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The Cube i6 Air 3G is a tablet with a 9.7 inch, 2048 x 1536 pixel display, an Intel Atom Bay Trail processor, and surprisingly strong performance at some tasks such as transcoding videos, according to tests I ran while reviewing the tablet.

But the most interesting thing about the Cube i6 Air 3G is its software: this is a dual OS tablet that ships with both Android 4.4 and Windows 8.1 pre-installed.

You can use it to run Windows apps such as Office or Internet Explorer or reboot into Android to run Google Maps, Gmail, YouTube, Pandora, and other tablet apps.

Geekbuying sells this Chinese tablet for under $200, but the store provided me with a free unit to review. Now that I’m done with it, let’s hold a good old-fashioned giveaway!

a Rafflecopter giveaway

This contest is for one slightly used Cube i6 Air 3G dual-boot tablet. I’ll ship it to a randomly selected winner anywhere in the world — but if you’re outside of the United States you may have to foot the bill for any taxes or import fees yourself.

If you write for Liliputing or are a close friend or family member of a writer, you’re not eligible to win. Neither is anyone who has won another Liliputing contest in the past 60 days.

The contest will end on Tuesday, May 12th, 2015.

Thanks again to Geekbuying for providing us with a review unit!

Update: This contest has now ended. Congratulations to our winner, Michael Dinsmore!

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354 replies on “Cube i6 Air 3G dual-boot tablet giveaway”

  1. Part of me wants to commit entirely to Android as an OS, but some software I can only get on Windows. This seems like a nice compromise.

  2. Thanks for your blog! Please enter me in the drawing. Thanks either way!!!!

  3. Just in time the ramos w42 the i won last year just died on me.. hope to get this as replacement… thanks

  4. Wow! Can you keep us posted when a record number of posters is reached?…lol

  5. Longtime fan and daily addict of liliputing. I won’t be stopping anytime soon. 🙂 Here is to another shot at trying my luck on these awesome giveaways. Thanks liliputing staff.

  6. Dual boot seems ideal. I’m still not sold on Windows as a tablet OS, but Android is not a good desktop environment. I’d love to win this.

  7. I was looking to get this but may hold out for one with the new atom chips.

  8. I’ve yet to use a chinese-branded product that doesn’t fit the bill for me. Here’s to hoping I win!

  9. I’ve been a fan of Liliputing, before it was called Liliputing. That was back when Netbooks were just coming on the scene. Just because I don’t post endless drivel, doesn’t mean I shouldn’t enter a giveaway!

  10. Is there a comparison table somewhere that lists past tichy devices, specs, urls etc?
    I would find this quite useful. Especially if it were in an exportable format. Who knows Brad, if you include a ratings and comments facility it could be another revenue stream for vous.

  11. Crossing my fingers 🙂 Greetings from Norway, love your blog!

  12. Android & Windows in one device…My mom needs one of these. 🙂

  13. I just found your blog and am so glad I did! Not only for the contest (I hope I win!!!!!!!) but for all the great info. I will be back again and again.

  14. Saw the review vid on my youtube feed. Looks like a good value.

  15. Hard to be profound when you’re commenting purely in self-interest. But I can be as shallow as the next guy when there’s a tablet up for grabs.

  16. So does anyone know if the OS partitions can be resized? Pretty weak on the android side, from what I’ve read.

  17. Im feeling lucky! Been looking for this type of tablet for a while now. Thanks again for the awesome reviews.

  18. I’ll bite again. I admit, though I read and enjoy this blog almost every day, I only comment when there is a contest–or if I have seomething worth saying, so, basically, only when there is a contest.

  19. Seams ideal for students, android for entertainment and windows for school work, at a medium price

  20. Appreciate your blog, I’m always checking out the “Deals of the Day”

  21. Great review again! Thnx for the chance at the super giveaway!

  22. Great Giveaway. Cube are making robust tablets these days. keep it up 😉

  23. Your blog has been my “go to” site for mobile computing for quite a while. Keep up the great work!

  24. I gotta admit, this is the first time that I have ever visited the site but… Thanks for the giveaway and congrats to the whoever wins the giveaway!

  25. Woot I’m on this. All you bad mothers on this tablet hopefully are staying away from this sexy tab and letting those of us who liked it have a aerious chance to win it… yup like me! …lol

  26. I’d make great use of this device at work. Full Microsoft Office 365 and my favorite Android apps…. Perfect.

  27. ok how cool is that i love the dual boot im addicted to android and i love windows so to be able to use them both in the same device is awesome!!!

  28. One of the few newsletters i look forward to daily. Great job as always!

  29. This is a neat device…..keep up the great work on the blog have been reading since the beginning

  30. If I win then liliputing is the best, if I don’t, they’re still great, love their youtube reviews

  31. This would be a cool way to control the telescope at my astronomical society.

  32. This is absolutely fantastic! Thank you so much for this opportunity!

  33. A dual-boot tablet sounds like fun. Maybe make it triple-boot with Linux!

  34. Great blog. Thanks. Can’t wait for the Chinese Cherry Trail tablet reviews…

  35. Awesome review… Would be nice to replace my viewsonic gtablet paperweight.

  36. I’ve been looking for a dual OS and even suggesting it’s a perfect iPhone/ iPad killer.

  37. I truly doubt I will boot Windows often… but it’s still cool to be able to do so…

  38. Android and Windows on the same tablet is awesome. Wish they would double the battery life though. An extra half inch ain’t that bad.

