Good news for all the Chuwi fans ! Chuwi Hi10 Go, the company’s first Jasperlake N5100 tablet will be available at the end of April 2021. The new model will inherit the classic design gene of the best-selling HI10 series and add to the mix new leading Intel 10nm processor. So we can expect some really solid performance, while keeping things stylish.
The first one to be powered by Intel’s 10nm Jasperlake processor
Intel’s 10nm technology CPU has long been highly anticipated by the market. Earlier in 2020, Intel shown the first 10nm processor ” Jasper Lake series ” in the product roadmap and then finally shipped first units in 2021Q1. As a global strategic partner of Intel, Chuwi is one of the world’s first PC manufacturers to upgrade their products with the new generation of Intel 10nm CPUs.
IPC performance increased by 30%, more powerful with lower power consumption
Hi10 Go will pick up the Celeron N5100 processor,which is based on the new Tremont architecture. Compared to older Gemini Lake N4100, IPC (instructions per clock cycle, performance) can be equivalent with the frequency increase by more than 30%.
Four-core four-thread design and turbo frequency reaching 2.8 GHz spells a pretty potent CPU indeed. The new chip also brings 11th Gen GPU HFM350 UHD and higher frequency of 800 MHZ, supporting 4K image decoding. Andthe TDP highest thermal design power consumption is kept only at 6W. Compared with the current 14nm products, the next 10nm generation shows clearly as a front-runner in both performance and power consumption.
2in1 design and balanced hardware
New tablet HI10 Go is designed with a new model, using the 2.5D glass radian. Which is popular in the current plate, and the metal body with high texture is excellent both in feel and looks. The device features a 10.1-inch full-fit IPS screen with 1920*1200 resolution. And thickness still kept very thin with just 8.5mm, making it light and portable. Furthermore it is equipped with 6GB LPDDR4 RAM +128GB EMMC internal storage, and 22Wh large-capacity battery.
It also supports the original Hipen H6 stylus and docking keyboard, giving full advantages of a multi-functional tablet computer. The price of the new Hi10 Go has not been announced yet, but most likely will continue Chuwi’s high price/performance strategy.
The Chuwi Hi10Go is expected to launch globally pretty soonin April 2021. Ushering the new generation of 10nm tablets and bringing users a new future-oriented experience. At least according to official sources. For more information about Hi10 Go and other Chuwi products just visit their official website.