The Chuwi Vi10 Plus is a tablet with a 10.8 inch, 1920 x 1280 pixel display, an Intel Atom x5-Z8300 processor, and a starting price of $169.
Chuwi unveiled the tablet earlier this month, and now the company has revealed the pricing. The entry-level model has 2GB of RAM, 32GB of storage, and Remix OS 2.0 software.
But a dual-OS model with Windows 10 and Remix OS doesn’t cost that much more. For $239 you can pick up the dual OS model, which also has twice as much memory and storage.
Note that while the tablet supports a detachable keyboard cover and a Chuwi HiPen H2 stylus, both of those accessories are sold separately, which will drive up the price a bit if you want a model that’s fully decked out.
Chuwi tells me that the Vi10 Plus launches today, but the only store I can find that has a product page for the tablet so far is Gearbest. The retailer isn’t taking orders yet, but you can sign up to be notified when the tablet is in stock.
The Chuwi Vi10 Plus features an 8,400 mAh battery, a USB 3.0 type-C connector with support for fast charging, front and rear cameras (both of which have 2 megapixel image sensors).
The tablet measures 10.9″ x 7.3″ x 0.35″ and weighs 1.5 pounds.
All told, it’s about the same size as a Surface 3 tablet, but it has a slower processor and a much lower starting price, not to mention support for Remix OS 2.0, which is a customized version of Android 5.1 with a taskbar, multi-window support, and other tweaks designed to make Google’s mobile operating system feel like it was designed for notebooks and desktops.