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Author Topic: Chuwi HiPad Gaming Tablet Wants to Conquer the Segment With a Very Low Price  (Read 262 times)
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« on: November 29, 2018, 03:28:42 PM »

If youíve been keeping an eye on the smartphone segment, you may have noticed an uprising of the gaming smartphones. Theyíre on the up and up, but whatís up with the gaming tablets? Acer tried something with those a few years ago, but it didnít pan out. Now Chuwi is hell bent on conquering the segment with an affordable gaming slate.

The back side feels like a mixture of a Lenovo Legion product, an ASUS ROG and an Acer model. Those thingies are most likely LED lights, which light up when youíre gaming or activating a special light pattern. The back side is inspired by classic racing cars. The product measures 8 mm in thickness, weighs 490 grams and itís easy to grasp for a long while.

Chuwi HiPad packs a 10.1 inch Full display with an IPS OGS panel. Inside thereís a deca core Helio X27 processor and the Mali T880 GPU makes the games tick. Thereís also 3 GB of RAM, 32 GB of storage and a 7000 mAh battery in the mix. We also get a microSD card slot, USB Type-C port, dual band WiFi and Android 8.0 Oreo. The system has also been optimized for the top 50 most popular games on the Google Play Store.

The tablet is priced below $200 on GearBest and Aliexpress, so itís clearly a solid budget pick for gamers. As long as it runs PUBG Mobile, Asphalt 9 and Darkness Rises, weíre set.


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