  39. i’m sorry if i am annoying but how do i enter this contest,what do i do

  40. The Link in the contest for “This page” points to a previous contest. Thought I’d point that out.

  41. Most of us already have a tab or few running satisfactorily, my only look out these days is the speediest decent PDF reader. Would appreciate some (informal) feedback in PDF rendering and page flipping, esp Win8 vs Android on the same hardware. Already spent hours mulling over this on G/b. gimme,

    Btw Google ad sense works great … not on my usual browsing machine and so without all those tweaks that normally hide ads.

  42. Wow, it really is insane the amount of performance you can get for under $200 these days…. I’d love to fiddle w/ it…

  43. Can;t do the 3rd entry-comments are closed. 🙁 On another note wish I would of caught that giveaway and great review!

  44. I enjoy your website and product reviews and visit several times a day.

  45. Loos like a good tablet ! and as usual good job, brad. There’s lots of tech sites – this is the most unbiased and concise one !

  46. Looks like very good value, not great specs but so inexpensive it has to be a good deal.

  47. Thanks for your review and videos. This is a very good dual OS tablet at a low price.

  48. Thanks for all your fine reviews and info on bargains. Abd if I am lucky, a new instrument to play with!

  49. Ineligible, “anyone who has won another Liliputing contest in the past 60 days” . I’ve never won anything and would like to become ineligible so that I can find out, “how the other half lives”.

  50. I’ll love to leave a comment, but the page you ask asking to leave the comments has the section closed.
    Regarding the tablet, looks like an exceptional alternative for the nexus 9.

  51. An awesome tablet with the best of both worlds, Windows and Android?… 😀
    Count me in!!! 😉

  52. Looks like an interesting device… would not mind owning one.

  53. I cannot decide which to buy – Teclast X98 Air or Cube i6, so may be this “Giveaway” will solve it 😉

  54. I need a replacement for my cracked Kindle Fire HD tablet please.

  55. Wow, where did all of these posters come from? Usually when I post, there are maybe two or three others with me. What caused such a stir? Hmm…

  56. I would love to own this tablet.Dual OS sounds good now I can get rid of my 5 year old tablet and have one decent tablet. Please pick me.

  57. My wife would just love this. If she could pry it from my fingers, that is.

  58. I have not seen that blue tooth keyboard before. Does anyone have a link for that?

  59. Dual OS Tablet with a decent review, I’m intrigued. Pick me, pick me…

  60. due to google play newstand bug 4:3 tablet like this is still the best for hi-res magazines

  61. Thank you Brad for all of the work that you put into the site. Always love the deals of the day!

    Take care,

  62. I would love to have one of these types of tablets the only thing stopping me was the lack of a wacom digitizer

  63. Not likely that I’ll win, but I have as good of a chance as anyone else here. I’m in!

  64. I read about this tablet today and just find out that liliputing have a giveaway!
    Dear Gracious Lord, please let me win this dual-boot tablet.

    thank you liliputing XD

  65. Looks great! Have been looking to replace my aging tablet. This one would be a great tablet and laptop duo!

  66. Intel has finally managed to make very interesting low-power SOCs. Competition is good!

  67. I am in. Recently bought a chuwi vi8 and I am really surprised about its performance.

  68. Since intel joined the chinese tablet market, chinese tablets have come on leaps in bound.

  69. One more… I wonder how much shipping and customs would be… if this is a free unit then it would be considered a gift!?

  70. I am really quite surprised by this tablet and wish more dual boot options exsited like this one. Would be nice to win one.

  71. I’ve always been curious about these dual boot tablets, i hope i’ll get a chance to try one out.

  72. I hate to do this to the others, but it would be a great replacement for my 82-year old mom’s ThinkPad which died this past week. I know she would appreciate it. Thanks in advance. (And sorry to all the others…)

  73. Me Me Me I just found out that there is a beast which dual boots so must have!!!

  74. I am willing to pay shipping and tax costs when you send it to the Netherlands. As long as my girlfriend doesn’t find out 🙂
    Now, I read that this tablet has the same screen as an iPad Air (2). Is that true? Or is it just accidentally the same size resolution and aspect ratio?

  75. I could see myself using this mainly as a Windows notebook, with a keyboard. Lately I’ve been finding myself not into the two tablets I do own; I just do not find the tablet format all that useful, owning and using regularly already an Android phone and Windows ultrabook.

  76. I’ve been looking at these dual boot tablets for the last month. Would be great if I could get lucky here. Thanks for the review, it was very informative.

  77. Please include me, my VivoTab Note 8 died and the repair cost is higher than getting a new one

  78. Was considering a Teclast x98 Air II, but this’d do in a pinch…

  79. Good review. I would love to win this. Is it possible to review more of the China tablets? Some have some really good specs, and would like to see how they really perform.

  80. I’d love one!
    Trying to get Linux up and running on one of these things sounds like it could be fun.

  81. Looks cool! I’m glad companies are trying different things with tablets.

  82. I’d love to win this, can’t remember the last time Ive won anything.

  83. Not one who has won another Liliputing contest in the past 60 days. In fact never won anything from Liliputing, so here goes 😀

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