Announcement. Chuwi SurPad - Android tablet plus keyboard, budget

It seems that in recent monthsChinese tablet manufacturers have perked up a bit. We send announcements. And the devices look reasonable enough. And Chuwi SurPad is also just one of those, reasonable. It seems to be nothing special, but everything is balanced, there are no obvious weaknesses.

A ten-inch tablet with a classic IPS-screen. The resolution is normal, 1920 × 1200 (224 ppi).

Positioning is curious.“2-in-1 Android tablet for office entertainment” is a two-in-one tablet for office entertainment. Let's leave "office entertainment" on the conscience of PR specialists, but the fact that the tablet in almost all the pictures is depicted with a keyboard is a bit unusual. But the keyboard is detachable, of course. Light movement - and we have a regular tablet. Moderately thin, with a metal body.

There is a slight confusion with the chipset.Either MediaTek Helio P60, or MediaTek Helio P70. However, it is almost the same thing. In the region of 170 thousand AnTuTu points. I will not say that it is too much, but normally, it still pulls to the “lower middle” level.

The situation is about the same with memory. Fine. 4 GB of RAM, 128 GB of constant. Plus support for memory cards.

Battery capacity - 8000 mAh. There is no information about the charging speed.

Cameras for a tablet aren't too important. Simple single 8 MP modules both front and back.

There is support for LTE networks, dual-band Wi-Fi, USB Type-C. All right.

But there is no information on the cost yet.

The main features of Chuwi SurPad:

Screen S-IPS, 10.1 ″, 1920 × 1200, 224 ppi, 16M colors, touch, capacitive, multi-touch
IronMediaTek Helio P70
2 GHz, 4 x Cortex-A73, 4 x Cortex-A53, Mali-G72 MP3
Memory 4 GB RAM, 128 GB ROM, Micro-SD up to 128 GB, hybrid slot
Mobile Internet LTE
Mobile networksLTE
BatteryLi-Ion, 8000 mAh
Dimensions? x? x 9.2 mm
Weight542 g
Rear camera: 8 MP, no flash, autofocus
front camera: 8 MP, no flash, no autofocus
NavigationGPS, GLONASS, BeiDou
OS Android 10
Sensors Accelerometer
USBType-C v2.0

George Kiselyov