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- 15% CHUWI UBook X 12 inch Touchscreen Tablet PC Bundled with Keyboard and Stylus Pen, 8GB RAM 256GB SSD, 2160×1440 Pixels Display, Intel N4120 Quad…

CHUWI UBook X 12 inch Touchscreen Tablet PC Bundled with Keyboard and Stylus Pen, 8GB RAM 256GB SSD, 2160×1440 Pixels Display, Intel N4120 Quad…


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  • 【Fuel Your Ideas by Next-Gen Processor】Intel Gemini Lake n4120 processor, 4 cores and 4 threads, 1.1-2.6ghz, integrated UHD 600 graphic card. Compared with the previous generation n3350 processor, the single core performance was improved by 45% and the multi-core performance was improved by 90%.
  • 【Bundled with HiPen H6 and Keyboard】The pen supports 4096 levels of pressure sensitivity. Magnetic keyboard and UBook X’s kickstand will help you find your comfortable visual angles(0-145°), help you to transform the device into a notebook. Whether you at an office, airport, park or your own home – UBook X can be used quickly and easily to increase productivity.
  • 【2K Resolution with 3 : 2 Aspect Ratios】2160×1440 resolution makes anything clearly and compared to other 16:9 display, more contents will be showed on the 12 inch large screen because of the 3:2 screen aspect ratios.
  • 【Running Smoothly and Large Storage】8gb ddr4 ram and 256gb will help you storage those important files at ease. Including tons of the songs, movies, e-books. Rapidly software running, smoothly casual games playing.
  • 【Design for Portable and All-in-One】Ultra slim and light, just 1.72lbs and 0.27″ thin. All-day battery life up to 5 hours. Build-in ​1 x USB Type-C, 1 x USB Type-A, 1 x Micro HD1.4, 1 x .5 mm Headphone/Microphone, dual band Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 5.0

Specification: CHUWI UBook X 12 inch Touchscreen Tablet PC Bundled with Keyboard and Stylus Pen, 8GB RAM 256GB SSD, 2160×1440 Pixels Display, Intel N4120 Quad…

Standing screen display size

‎12 Inches

Screen Resolution


Max Screen Resolution



‎1.1 GHz FX_Series_Quad_Core_FX_4120



Memory Speed

‎2133 MHz

Hard Drive

‎256 GB SSD

Chipset Brand


Wireless Type

‎Bluetooth, 802.11bgn, 802.11a

Average Battery Life in hours

‎6 Hours




‎UBook X

Item model number

‎UBook X

Hardware Platform


Operating System


Item Weight

‎1.72 pounds

Package Dimensions

‎16.1 x 12.83 x 3.62 inches



Rear Webcam Resolution

‎5 MP

Processor Brand


Processor Count


Computer Memory Type


Flash Memory Size

‎256 GB

Hard Drive Interface

‎Serial ATA

Power Source


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9 reviews for CHUWI UBook X 12 inch Touchscreen Tablet PC Bundled with Keyboard and Stylus Pen, 8GB RAM 256GB SSD, 2160×1440 Pixels Display, Intel N4120 Quad…

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  1. Omar Pérez

    I thought this would be a great gift for my sister. She wanted a tablet to do art on and this one marketed itself as a good art tablet. But, the touch screen is awful and she can barely do anything on it without it glitching. It is good for her schoolwork and works well as a computer, but the touch screen is absolutely horrible. Its basically unusable for it.

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  2. PSW

    I’m an IT Pro with 20 years experience. I had purchased a surface pro 7 and for me this was actually better device. This was really just going to be used for me when I needed to be extremely mobile and I wanted something lightweight and not too big. the surface pro 7 for me was a little bit too big and obviously the price is much much higher. For the light use of Internet browsing in using a few office applications this is perfect and I’ve not noticed any significant performance issues for those needs. battery life has been pretty good about 5 hours seems easily attainable more if you really keep your screen brightness low. It’ll be interesting to see how it holds up in a long term but feels like a premium product without the sticker shock. I was very excited to be able to get such a large hard drive and so much ram in such a reasonably priced device. lots of the online reviews what kind of negative of the chili brand and maybe it won’t hold up great however so far I’ve been very very happy. the only negative I have noticed is that at times when the keyboard is folded back so it should be disabled I will start getting characters typed. also windows hello doesn’t work on this device since it says the camera is incompatible which is a little bit disappointing but for the price of the device you cannot beat it.

