Chuwi didn’t make an appearance at MWC but they did reveal some exciting news for fans of Chinese Windows tablets.
Chuwi have officially announced that they will launch a new tablet in April and have also passed on some press photos of the device. Called the Chuwi Hi 10 Air, we can assume the device is a 10-inch model, and from the images we can see a few ports and plugs to use.
The convertible tablet can be used on its own or with a physical keyboard that effectively turns it into a 10-inch Windows 10 netbook. Images show that there will be a HDMI port, USB, Type C USB, and micro SD card slot (there may also be space for a SIM card).
Chuwi Hi 10 Air Gallery
No news on what chipset the tablet will use, but it’s highly likely it will be an Intel Atom SoC of some sort. Chuwi will update us with full specifications and pricing nearer to the launch date.