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CHUWI Hi10 X, 10.1″ Tablet with Keyboard and Pen, 6GB LPDDR4 128GB Storage, 1920x1200P 10-Point Touch Display, Intel Celeron N4120, 2 in 1…


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Last updated on May 13, 2022 7:06 am Details
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  • ✔ QUAD CORES PROCESSOER: Hi10 X equipped with Intel Gemini-Lake N4120 CPU (4M Cache, up to 2.6Ghz, Quad-cores, 4 Threads) integrated with 9th Gen Intel Graphics 600 and equipped with 24.05Wh battery, perfect for playing casual games, browsing website, watching YouTube, listening to music and using word programs.
  • ✔ LARGE STORAGE CAPACITY: This 2-in-1 tablet PC built-in LPDDR4 6G ram that you can opening dozens of web tabs and smoothly running multi-task and software. The eMMc 128GB storage would easily help you store important documents and HD movies, musics and games. Support up to 128GB Micro SD Card Expansion.
  • ✔ 10 INCH FHD IPS PANNEL: Full laminated process with 1920×1200 pixels resolution and 16:10 widescreen aspect ratio, provide consistent and rich colors, make pictures crystal clear. Consume Prime videos and watching Netflix video would be a treat. You can also conect your tablet to the TV via the micro HD port and enjoy HD movies on the large screen.
  • ✔ PRIME METAL TEXTURE: Compared to Hi10 X and other cheap plastic-body tablet, this laptop tablet is made of impressive aluminium alloy, which provides you ultra slim and solid body. Also, it integrated 2MP front and 5MP rear camera for you to record daily wonderful moments. BT5.0 and Strong 2.4G/5G Wi-Fi(802.11a/ac/b/g/n) will give you no lag browsing webs, streaming video experience.
  • ✔ BUNDLED with KEYBOARD and PEN: The detacable keyboard connectable via the magnet a 5 pin. The HiPen is 4096 Levels Pressure Sensitivity. These tools will provide more higher producticity for those who want to draw pictures or take notes. Plus, Whole body contains rich ports likes 2*USB Type-C ports, 1* Micro HD port, 1*USB3.0, 1*Headphone jack, 1*SD card reader.

Specification: CHUWI Hi10 X, 10.1″ Tablet with Keyboard and Pen, 6GB LPDDR4 128GB Storage, 1920x1200P 10-Point Touch Display, Intel Celeron N4120, 2 in 1…

Standing screen display size

‎10.1 Inches

Screen Resolution


Max Screen Resolution

‎1920 x 1200


‎1.1 GHz celeron_n



Hard Drive

‎128 GB eMMC

Graphics Coprocessor

‎Intel® UHD Graphics 600

Chipset Brand


Wireless Type

‎Bluetooth, 802.11bgn, 802.11a

Average Battery Life in hours

‎6 Hours




‎Hi10 X with Keyboard and Pen

Item model number

‎Hi10 X with Keyboard and Pen

Hardware Platform


Operating System

‎Windows 10 Home

Item Weight

‎1.15 pounds

Package Dimensions

‎14.2 x 9.8 x 3.5 inches



Rear Webcam Resolution

‎5 MP

Processor Brand


Processor Count


Computer Memory Type


Flash Memory Size

‎128 GB

Hard Drive Interface

‎Solid State

Power Source

‎AC & Battery


‎7.4 Volts


‎1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)

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8 reviews for CHUWI Hi10 X, 10.1″ Tablet with Keyboard and Pen, 6GB LPDDR4 128GB Storage, 1920x1200P 10-Point Touch Display, Intel Celeron N4120, 2 in 1…

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  1. Cliente de Amazon

    Excelente equipo para dibujar , estudiar, ver series y jugar en la nube. No lo recomendaría para trabajo.
    Me gustó la portabilidad y practicidad del equipo. Aunque me gustaría que tuviese más rendimiento para trabajar en ella.

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  2. Mandy Oster

    Es excelente en todos los sentidos: desde la imagen, el desempeño, la calidad de los materiales, hasta la calidad del teclado y la pluma. Ha sido la mejor compra.

