Chuwi keeps on launching and debuting fresh new products, this time with a brand new convertible tablet. It’s dubbed Chuwi Hi10 X and easily goes between formats like tablet and laptop. The successor to the Hi10, the device is pictured below.

The 2 in 1 model is going to receive a new processor, the Intel Celeron N4100 Gemini Lake, paired with 6 GB of LPDDR4 RAM and 128 GB of storage. There’s also a 10.1 inch screen in the mix, fully laminated and of the G+FF IPS variety. We also get a Full HD resolution and support for 1024 levels of pressure for stylus input. By the way one of the recommended pens is the HiPen 3. The product has a full metal unibody design, with a docking keyboard as an extra and with new array of ports.

Among them we find two USB Type-C ports (a slower 2.0 one for charging and a 3.0 one for data). There’s also a big battery in the mix here, and audio jack and an extra USB 3.0 port on the keyboard. I see there’s also a main camera in the mix, probably a 5 MP unit. Pricing has yet to be revealed, but it’s most likely a budget offering. Maybe $300? The product weighs just 522 grams, measures 8.8 mm in thickness and it’s made with the CNC process.

There’s ultra fast dual band WiFi, Bluetooth 5.0 and the promise of a whole day of battery life. The official site mentions 8 hours of local video playback or 6 hours of comprehensive usage time.