The Cube Thinker is finally here and on paper, I think it will easily beat the Xiaomi Mi Air 12. Here are the final specs
Xiaomi’s first ever Notebook is closely referenced to the Macbook Air and it is one of the best looking Ultrabooks currently available. Aside from looks, it definitely packs a punch and the features it offers makes it even better.
The successor to the Ezbook Pro, it is also a business version and comes with a Mobile Core i7 Dual Core Chipset. If you are looking for a budget workstation laptop, then look forward to this.
The Teclast X3 Plus offers similar design to the Teclast X5 Pro, but with relatively subdued specs. It does come with 6 GB RAM to boot which is a good sign for Multitasking.
Here is my Full Review of the Chuwi Hi13, the Surface Book Clone that offers a huge high Quality 13.5 inch 3K Display. It also features a 1024 High Sensitivity Stylus and a Premium All Aluminum Build.
Cube has it’s eyes on the Chuwi Hi13, their upcoming 2 in 1 Convertible bares strikingly similar specs including a Surface 4 Pro screen and SSD storage.
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.
Teclast’s successor to the X3 Pro is heavily referenced to the Surface Pro, but also comes with the latest Kaby Lake Core M3 Chipset. Is this the tablet to beat of 2017?
The Beelink Ap42 Mini PC is a small but powerful PC/TV Box powered by Apollo Lake N4200, it also has Dual Band WiFi and Supports up to 4K UHD Display.
Will this beat the legendary Xiaomi Mi Air 12? This is still a teaser to the Cube i35 Kaby Lake Laptop, and looking at a Surface Book screen, it is definitely one of my bucket list of 2017.
Chuwi’s first entry into the Apollo Lake line up is surprisingly good. This budget Laptop offers Intel Apollo Celeron N3450 which is a bit beefier compared to the Atom Cherry.
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?