Chuwi HiPad X: A detachable and 2-in-1 tablet with a 16:10 aspect ratio display that supports Android 10 and LTE
Android tablets have had not had the same success as their iPad counterparts, but Chuwi has decided to release one nonetheless. Called the HiPad X, the tablet runs Android 10 and measures 252.54 x 162.94 x 9.5 mm while weighing 550 g. The 10.1-inch device may look fairly run of the mill, but it supports pen input and a detachable keyboard stand.
A MediaTek Helio MT6771 underpins the HiPad X, which Chuwi has complemented with 6 GB of LPDDR4X RAM and 128 GB of UFS 2.1 storage. If the latter is not enough for you, then you could add a microSD card. Additionally, the tablet supports 4G LTE connectivity across two SIM card slots.
The 10.1-inch display in the HiPad X is an IPS panel that resolves at 1,920 x 1,200 pixels. This corresponds to a 16:10 aspect ratio, but you must also make do with some fairly thick bezels. A short video teaser published on Chuwi's Twitter account suggests that the bezels are even thicker than they look in marketing renders, too.
Chuwi will officially launch the HiPad X on September 15, but the tablet is already available to order on AliExpress from US$333.32. Adding the detachable keyboard brings the price up to US$391.65, while the model that includes a stylus costs US$366.65. If you want both accessories and the HiPad X, then this bundle will set you back US$416.65.