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  3. Kamil G

    This tablet worked great for the first month and now all of a sudden true battery will not keep a charge. Will charge it overnight, take it off the charger and within 10 minutes the battery dies, so basically I can never use it without the charger. Total waste of money.

    Update: so I have been going back and forth with the Chuwi service line and they have been horrible to work with. First they send me a battery, for which I have to pay to take to a repair place to get installed, but was told there was a chance the screen would break and there isn’t a guarantee it can be fixed. Why should I pay all this money for an item under warranty. I contact the service desk again and they tell me that they cannot repair the item because their repair centers are closed due to the pandemic. Okay that’s fine, so what is my resolution? I’m told to wait until they reopen. Are you serious? This item is for a student starting school and I’m supposed to wait to get an item under warranty fixed? How about a refund? How about a new device altogether? I will be reporting this company to BBB. Will never ever purchase from them again.

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  4. John E

    I purchased a Ubook 11.6 a few years ago. As you can see from my original review (see below) I had mixed feelings about it (except for the keyboard, which I flat-out hated). Nonetheless, I went on to use the Ubook 11.6 for several years as my treadmill device for work. I found that it adequately handled my day-to-day activities of web browsing, video meetings, and working in the Microsoft Office 365 suite.

    Recently I had the opportunity to put the newest version of the Ubook – the Ubook X 12 – through its paces. (See pictures for unboxing experience.) As the name implies, the Ubook X 12 has a slightly larger screen, but perhaps most important of all, it had a fully functional keyboard! I was so happy to see that CHUWI was able to resolve the earlier issues with the Ubook 11.6 keybaord. As in the case of the Ubook 11.6, the Ubook X 12 keyboard attaches magnetically to the base of the tablet. No Bluetooth involved. The keyboard also serves as a protective cover when you fold it up.

    How does the Ubook X 12 compare to high-end Windows tablets? Aesthetically, it looks very nice. When I was testing it, I had it sitting next to an HP Elite X2 G4 – a tablet costing many times more than the CHUWI. Glancing back and forth they looked very similar – you certainly can’t tell the Ubook X 12 is a lower-cost model by looking at it.

    Having said that, there are differences on the inside. Whereas high-end tablets use Intel Core I5 or I7 processors, the Ubook X 12 employs a 4-core Celeron-series processor. There’s no shame in that. The Celeron is an able workhorse – it is certainly able to run the usual array of work and student applications. I even fired up a resource-intensive graphics program (Krita), and it ran fine (although it did take more time to load than on a Core I5 or I7).

    I didn’t have much luck with the battery-driven (battery included) two-button stylus. Yes, it worked. But I personally don’t like the feel of a rubber tip on slick glass, and I had some issues with consistency of strokes. However, you should probably consider that to be my personal problem; I see other reviews where the reviewers are happy with the Ubook X 12 as a drawing tablet or for note taking. So, it might just be me.

    What’s the bottom line? If you are looking for a tablet to handle web browsing, video meetings, and mainstream productivity applications, the Ubook X 12 is a bargain.


    I bought the U Book to replace an aging Microsoft Surface Pro 3 that could no longer handle the job of being the secondary work computer I use when on my treadmill. For work, I need to run Outlook, Teams, Chrome, Evernote, and typically one or more office apps (e.g. Word, Excel, or PowerPoint). My Surface Pro 3 only has 4MB of memory which just isn’t enough room to fit all the apps. So I had a memory problem – not a CPU or disk space problem.

