Chuwi doubles the core-count of the Hi10 Go with Intel Celeron N5100 processor upgrade
Last year, Chuwi launched the Hi10 Go, a 2-in-1 convertible running Windows 10. Prior to its launch, Chuwi claimed that the Hi10 Go would be available with the Celeron N5100, an Intel Jasper Lake processor that has a 6 W TDP. However, the company eventually introduced the Hi10 Go with the Celeron N4500, also a Jasper Lake processor but one with half the amount of CPU cores that the Celeron N5100 has.
Inexplicably, Chuwi is now offering the Hi10 Go with the Celeron N5100, seven months after it started selling the device. The Hi10 Go remains at US$299.99 though, despite its processor upgrade. Similarly, the Hi10 Go still has 6 GB of LPDDR4X RAM, 128 GB of eMMC flash storage and a 22 Wh battery.
Additionally, the new Hi10 Go retains its predecessor's 10.1-inch display. According to Chuwi, the IPS display has a 1,920 x 1,200-pixel native resolution, yielding a 16:10 aspect ratio. Currently, Chuwi sells the revised Hi10 Go on AliExpress, where it is available on its own, with a keyboard, a pen or both. For reference, Chuwi charges US$370.90 for the Hi10 Go with its keyboard and pen.