Thursday, June 2, 2016

Chuwi Hi12 Dual-Boot Enabled Tablet with 64-Bit Intel Atom Cherry Trail Z8300 CPU

Aside from 10-inch dual-boot enabled tablets, a handful of 12-inch models are also available with the same Windows 10 Home Edition and Android 5.1 (Lollipop) operating systems. Chuwi Hi12 is among of those bigger machines treated with Intel Atom Cherry Trail processors. But in my surprise, most of these are associated with a 64-bit specification.

Chuwi Hi12 is the big brother of Chuwi Hi10. Aside from having a much wider screen, it is also equipped with upgraded storage sizes, expected higher screen resolution, and bigger aspect ratio. And for me, it is ideal for playing high-definition (HD) videos and other multimedia files. Aside from that, this machine also share a common specs with Hi10.

For more about Chuwi Hi12, see the following table below:

Operating SystemMicrosoft Windows 10 Home Edition or Android 5.1 (Lollipop)
CPUIntel Atom Cherry Trail Z8300 (Quad-Core) at 1.44GHz
Memory4GB DDR3
Storage64GB (Flash) eMMC with 64GB of Extended Flash Storage Support
Screen Size12-inch with 3:2 Aspect Ratio
Display/Resolution2160 x 1440-pixel with 10-point Capacitive IPS
Camera5-megapixel (Rear-Facing), 2-megapixel (Front-Facing)
Graphic CardGen8LP 12EU with 500Hz of Refresh Rate
Supported PortsMicro USB 3.0 and 2.0, Micro HDM, Standard 3.5-mm Headset Jack
Connectivity802.11b/g/n WiFi, 3G Support, Bluetooth 4.0, No Words for Ethernet Support
Body Dimension296 x 202 x 8-millimeter
ColorCombination of Black and Gray
Battery11000mAh Lithium-Ion
OthersBuilt-in Stereo Speakers and Microphone

Compare to the smaller version of Chuwi's tablet, Hi12 has a much bigger battery capacity to offer. And it is also loaded with free applications for reading MS Office documents and some Android-based software. But there is no words for being a convertible machine just like of TBook 10 from Teclast and Cube iWork 10 tablets.

Furthermore, its elegant and compacted package can trick anyone for a regular-size iPad (maybe, it is also an iPad Air 2 clone). And if you are asking about the actual price this dual-boot enabled tablet, that will probably start at around $250 and maybe lesser than $300.



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