The Cube i7 have been the cheapest Intel Core m tablet on the market ever since launch, and it has been a overall good performer too. But now the successor Cube i7 Book is on the market, with the even better 6th generation Intel Core m3 (6Y30) “Skylake” processor. And to mark this event, the new Cube i7 Book is on sale this week for around $330: http://www.gearbest.com/tablet-pcs/pp_366651.html
So Cube i7 Book is a 10.6-inch Windows 10 tablet or 2-in-1 with optional detachable keyboard dock. It has full digitizer support for the optional 1024 pressure level Wacom pen Cube CEP01 too.
The hardware specs are good for the money. The 10.6-inch screen has Full HD 1920 x 1080 resolution and 10-point touch support, while it has 4GB LPDDR3L RAM, and 64GB SSD storage with 128GB microSD card support.
The new Windows 10 tablet Cube i7 Book is also a tablet with USB Type-C port as well as a micro-USB 3.0 port, and its own DC charging port. So these are some actual useful features that does a lot of good when it comes to real world use on an every day basis. The keyboard dock adds two additional USB ports on top of that.
Some computer stores have listed the specs a little wrong I’ve noticed, so here are the verified remaining specs.
This tablet has 802.11 a/b/g/n Wi-Fi support and Bluetooth 4.1, while the battery capacity is actually 8600 mAh, giving us a Cube i7 battery life of 7 hours.
It has a 2MP front camera, and a 5MP rear camera, weighs 710 grams, and has a thickness of 9.6 mm.
The only drawback of the tablet is said to be that the back of it can become slightly warm if it’s pressed hard in some tasks.
– Tom Bowen