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  3. Peter K

    I wanted a small, inexpensive (so I would worry less about it) Windows (so I can run programs not available on Android) computer to take on trips and work on my travel photos, and this one fills the bill. It has a brighter screen than name brand computers in this price range, has more eMMC memory 128GB, has more RAM 6GB, and runs well. The only unknown is whether it will have a similar repair rate to the name brands. Detailed review follows:
    Overall appearance is very nice – most of the body appears to be metal with a sandblasted or etched, silver finish that does not show finger prints. Bright metal bevels along the edges. Wide (5/8” top/bottom, 7/8” sides) black bezels around the 10.1” screen looks less modern, but I don’t know if Chuwi could have crammed all the components in the thin tablet portion if they had made the screen 11” with thin bezels.
    Tablet portion was a bit over 1.2# on my scale, as was the keyboard portion. Total weight 2.4-2.5#.
    Power and volume controls are on the top edge, left when in laptop mode).
    5MP camera on top back is mediocre but OK for videos. 2MP webcam is also just adequate.
    Left edge, top to bottom: 3.5mm audio jack, micro HDMI, USB-C charge+2.0*1 data, USB-C 3.0*1 data, TF card slot (note TF card is 1-2mm larger than microSD card so they don’t interchange) which supports up to 128G TF card, Speaker.
    Right edge: speaker at bottom.
    Bottom edge: 2 slots to mate with two protruding fins on the keyboard hinge. 5 POGO pins for the electrical connections. Magnets hold the tablet to the keyboard strongly enough that you can turn the computer upside down and even shake it gently without the pieces separating.
    Tiny QWERTY keyboard has all the usual keys, with the usual, manufacturer specific, changes in position of some of the minor keys, and many keys do double duty with various functions (function symbols not explained in the manual – most are common, but the symbol on the F11 key is new to me, and I haven’t been able to figure out what it does). Some keys and the trackpad are a bit more sensitive than others, so the error rate during typing was higher for me than on my good, full size computer keyboard, but overall, the keyboard was better than I had expected after reading several reviews. Keyboard has 2 standard (full size, rectangular) USB-A ports (USB 3.0 according to specs), one on on each side near the hinge, and 6 small rubber pads on the upper face of the keyboard to support the display when closed. Keyboard USB ports will supply power even when the computer is asleep (haven’t tested tablet ports). Trackpad responds to a very light touch, and does most of the modern multi finger “tricks”. 1 finger tap = left click. 2 finger tap = right click. 3 finger tap = opens search. 2 finger scroll/pan. Pinch/spread two fingers to zoom out/in (seems to work better on photos than on text.)
    Display can be “wiggled” a little as one would expect from the type of attachment. Otherwise, the entire laptop is quite rigid and can easily be supported with one hand. Hinge opens to about 35 degrees past vertical, and probably stops there to allow touchscreen operation without tipping the computer backwards when on a desk. As the hinge opens, the back of the keyboard rises a few degrees to make typing more comfortable. If you are very tall or the desk is shorter than average, you will be looking down on the display at a mild angle, but the display is still bright and clear. Trackpad gets “sticky” if your fingers aren’t clean. Touchscreen gets the usual smudges which become annoying if the light is bright and behind you – another reason to keep your hands clean. Chuwi recommends using only damp (not dripping wet) cotton (or microfiber) cloth to clean the computer and screen.
    There are no vents or fan (passive cooling thru the metal case), and all the warmth comes out the left side of the tablet portion, particularly the upper left near the power button. Because there are no vents and no heat along the keyboard portion, this is one laptop that really can be used on your lap.
    IPS Display is 1200X1920 pixels and brighter than most computers, especially in this price range (also noted in other reviews). In standard room lighting, only 50% brightness is needed. Touch screen works both in laptop mode and tablet mode. Because the screen is only 10.1”, you may want to adjust display settings to 175% scale to make reading easier. From the factory, the display showed a blue bias (like many other factory displays), but this was easily corrected using Intel Graphics Command Center (included with the computer, and also available in MS Store). When using IGCC, there is one switch to toggle between all colors slider vs individual colors sliders. Select individual colors (which disables the “all colors” slider, and enables the sliders for red/green/blue) and then adjust a photo to look correct. Note that skin tones and pale whites/grays are the most sensitive for subtle color bias.
    Speakers sound fairly good for a tiny computer, but they are only loud enough for the computer user. If you want to use it as a boom box, you will need external, powered speakers. I get about the same perceived loudness with built-in speakers at 100% or earbuds at 35% power.
    Computer comes with essential apps, and no significant bloatware. It is set to download additional common apps from the Windows Store once you connect to the internet.
    The included, paper User Manual is only good for general advice (e.g. don’t slosh water on it), and basic specs.
    In addition to specs reported above, 128GB eMMC internal memory (better than most), 6G DDR4 RAM (best in field in this price range), screen ratio 16:10, WiFi 2.4GHz/5GHz 802.11 a/ac/b/g/n,
    Bluetooth 5.0, Host hot function, Gravity and Magnetic sensors, 262mmX167mmX8.8mm (tablet portion) and about 18mm thickness for complete laptop
    Supported Voice/Audio formats: OGG, ACC, M4A, FLAC, AMR, etc
    Supported Video formats: AVI, MKV, MP4, M4V, WEBM, 3GP, MPEDG4, etc.
    The paper manual doesn’t tell the user how to access BIOS (rapidly press ESC key during the first few seconds of boot) or boot menu (rapidly press F7). The computer can usually sense the type of device which is plugged in and present that as an option in the F7 boot menu. If it doesn’t “see” the bootable device or if you can’t boot from the device, you may need to disable secure boot in BIOS and/or change from UEFI boot to Legacy boot or go to BIOS and set that device to boot first.
    With 46 individual apps and folders of apps included in Windows 10 Home plus downloads from Windows Store, plus 10 of my favorite apps from outside the Windows Store (including real-time Avast antivirus), boot took 32” seconds from power off to desktop, including entry of a password, which is only a couple of seconds slower than a new computer that cost 3X as much. Then it took only 13” to open a Word document. Shut down took only about 5-10”.
    After a large Windows update, installation of Adobe PhotoShop Elements, GIMP, and Canon ZoomBrowser (3 large photo programs), boot time increased slightly to 42” to desktop and an additional 18” to open a Word document.
    Sleep is a little quicker than Shut-Down: shutdown in 5” and boot in 28” including password. Sleep uses about 6% of the battery energy per day.
    Overall, this seems to be an excellent Wiidows 10 computer for the money except for the rear facing camera which is OK for video, but probably not as good as your phone camera for taking pictures. The major unknown comes from a lack of data on repair rates compared with name brand computers. Note that some name brand computers have nearly twice as many repairs as others, and Asurion, the Amazon Extended Warranty provider, charges a similar amount for a 4 yr warranty, so reliability may be in the same ballpark as the name brands.
    UPDATE: after using it for 6 weeks, I noticed that the granular, metallic finish was causing slight wear on the screen protector where it contacted the edges of the keypad. Evidently there is slight flexibility in the keyboard, so the keyboard and screen make contact there, half way between the small rubber bumpers, when the computer is closed and carried around. I created small bumpers using 3 layers of electrical tape, and taped the bumpers on the black edge of the screen where there was early wear. So far, so good.

