Chuwi Hi10 Pro Dual Boot Tablet on Sale for $159

Chuwi Hi10 Pro

If you are in the market for a nice 10-inch tablet for cheap, the Chuwi Hi10 Pro looks like one of the better options currently available. I’m tempted to get one myself.

It’s a dual boot tablet that runs both Windows 10 and Android 5.1, and it has a high resolution 1920 x 1200 IPS screen. Plus the specs are pretty solid.

The most surprising thing about the Chuwi Hi10 Pro is how inexpensive it is.

Currently it’s available on Amazon for $189 but you can get it for even less by importing it from China.

For the next two days Gearbest has the Chuwi Hi10 Pro on sale for $159 with free shipping.

As far as specs, it has 64GB eMMC storage space with 4GB of RAM and it has a microSD card slot for cards up to 128GB. It’s powered by a quad-core 1.44GHz Intel X5 Cherry Trail Z8300 processor, with an Intel Gen8 GPU.

It has an HDMI port, headphone jack, WiFi, Bluetooth, 6500mAh battery, a 2MP front camera and 2MP rear camera. It also has micro USB and type C connections, but no full size USB port.

The Chuwi Hi10 Pro also supports a magnetic keyboard and an active stylus pen—both of which are sold separately.

If anyone gets their hands of one of these tablets let us know what you think of it in the comments section below!

7 Responses to “Chuwi Hi10 Pro Dual Boot Tablet on Sale for $159”

  1. I would want to be certain this comes with a fully licensed version of Windows. This can be a problem with Chinese imports because they won’t update in the US.

    • A lot of the reviews at Amazon mention having to update. Windows updates break things more often than they fix things so I’m not sure I see the advantage. 😀

  2. I bought a dual boot onda air v919 from gearbest, and it was broken upon arrival. They wanted me to ship it back to China for a refund, and PayPal told me to ship it ups or fedex only for tracking info. It was almost the cost of the tablet, $127 to be exact, to ship it back. After a long and lengthy discussion with PayPal, and $100 credited back to my account, I am now the proud owner of a $50 oversized paper weight. BEWARE OF GEARBEST!

    • And, fwiw, the dual boot functionality of tables from China typically don’t have an American usable version of android on them either, be prepared to use a cyanogen mod on it, and likely lose the dual boot functionality.

      • The Android 5.1 provided by Chuwi is very American-usable.

        I’ve not attempted to upgrade to a newer version due to Chuwi’s own warnings that doing so may sacrifice dual boot capability.

  3. I got the Chuwi Hi12 Dual Boot from China for $239 delivered and love it. Great display.

    No problems with Win 10 updates.

    • I got mine via aliexpress. It arrived promptly, and am satisfied with their mechanism to ensure that I was treated fairly.