Chuwi Hi8. A tablet for less than 100 euros that can fix the trips or the evenings of more than one user. Like the rest of tablets Chuwi has dual boot that allows us to choose between Android or Windows.
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The original device has Android KitKat and Windows 8 that can already be upgraded to Android Lollipop and Windows 8.1. Having in its catalog with several devices of dual boot, we will notice that the system is quite optimized and that both OS live perfectly.
The Hi8 is a small tablet and a careful design with metal finishes on the edges. The back has a texture that makes it more ergonomic and its thickness does not reach the centimeter (0.8 mm). They are made very light in use and their 8″ screen with a resolution of 1920 x 1200 pixels promise us definite images and very lively colors. One of its strong points for its reduced price.
Inside, for this price, it is clear that we will not find the ultimate in performance but still defended quite well. Its Intel Cherry Trail Z8350 quad-core 2.16 GHz processor performs well on both Android and Windows. It comes with 2 GB of RAM and 32 GB of internal storage. After subtracting the gigas that occupy the operating systems we still have a good amount of available space. And if we need more, we can expand with microSD up to another 64 GB.
The camera is its weakest point. The rear has a resolution of 2 MP and unless we are in a very bright environment, we will not be able to capture something decent. The front with 0.3 MP of resolution fulfills its function of selfies and videollamadas.
Finally, we must put the same fault as the majority of Chuwi device: it does not have the desired user manual in digital version.