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[Hot Deal] Chuwi Hi13 Tablet PC + Keyboard at $339.99 [Coupon]

Chuwi’s latest tablet PC named the Chuwi Hi13 has been launched back in February. It’s considered as a cheap variant of the Surface Book as well as iPad Pro. But the term ‘cheap’ can be applied differently. Say, the original Microsoft Surface Book costs 00. The iPad Pro is available at 0. So any rival to these devices priced lower 0 can be considered as a cheap model. But what about a price range of 0-400? It turns out the aforementioned tablet PC is originally priced at around 0. This is already very attractive. But do not hurry, as I have grabbed a good deal for you. The Chuwi Hi13 has got a price cut and it is now available for only $339.99 after applying the coupon (code: GKB017T).

Chuwi Hi13

The Chuwi Hi13 Specs List

  • 13.5-inch 3000 x 2000 resolution 3:2 ratio screen.
  • Intel Apollo Lake Celeron N3450 CPU + Gen9 Graphics 500 GPU.
  • Windows 10 Home operating system (Ubuntu OS support).
  • 4 GB DDR3L memory + 64 GB eMMC storage + max 128GB TF card extension.
  • Support detachable metal rotary keyboard (with dual full-size USB-A).
  • New Chuwi HiPen H3 (coming soon) or HiPen H1 stylus works with Hi13.
  • 2.4G/5G Dual-band Wi-Fi + full-function USB-C port (support audio and video transmission).
  • 24W fast charging + 10000mAh large battery.
  • 2MP front camera + 5MP rear camera.
  • AAC Four-speaker audio has a high-quality speaker in each corner.
  • All-metal unibody design and high-precision CNC process.

As you see, the Chuwi Hi13 is a highly-recommended product. Those who doubt this brand can provide a good performance, you can check out a few of other similar tablet PCs coming our way from Chuwi.

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Buy Chuwi Tablet PC Hi13 for $339.99 on GeekBuyingCoupon Code: GKB017T
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