Dual boot Chuwi V10HD tablet announced

chuwi v10hd dual boot

Chuwi are taking advantage of the new relaxed Windows licensing rules to launch the Chuwi V10HD dual boot tablet.

For those of you who like to be productive, like to switch between operating systems and want performance at a reasonable price, the Chuwi V10HD dual-boot tablet should be worth a look.

The 10inch 1920 x 1200 is large and spacious, while 3G and WIFI connections will mean you can be at the office even while at the beach. The main feature of the latest Chuwi device though is its ability to switch from Android OS to Windows 8, all handled by a 64bit Intel Bay Trail processor clocked at 1.83Ghz and 2GB RAM.

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In China the V10HD has been given the official retail price of just 1699 Yuan, we will have to see how much the tablet finally sells for once international resellers and online stores begin offering it.

[ Gizchina.es ]
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  1. F443
    October 1, 2014

    Chuwi (little-known) doing what ASUS did this year (but canned)…

    • Anonymous
      October 1, 2014

      You forget 1 thing! The reason was dat Google didn’t like it that asus do it, but this is a Chinese company, in China there are lot of things and changes with android which Google didn’t like.

  2. The Chosen One
    October 2, 2014

    I would like to see and hear how this unit compares to the RAmos i10 Pro in build quality and performance.

    Maybe in time a comparison between both units can be done

  3. riskinhos
    October 2, 2014

    where’s glonass? full sd card slot? nfc? wifi ac? does it have a built in ssd and ram or is it upgradable like it should? where’s usb 3.0?
    imo there’s much better bay trail tablets that you can easily install android x86 on them.