Chuwi UBook XPro – tablet with a keyboard straight from China


The Chuwi brand, which specializes in low-cost electronic devices, has just introduced another tablet with an attached keyboard using the Windows system.

The new device is a classic 2-in-1 hybrid, that is, a tablet with Windows, equipped with a keyboard and a built-in stand that allows you to tilt the equipment. The whole thing weighs a bit, only 925 grams, and the tablet is only 9.2 mm thick.

The UBook XPro has a screen with very good parameters – it is a 13-inch IPS display with a resolution of 2160 x 1440 pixels, displaying images in 3:2 format. Above the panel is a 2MP selfie camera, and there is room for a 5MP webcam on the back.

The heart of this tablet is a rather old, almost six-year-old Intel Core i7-7Y75 seventh-generation Kaby Lake processor. It’s a very power-efficient component with a TDP of 4.5 watts, with a maximum clock speed of 3.4 GHz. However, it is a system with much better parameters compared to the UBook X model based on the Celeron N4100.

The specification of this model is complemented by 8 GB of LPDDR3 RAM, as well as a 256 GB SSD. The tablet also has a USB Type-C port, 2x USB 3.0 Type A, micro-HDMI, a headphone jack and an SD card reader.

The Chuwi XBook XPro costs $489.99.