Chuwi Hi10 XR: A Windows tablet with pen support and a detachable keyboard
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Chuwi already sells plenty of laptops and tablets, but that list now includes the Hi10 XR, a tablet that builds on the Hi10 X that we reviewed last year. The Hi10 XR supports pen input with up to 4,096 pressure levels and has a detachable keyboard that includes a USB Type-A port.
The tablet's main element is its 10.1-inch display though, which resolves natively at 1,920 x 1,200 pixels. This resolution corresponds to a 16:10 aspect ratio, so the Hi10 XR is not as tall as a 3:2 tablet would be. Nonetheless, the tablet is only 8.8 mm thick and weighs around 600 g. Additionally, Chuwi has included an HDMI connection, along with two USB Type-C ports and a microSD card reader.
There is also 6 GB of RAM and a Celeron N4120 processor from Intel's Gemini Lake generation. The 14 nm processor peaks at 2.6 GHz on its four cores, but it does not support Intel Hyper-Threading. It also has a 6 W TDP and integrates an Intel UHD Graphics 600 GPU. Currently, Chuwi only offers the tablet with 128 GB of storage.
AliExpress and Banggood sell the Hi10 XR, which ships with Windows 10, a stylus and a keyboard. The tablet is cheapest on Banggood, where it sells for US$299.99. However, it is out of stock at the time of writing.