    I wanted a low-cost solution, so the U Book was attractive to me. It had the memory allocation I was looking for (8MB) and sufficient CPU power and storage. So I went for it and bought the package that included a keyboard and a pen.

    Now let’s get to the love/hate part of the review.

    The tablet itself is very nice – it falls into the love category. The kickstand is sturdy and adjustable. The screen is nice. It has a good range of ports (2 USB-As, 1 limited-use USB-C, one micro-HDMI, and a headphone port). The ports are somewhat awkwardly arranged, but then again, it’s hard to find a great place for ports on a tablet form factor. In terms of meeting the needs to run my applications – it’s worked just fine. The CPU consumption runs higher than it was with my Surface Pro 3, but then again the Intel Celeron is not exactly Intel’s top-of-the-line processor. I was fully aware of that at the time of purchase.

    The keyboard (with integrated touchpad) falls into the hate category. I don’t mean casual hate either – I mean full-on, pick-it-up-and-throw-it-out-the-window hate. I found the touchpad to be completely unusable. The keyboard would lose connection as I was typing and would therefore drop characters right and left. DON’T GET (OR USE) THE KEYBOARD. I ended up using a bluetooth keyboard and extra mouse I had lying around the office – and I’m quite happy with the result.

    I received a pen in the package, but have no opinion on it (other than it uses hard-to-find quadruple A (AAAA) batteries). I haven’t tried to use it for drawing. I did use it as a stylus and it worked.

    So what’s the bottom line? I do see this as an incredible value. This was an under $400 solution when everything else I looked at was over $800. Just don’t expect to get more than what you pay for – and you need to know what you are going to use this device for before you buy it. This is not a gaming system or a high-end media manipulation platform. However, it’s an excellent solution for middle-of-the-road business applications or casual web browsing.

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  5. Jonathan Baynes

    Realmente trae Windows 10 de escritorio, que si gustas puedes pasar al modo tablet cuando lo necesites, puedes instalar cualquier programa que instalas en tu PC de escritorio, Office, Corel, etc solo ten en cuenta qué es un procesador básico aún así es muy fluido en programas estudiantiles. No es lo mejor para el diseño gráfico o para edición de video, pero sí es muy dinámica qué pueda pasar de una tablet a una laptop con su teclado que además sirve de protección cómo un case.

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  6. Amazon Customer

    Es tal cual lo que se anuncia, llegó relativamente rápido y tuvo un buen precio, por ahora funciona correctamente y no presenta problema alguno. Veré con el tiempo como se comporta.

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  7. John E

    I’m typically not the person to buy a small tablet 2-1 with Windows for daily use mainly because I try to avoid these tablets that are trying to pack a huge punch in a budget friendly package. Although this 2-1 does not pack a huge punch, it gets the job done and impressively at that! I usually try to avoid the keyboard options as well but this is easily the best 2-1 keyboard I’ve used. Responsive, gives a good response, and overall great. The only thing that’s annoying is the small touchpad, but the great capacitive touchscreen does make up for it.

    I haven’t had any issues with software, updates, etc. so they’ve done a great job with the drivers and overall Windows support. Everything opens quick enough for daily use, however, I have not used it with an external monitor just yet so once I do that I may update this review.

    Negatives: the few things that I can list here are not deal breakers by any means. Coming from a tech geek – you can take all of these with a grain of salt;
    – smaller than expected touchpad
    – slight lag between opening keyboard case/startup after ~2 sleep time
    – dropped frames in high def videos

    I’ll update as I use this over the months and years!

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  8. Mackenzie

    Me esposo estuve revisando muchísimos modelos y marcas. Esta tablet es bastante rápida y su base la estabiliza perfectamente en un buen ángulo. El teclado no presenta ningún problema para desacoplarse

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  9. Jaime Santiago Hernandez

    Todo esta muy bien pensado, excepto que el teclado no esta en Español y la calidad del monitor no es tan buena.
    De ahí en fuera, todo muy bien.
    La recomiendo.

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