There isn’t a lot of fanfare or marketing around this tablet, but what little marketing was pushed behind it has it fighting the Kindle ereader. However, this tablet is more than just an ereader. It dual boots Windows and Android and has a relavtively high res Samsung display. However, is this really a compelling option as an ebook reader? Keep on watching to find out.
|7.5” 1440×1080 IPS Display 45-300nits, Samsung||Intel Baytrail Z3735F Quad Core|
|2GB RAM + 32GB ROM||2MP + 0.3MP Camera|
|Windows 10, Android 4.4||MicroUSB|
|3500mAh Battery||MicroSD card slot, OTG|
|323g, 194.4 x 131.6 x 7 mm|
This tablet doesn’t look very nice or sleek. It’s also actually quite a big tablet beacuse of the 4:3 screen aspect ratio, about the same size as the iPad Mini, but compared to the Kindle, it’s quite a bit bigger, but weighs about the same.
You get the volume and power buttons on the right and a the microSD card on the left.
The back of the tablet is the normal plastic, the same as you would find on the Chuwi Hi8, Chuwi Vi8, and Hi10. Not impressive, but not terrible either.