Today in China during a special event, Cube unveiled their new tablet called Cube i7, a 11.6-inch model that runs Windows 8.1 operating system and arrives in the package with a keyboard dock. Also, in terms of specs this device is pretty amazing.


More precisely, Cube i7 brings a 11.6-inch IPS Full HD display (10-point multi touch), an Intel Core-M Broadwell processor clocked at 2.6 GHz, 4 GB of RAM memory, 128 GB space of internal storage, an Intel HD Graphics 5300 chip, a 5-megapixel rear camera and a 2-megapixel front-facing sensor.


On the connectivity side we get WiFi, Bluetooth 4.0, GSM, an USB 3.0 port, a HDMI port and a microSD card slot also included. Cube i7 weighs around 840 grams and measures 297 mm in length, 180 mm in width and 9.7 mm in thickness. Taking in consideration its price tag of $579, how this tablet looks for you?


  • QMAMBO13

    CUBE i7 – I had a Cube 4 + years ago with a Rockchip Rk 3066 SoC & apart from a dead pixel it performed adequately for a $170 buck tabby: long story short, I am favourably disposed 2 Cube, although NOT necessarily, their aftermarket ‘responsivity’ – The ”CUBE i7” soundz like an upward paradigm shift & may well be a Cube’s response to Lenovo, Dell, Asus et al & Their respective CORE M offerings; The CPU/ SoC (Intel sy70, if clocked @ 2600 mhz) & GPU (5300 Series) & convertible form factor & the price point all bode well – However NO wifi AC &/ or LTE/ 4G ‘WILL’ doom the beasty 2 obscurity – If You’re an unknown Chinese manufacturer, that’s 2 strikes already & the absence of state of the art connectivity takes U out of the game. Maybe Cube with do an iteration 2 address those issues, but time (& technology) march on; ie if You’re gonna do’er, do her first time & get it right, ‘or’, if’n You’re gonna play with them (other) big dogs, U gotta come off the porch & come committed.