Chinese language firm Chuwi has continued the enlargement of its system portfolio with the launch of the HiPad X.
This new pill runs Android 10, differentiating it from the already-released UBook X on Home windows 10. Powered by MediaTek’s Helio MT6771V processor and 6GB of RAM, the HiPad X comes with a 10.1in, 1920×1200 IPS show with a 16:10 side ratio.
No prizes for guessing the place Chuwi obtained its design inspiration, with the system wanting remarkably just like the iPad Professional. The all-metal chassis could not have the ability to rival Apple for a premium appear and feel however needs to be sturdy sufficient to not want a case.
You will most likely wish to add one other accent although, within the type of a keyboard cowl. This connects seamlessly through the ‘docking interface’ to allow on-the-go productiveness, similar to the iPad Professional has claimed because it first launched. The HiPad X can also be appropriate with Chuwi’s HiPen stylus, able to 1024 ranges of stress sensitivity.
The massive 7,000mAh battery needs to be sufficient for a number of days of utilization, notably with the HiPad X benefiting from Android 10’s battery optimisation instruments to handle the load on the battery for demanding duties like gaming.
Many of those specs are stable if somewhat unspectacular, however the huge promoting level is value. The HiPad X is at the moment out there for simply £257.43, whereas even bundling it with the keyboard will solely set you again £302.48.
For comparability, the most cost effective iPad Professional you may at the moment purchase prices you £769 for the pill alone. There are many compromises, not least in design and processor energy, however for informal utilization, the HiPad X could suffice.
Chuwi has indicated that the HiPad X will probably be launched “quickly”, though the itemizing on AliExpress suggests the system will ship to the UK from 23 September.