Today we have some good news for all the CHUWI brand fans out there, because the very good UBook family of 2-in-1 convertible products is about to get a new member soon. We have seen the UBook Pro before making the rounds in the Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign in October, but some fans would maybe prefer a toned down version of the tablet. And exactly that will be the CHUWI UBook model with still some very respectable specs and surely a bit lower pricing.
CHUWI UBook will be also a bit smaller with fully laminated 11,6-inch IPS screen with FullHD resolution and 16:9 aspect ratio. With the U-shaped kickstand design it will be easy to adjust it to the ideal position too. And with thickness of just 9mm and 760g of weight it will be extremely portable and lightweight. There will be of course also the option of adding the magnetic bakclit keyboard dock to extend the usage convenience.
The convertible tablet will be powered by Intel Celeron N4100 processor paired with 8 GB RAM and 256 GB of SDD disk storage, so pretty much enough juice for the day-to-day operations. It will also be carrying aboard pretty respectable array of ports including double full sized USB 3.0 ports, USB Type-C or microHDMI. You can also add to the list support of the 1024 pressure stylus HiPen H3 to further the very good list of specs. And the dualband ac Wi-Fi or the Bluetooth connection.
CHUWI UBook should be hitting the market by the end of the year so we are getting for sure another interesting December release date. So far we have no idea about the actual pricing for this model, but i’m sure the makers will let us know very soon.