tablets. It has good build quality and an equally good 2K screen, which is probably one of its best features. 

Availability: Chuwi Hibook Pro retails at $209

 

3. Chuwi Hi10 Plus

The Chuwi Hi10 Plus is another affordable Dual OS Tablet that offers

What makes it great?

  • 3: 2 Aspect Ratio Screen (1920 x 1280 pixels) 10.8 inch Screen
  • 4 GB RAM and 64 GB eMMC (Expansion via MicroSD)
  • Natively Support Dual OS (Remix OS and Windows 10)
  • Supports USB Type C
  • 8400mAh Battery (7-8 hours of casual use)
  • 2 in 1 convertible tablet

Some Limitations:

  • Not for gaming or Multitasking (Intel Atom Z8350 Chipset)
  • No Dual Band WiFi Support

3:2 Aspect Ratio Screen similar to the Surface Pro

The Chuwi Hi10 Plus has hardware similar to the Chuwi Hi10, but the difference lies on the screen. It has a 3:2 Aspect ratio similar to the Surface Pro.

Availability: Chuwi Hi10 Plus Z8350 version retails at $169 (price until June 11) – More info here

 

4. Chuwi Hi10 Pro

The Chuwi Hi10 Pro is similar to the Chuwi Hi10 Plus but with a 16:10 Aspect Ratio screen. Both tablets have equally good build quality.

What makes it great?

  • Dual OS Support (Remix OS and Windows 10)
  • 10.1 inch IPS 1920 x 1200 pixel screen (16:10 Aspect Ratio)
  • USB Type C Support
  • 4 GB RAM and 64 GB eMMC Storage (expandable via MicroSD)
  • Handwriting stylus support (Similar to the Chuwi Vi10 Plus)
  • 2 in 1 Convertible tablet (Magnetic Docking)

Some cons:

  • Not for gaming or heavy users (Intel Atom Chipset)
  • No Dual Band WiFi Support (Realtek Wireless N)
  • Smaller battery compared to the Chuwi Hi10 Plus (only 6500mAh)

AvailabilityChuwi Hi10 Pro Z8350 retails at $159 (price until June 10) – More info here

There are other lists not included here: You can read it here: Tablet Guide

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