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Cube i7 Book With Amazing Design and Decent Features Gets Price Off

The Cube line tablet OC are very popular among those who like tablets capable of turning into ultrabooks. Obviously, Microsoft and other top brands have left only a little market share for other manufacturers, but this doesn’t prevent Chinese companies to design and launch numerous handsets ready to compete with any top-notch product. I guess you understand the price tag is the selling point of those products, but what’s amazing these manufacturers come in with stylish devices providing good performance. A few days back we were talking about one of them dubbed as the Cube i7 Stylus. This eye-catching tablet PC was offered at $303.99. Not it is turn of another product from this series known as the Cube i7 Book. The most important of this deal is the coupon (code: INTEL33), which is valid between 9/11/2016 16:00 and 15/11/2016 15:00 and it will bring you additional discounts. As a result, the Cube i7 will be yours for only $279.99.

First, the Cube i7 Book is a very stylish tablet PC. It comes at dimensions of 27.30 x 17.20 x 0.96 cm and weighs only 728 grams. There are a Windows logo and a 2MP camera on the front panel alongside with a 10.6-inch IPS touchscreen at resolution of Full HD and supporting up to 10 fingers multitouch. The back panel comes with curved edges and this is one of the main differences in comparison to the previous model. There is also a 5MP camera on the back upper side. The Cube i7 Book also comes with great connectivity options such as DC port for charger, USB 3.0 port, USB Type-C interface, microSD card slot and 3.5mm audio jack on the left as well as two speakers on the right. The unlock button and the volume rocker are located on the top. It is available in deep blue color, and this is one of the selling points of this awesome handset.

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The manufacturer has also redesigned the docking keyboard and now it looks more attractive due to rounded edges. But what is more important it brings two more USB ports. Once the keyboard is installed the Cube i7 Book turns into an ultrabook, thus you can consider it as a full-featured laptop.

The screen can be adjusted from 0 to 120 degrees. Limited? Yes, but it is the way better than what we have seen on the Cube i7 Stylus.But you have to keep in mind the keyboard is sold separately and it costs around $51.

There is also a very well designed stylus that comes in the box.

As for performance, the Cube i7 Book sports an Intel Gen6 Skylake architecture Core M 6Y30 dual-core CPU clocked at 0.9GHz, but it can boosted up to 2.0GHz. It is paired with a 4GB of RAM and 64GB of ROM that can be expanded up to 128GB.

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This tablet PC comes with Wi-Fi 802.11a / b / g / n (2.4GHz / 5GHz) dual antenna design, and a 4300mAh battery providing up to 160 hours of standby mode and about 7 hours of heavy usage. This hardware works smoothly under control of Windows 10 Home, and as a result it shows the following benchmark scores.

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Well, the Cube i7 Book is a worthy rival to any tablet PC, and though it is not packed with Intel i series processors, it is still capable of providing a good performance. So when comparing its price to others, it becomes clear $279.99 is a real bargain. Do not forget to use the coupon.

Cube i7 Book hands-on photos

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