Chuwi Hi10 Go is a Windows 10 tablet powered by a Jasper Lake processor, namely a Celeron N4500, and equipped with a 10.1-inch Full HD display, 6GB RAM, and 128GB of storage that is currently sold on Aliexpress for $288 and up with shipping expected to start in August 2021.
Last April, we wrote about a Jasper Lake Mini PC by Newsmay Technology, and at the time, we were told mass production would go ahead on May 10th, but there have been delays, and Chuwi Hi10 Go appears to be one of the very first Jasper Lake devices to be available to consumers.
Chuwi Hi10 Go tablet specifications:
- SoC- Intel Celeron N4500 dual-core processor @ 1.1GHz-2.8GHz with Intel UHD Graphics @ 350-750MHz; 6W TDP
- System Memory – 6GB LPDDR4X
- Storage – 128GB eMMC flash, MicroSD card socket
- Display – 10.1-inch touchscreen IPS display with 1920×1200 resolution, 16:10 aspect ratio
- Video output – Micro HDMI port (version 1.4 in specs, but version 2.0 in the photo below, so it’s not clear whether 4Kp30 or 4Kp60 is supported)
- Audio – 3.5mm audio jack, microphone, 6Ω1W stereo speaker
- Camera – 5.0 MP rear camera, 2.0MP front-facing camera
- Dual-band WiFi 4 802.11a/b/g/n/ac
- Bluetooth 4.2
- USB – 1x USB 2.0 Type-C port, 1x USB 3.0 Type-C “full-featured” port for data, video, and power
- Sensors – G-sensor, magnetic sensor
- Misc – 5-pin docking connector, power and volume buttons
- Battery – 22.42W (7.6V/2950mA) good for 3 to 6 hours of continuous usage; 24W fast charging supported
- Dimensions – 243.9 x 162.6 x 8.5mm
- Weight – About 565g
The Jasper Lake tablet ships with a 12V/2A USB-C charger, a user manual, and a warranty card. Chuwi also offers optional accessories with a 4096-level of pressure stylus and a docking keyboard. If you want the tablet with all accessories the price goes up to $346.49.
Jasper Lake processors are said to deliver up to 35% better overall application performance and up to 78% better graphics performance compared to earlier Gemini Lake Refresh processors, so that’s not insignificant. While Windows 10 is officially supported, Linux might also work, but since Jasper Lake is a new family of processors, the bleeding edge version of the OS may be required and soon drivers may be missing. Hopefully, we’ll soon be able to review Jasper Lake hardware.
Jean-Luc started CNX Software in 2010 as a part-time endeavor, before quitting his job as a software engineering manager, and starting to write daily news, and reviews full time later in 2011.