Chuwi is a Chinese tablet maker that has made the headlines on our website a few times and usually they have good tablets at small prices. Well, now they’ve come up with a clone, one for a device that instantly stands out by the way, the Lenovo Yoga Android tablet.
The newcomer comes with a built in kickstand that will allow you to prop up the tablet on a table. Meanwhile, while Lenovo’s slates are based on quad core MediaTek processors, the new Chuwi model has a more powerful MediaTek octa core chipset. The device was showcased at the Hong Kong Trade fair this week and it’s detailed below.
Chuwi’s product is based on a MediaTek MT6595 processor, the 8 core chip that bundles 4 ARM Cortex A17 cores with 4 lower power Cortex A7 cores. It does support for WiFi 802.11ac and PowerVR Series 6 graphics. It also adds 4K video playback in the mix and displays up to 2560 x 1600 pixels. Specs aren’t finalized here and the price is unknown.