Chuwi Vi10: tablet dua-boot con Atom Z3736F e tastiera dock Chuwi Vi10 is a dual-boot tablet like many, but compared to competing models has two full-size USB ports, a keyboard dock and a display of 10.6 inches. It costs about $ 130 (tablet-only), $ 145 with keyboard dock included.

After a few months of running, the dual-boot tablet have become all the rage, especially in China so that now almost all manufacturers have to list a device running Android and Windows simultaneously. Chuwi Vi10 but still managed to stand out from the others, because it proposes interesting technical specifications and this is one of the reasons why we have chosen to talk about it. The tablet should be available in China in a few weeks for the price of 799 yuan (approximately $ 129 ) or 899 yuan (approximately $ 145 ) bundled with the keyboard. But we move to its data sheet.

Chuwi Vi10

Chuwi Vi10 is a tablet processor Intel Atom Z3736F (Bay Trail), 2GB of RAM and 32GB of storage, but it is one of the few models with two USB full-size , a keyboard dock and a display 10.6 inches . With a slot for microSD cards up to 128GB, an HDMI port, a micro USB and a 8000 mAh battery as well. Runs on Windows 8.1 and Android 4.4 KitKat , the Chinese company also confirmed an upcoming update to Android 5.0 Lollipop . Although the two USB ports may not be as important for an Android tablet, return definitely useful for a device with Windows; you can connect a printer and an external hard drive together, for example, without having to remove one of the two devices to connect another one (or use a micro USB – USB).

Chuwi Vi10

But the tablet (or more generally devices) with two OS are really so practical? We think not much and Brad Liliputing seems to give us reason, since in this period it is testing one and the switch between the two operating systems is not as natural as you might think. The truth is otherwise: Microsoft grants free licenses of Windows for small tablet and the manufacturer does not cost anything too preinstall OS over to Android. Indeed, it is worth more, for those who buy it unless gigabytes occupied by Windows are not used for other activities. You what would you choose: an operating system in more or free storage?

Via: Mike Cane