As we look ahead to the next season of school (yes already), some of us are hoping to pick up some tech to make us more productive. For a few people this means a new smartphone. For others, it could mean a tablet. And for even others, this means a notebook/tablet hybrid device.
One such device that’s only just been made available, the Chuwi Vi10 Plus, features a 10.8-inch (1920 x 1080 pixels) display, and runs Remix OS 2.0. As sort of a blend of both Android (5.1) and Windows 10, it gives users added productivity and flexibility by allowing for both ecosystems.
In terms of hardware, the Chuwi Vi10 Plus comes in two versions: 2GB RAM with 32GB storage, and 4GB RAM with 64GB storage. Regardless of which model you opt for you’ll find an Intel Atom Cherry Trail X5 processor, and an 8400mAh battery.
As for other specs, the unit comes with a pair of 2-megapixel cameras, USB Type-C port, and support for a detachable docking (magnetic) keyboard. In the area of ports, the device offers up microHDMI output, microUSB, and microSD, too. Additionally, the Vi10 Plus supports Chuwi’s HiPen H2 Stylus. Both the keyboard and stylus are sold separately.
Priced to move, the 2GB model is only $169 while the 4GB carries a slightly higher $239 tag. For more information on the Chuwi Vi10 Plus, be sure to check out Chuwi’s website.
We checked Gearbest and found the 2GB/32GB version for only $159.99 but we’re not sure how long that will last.