The Chuwi Hi10 Pro offers a generous heaping of connectivity options, all lined up on one edge of the tablet. There’s the TF card slot, USB Type-C for charging, Micro USB, Micro HDMI, and the 3.5mm headphone jack. The opional keyboard includes too a USB port. Chuwi has done well to pack all of these in its sleek form factor. Here you can read the unboxing article.
Windows 10 OS
The Chuwi Hi10 Pro ships with Windows 10 Home & Remix OS 2.0 Dual OS. If you are a fan of Microsoft’s modern interface, you will be delighted. Some of Windows 10’s features were built with diminutive tablets in mind, including smaller Live Tile sizes (to fit more on screen at once), access to the camera from the lock screen and more keyboard shortcuts. There is an abundance of apps from Microsoft and a wide range of third-party developers. And with the many new features (such as Cortana and Microsoft Edge) and functions (such as Windows store applications running in Windows under desktop mode) added to Windows 10, a Windows tablet is more useful and functional than ever. With 64GB of eMMC storage, the tablet booted Windows 10 Home Edition in just 13 seconds. I update it with no problem at all to Windows 10 Home Insider Preview latest version 1607 build 14936.1000. From here you can download from here Windows 10 drivers for Chuwi Hi10 Pro Tablet.
Real Life Benchmark & Tests
In Antutu Benchmark 6.2.1 Chuwi Hi10 Pro tablet achieves an amazing score, about 58.000 points. In Antutu Video Tester 3.0 Chuwi Hi10 Pro tablet scores 827 points, a fair score in this test ranking. It played smoothly almost all video file types; this firmware version fully supports 15 video & audio format files, it partially supports 8 video & audio format files and doesn’t manage to play 7 files.
Wifi Internet speed tested gets also pretty good values: over 18 Mbps in download and the upload speed was over 21 Mbps. The router used in this test is Xiaomi Mi WiFi Router, mounted in another room.