CHUWI Hi10 XR
1. Intel’s Gemini Lake N4120 processor
2. 9th Gen UHD Graphics 600 GPU
3. New upgrade HiPen H6 4096 pressure levels
4. 16:10 aspect ratio 10.1 inch IPS Display
Chuwi introduced the Hi10 XR, a hybrid tablet computer that can be used as a notebook thanks to a plug-in keyboard. The novelty will be on sale by the end of this month.
The developer calls the device the world’s first tablet with 10.1-inch display and Intel Celeron processor N4120 generation Gemini Lake Refresh. The chip contains four processing cores without multithreading support and an Intel UHD 600 graphics controller. The base clock frequency is 1.1 GHz and the maximum is 2.6 GHz.
The screen has a resolution of 1920 × 1080 pixels. Interact with the panel can be with your fingers and a special pen HiPen H6, which provides recognition of 4096 levels of force.
In the arsenal of the gadget – 6 GB of RAM, a flash drive with a capacity of 128 GB, a slot for an SD card, two symmetrical USB Type-C ports, the front and rear cameras with unnamed resolution.
Windows 10 operating system is installed on the tablet. Unfortunately, there is no information about the approximate cost of the new product at the moment.
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