CHUWI Hi10 Go
1. Intel Celeron N5100 processor
2. New upgrade HiPen H6 4096 pressure levels
3. 16:10 aspect ratio 10.1 IPS
We introduced you to a true Microsoft Surface competitor in the form of the Chuwi UBook, which has now been launched in its latest version and at a top price. Today, we are talking about the Chuwi Hi10 Go tablet, which is supposed to convince as a full-fledged convertible. We have all the information and data about the latest version of the Chuwi convertible and tell you what you can expect from it in terms of performance.
The Hi10 Go is a new convertible from the manufacturer Chuwi and is so exciting because it offers the best performance specs and a chic exterior. Like all the other devices Chuwi has launched this year, the new concept also affects the Hi10 Go’s design. The tablet is launched in a metal casing and thus not only looks good, but also offers the best performance data. If you only look at the tablet, i.e. without the keyboard attached, it measures just 8.8 millimeters in thickness; the tablet thus weighs 522 grams.
The included keyboard makes the convertible a real one of its kind. The Hi10 Go can be used as a normal tablet via touch gestures, but it turns into a full-fledged notebook with a flick of the wrist once the keyboard is plugged in. The keyboard is also made of metal and makes a high-quality impression, which makes the whole Chuwi convertible quite attractive. By the way, the keyboard has a USB 3.0 port. The tablet itself offers a larger selection: A headphone jack, a micro-HDMI output, and a slot for SD cards can be found here. Two USB-C ports are also on board.
The performance data of the Hi10 Go is convincing. For example, an Intel Celeron N5100 processor is installed, which achieves impressive computing rates together with 6GB of working memory. Furthermore, LPDDR4 is now used for connecting the RAM, which differs from the predecessor. 128GB of SSD storage should be enough for most users to not be limited in everyday use and to quickly move larger amounts of files back and forth. By the way, a 10.1-inch IPS panel in 16:10 format is installed, which has a total resolution of 1,920 x 1,200 pixels.
Chuwi uses Windows 10 as the operating system in the Hi10 Go, which should be the optimal solution for most users. The current OS is powerful and handles the installed hardware efficiently. The tablet notebook should have a good battery life of 8 hours. We place the Chuwi Hi10 Go in the mid-range segment, both in terms of performance and price. The convertible is a successful work solution for users, but also for intensive users who want to use higher-performance computing processes in addition to normal hardware.
CHUWI Hi10 Go Prices
Specification: CHUWI Hi10 Go