Chuwi Hi10 Go Launching – 10.1-Inch Windows 2-In-1 Powered By Intel Celeron N4500

The brand spanking new Chuwi Hi10 Go, the world's first Intel Celeron N4500 Jasper Lake powered Windows tablet PC is now launching from for about $350 with the keyboard included.

The Chuwi Hi10 Go has a clever design. Instead of having an integrated kickstand on the back, the keyboard cover adds both a separate keyboard and a tablet case with a kickstand that the tablet can easily snap into. The cuts down on weight, and makes the tablet better to hold.

The Intel Celeron N4500 has about twice the single-core power of the old Intel Celeron N3450 processors that Chuwi used to used on Windows tablets 3-4 years ago, like the Chuwi Hi13. Power is also boosted by 6GB of LPDDR4x RAM, and 128GB eMMC storage.

The 10.1-inch screen has a Full HD resolution display at 1920 x 1200 pixels. It then has 1W stereo speakers, a 2MP front camera, and a 5MP rear camera.

Other specifications of the Chuwi Hi10 Go are dual-band Wi-Fi 5, BT 4.2, a micro-HDMI port, 1x USB C 3.0 port, 1x USB 2.0 port, and a 3.5mm audio combo jack.

Also supported is the interesting Chuwi HiPen digitzer with 4096 levels of pressure sensitivity support.

The Chuwi Hi10 Go battery life is estimated to just 6 hours though, so that could be better. The 24W charging support can charge the tablet in 3.5 hours.

You'll notice that the bezels are old school thick, while the tablet itself is 8.5mm thick. The weight of it is 565 grams.

As an entry level Windows tablet in 2021, the Chuwi Hi10 Go is a little interesting at this price point, with the only real let down being the battery life. So a power bank might be needed if you don't have a power outlet nearby if you use it for long.

– Tom Bowen