The successor to the Hibook 2, the Chuwi Hibook Pro offers a 2K Fully Laminated Retina Display, USB Type C and Dual OS Support.
Ultra budget Ultrabook that offers Z8350 Chipset, Full Size USB 3.0 and a Fully Laminated TP LCD Screen, which promises better image quality and touch sensitivity.
Another Sub$100 Tablet that is getting rebooted, the Pipo W2s is a popular budget tablet and now comes with a new X5-Z8350 Atom Chipset.
The Teclast x80 Plus Z8350 is the latest Ultra Budget Tablet to be rebooted to the Intel Atom X5-Z8350 version.
The new Cherry Trail X5-Z8350 chipset is now replacing the older Z8300 models. Although there are plenty to choose from, I have narrowed my search to a few. These are my top budget tablets this month of January.
Cube’s first budget Tablet that offers the new Cherry Trail Z8350 Chipset. Is it really better than the old Z8300?
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?
The successor to the popular Jumper EZbook 2, now comes with Intel Atom X5-Z8350 Chip and Dual Band AC Wireless support. It also comes with 128 GB of eMMC Storage to boot and USB Type C Support.
The Chuwi Hi10 Plus has now been upgraded, boasting the new Intel Atom Cherry Trail X5-Z8350 Chip and Intel Graphics 400, it is poised to be even faster.
The Voyo A1 Plus is the successor to the A1 Plus Ultimate. And frankly, looking at the specs, it is just a reboot. It comes with a new slightly faster Chipset.