Chuwi Hi12 officially launched with gaming video

Chinese tablet maker Chuwi officially unveiled their Chuwi Hi12 tablet today and also posted a video of the tab running League of Legends.

Being on of the first 12-inch Windows 10 tablets from China the Chuwi Hi12 has been a hotly discussed device. Today, Chuwi officially launched that tablet in China and tweeted details to their loyal international fans along with posting the above hands on video.

In the video we see the Intel Cherry Trail powered tablet running League of Legends and while it looks impressive we would like to see the test in the flesh as we’re not sure the Cherry Trail is up to full 2160 x 1440 gaming.

The video also shows that tablet with a keyboard, although we don’t believe this is the official Chuwi keyboard as it isn’t using the dock connectors in the bottom of that tablet’s body.

Specs for the Chuwi Hi12 include a 12 inch 2160 x 1440 display, Intel Cherry Trail Z8300 processor, 4GB RAM and 64GB internal memory. Windows 10 comes on the machine as standard but an Android OS version is meant to be in the works also.

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