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  4. Biff

    First, I have been looking For a 2 in 1 that was affordable I recently had purchased something out of eBay and ended up having to return it and it was like a whole ordeal the seller was a loser and didn’t wanna give me a full refund when it was a broken product when they sent it to me. So once I got my refund i came to Amazon in hopes I could find something I could use for school and personal. I was apprehensive Of purchasing another PC or whatever off the Internet but since the stupid covid19 crap has all the stores on lock down I literally had no choice since my old PC was dying on me. So once I found this I seen the price which intrigued me and then I read the description on some other reviews on it and now I’m the owner of it. Once it came and I un-Boxed it man was I excited it fits in my purse my phone uses the USB C charger (I have the Galaxy note 10+) so everything is universal between my PC and my phone which is nice. It has a nice touch sensitivity it’s easy to charge and charges very quickly it lasts for (if you’re not on it a lot) last for at least 6 hours and I open up a lot of tabs and browsers and apps and all this stuff so it can do a lot for a little tiny tablet, its worth the money if you’re looking for something that’s affordable and fun to use as well as it’s also my personal computer. The keyboard is easy to type on it’s small but it’s as expected. It doesn’t have a back light on the keys so you have to have a light on if you’re working on it in the dark, or darker space. Although with the tablet screen it is pretty bright and will help light up the keys.

    I need a stylus for it I haven’t found one yet they have ones that are from the same brand but I wanted something different than what they have so I am currently looking for 1 but other than that this tablet is definitely worth the cash.
    My mouse connects to it and works perfectly.
    I also added another 128gb sd card as well.
    I’m a full time online student and it’s perfect for me.

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  5. A. Maya

    Es genial cubre todas mis expectativas, la utilizo para programar deep learning en Matlab,

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  6. Cliente de Amazon

    Es cómodo, algo pesado, teclado sólo para idioma inglés. Batería de buena duración… Yo lo compré para tareas muy básicas…para mayores exigencias, no cumple

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  7. Biff

    I went from having 2 Surface Pro’s that both failed after 3 years to this product. I refused to spend $1,000+ on another Surface just to have it die again, so I opted for the Chuwi. It is used to run a home inspection program in the field and really nothing else, so it fits my needs perfectly. The only thing I noticed that is different from the Surface is the speed (understandable based on the processor) and the pen touch. I have to press the Chuwi pen harder and longer for it to register. Again, this is not a problem for my use, but if somebody is buying this to use with some type of graphic art program, it might be a problem.

    A possible problem with the Chuwi could be the fact that the touchpad left a permanent mark on the screen from when the keyboard is closed. It is the size and shape of the touchpad perimeter and is permanently etched into the glass. I am contacting Chuwi about a warranty replacement.

    UPDATE: I was contacted by the seller regarding the glass etches in the screen. They asked me to send pictures and proof of purchase. After receiving those, they offered to refund the purchase price or replace the computer. They said if Amazon wouldn’t replace the unit, I should “notify them immediately”, and they would send send me the address where I would send my damaged computer. Since it is past the Amazon 30-day return period, I asked them to send me their address for return. That was over a weeks ago, and I haven’t heard anything since. I have sent the same inquiry 2 more times and still no response. Based on this non-response, I am reluctant to send them the computer if they ever do respond. I may not get a replacement. I will update this review if anything happens.

    Second Update: Another week has passed with no response from Chuwi despite repeated attempts to contact them. I have decided that if they ever do respond, I will not send my computer to them for replacement because I’ll probably never get a replacement. Changing my rating to 1-Star.

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