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It is Saturday April 29th and Once Again Time For The HiBook News!

By Tim

Being that this is Saturday I am once again tasked with reporting on the news here at HiBook Labs. There isn’t all that much to report on right now, but I shall try to make up some good stuff.

First on the list is the Comfast WiFi ac adapter (USB) that I ordered from Gearest.com, incidentally the price has dropped to $9.99. At this point it has yet to arrive, but I certainly am looking forward to getting it and seeing how good it works. The good news is that it will work just fine with the new Hi12 because I do have a spare full size USB port to use it in.

Better news is that the Chuwi Hi12 has proven to be a great little notebook, (okay it is a tablet), along with the Logitech K480 keyboard which has now served me well with 4 tablets and avoided the expense of buying those pretty but not so great keyboard docks.  Bottom line here is that along with a cheap case the Hi12 is every bit as good as any laptop minus a track pad, but I hate those damned things anyway. There are some minor issues with it, but the display and battery make it a killer work tablet!

Of course once I figure out how exactly to update the BIOS on the Hi12 I will immediately boost the RAM speed to the full 1600 MHz if possible, which so far is not possible on the Z8350 processor version. More info on that can be found in my review.

If you happen to be a regular visitor you have realized that for almost 2 weeks straight the HiBook has been doing the bulk of the server duties here, which was what I bought it to do. So I am completely satisfied with the original HiBook which has good battery life and since I updated the BIOS and the RAM speed and Windows 10 and the wireless Realtek driver, seems to quite stable. It will remain the primary server at this URL for the foreseeable future, only being allowed to sleep during the evening recharge, when the Chuwi Hi12 takes over.

So that is all I have for today,

Tim

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Fujitsu Debuts 6 New PCs and Tablets, Within the Arrows Tab Series and More; 10.1 inch Arrows Tab Q507/PSP is Here

By Radu Iorga

Fujitsu is keeping busy these days, as they’ve just debuted 6 new PC and tablet models. We’re focusing more on the tablets, particularly the 10.1 inch ARROWS Tab Q507/PSP slate, that features Fujitsu Biometric Authentication Slide Passport.

This is actually the first tablet in the world to feature Fujitsu’s slide-type palm vein authentication functionality. This is a compact and light tablet, it seems and it offers beefed up security. With a mere slide of the hand on the palm vein sensor installed in the tablet’s frame and authentication is done easily. The technology was developed by Fujitsu Limited and Fujitsu Laboratories.

The folks of Dai Nippon Printing Co created an 8 mm optical unit for this type of authentication. The device is both water resilient and dust resilient, so it can be used in rough situations. Fujitsu also debuted new Lifebook noteboks and Esprimo desktops, that feature the latest 7th gen Intel Core processors. Then there’s the Fujitsu Workstation Celsius series, including a mobile one, H970 with a 17.3 inch Full HD LCD display.

Another novelty is the Fujitsu FUTRO MU937 mobile notebook device, which is the world’s lightest at 799 grams. It’s a 13.3 inch unit with a thickness of 15 mm and resilient to drops. The new Arrows tablet is priced at $767 and the mobile notebook is double that amount.

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Chuwi Hi12 Quick Comparison With The Chuwi HiBook

By Tim

The Hi12 and the HiBook

Both the Hi12 and the HiBook have very good displays, but the Hi12 is the winner here via sheer size and a higher resolution and a bit of an overall edge in brightness.

Obviously CPU wise the  Hi12 has the edge with a Z8350 versus the HiBook Z8300. It is a minor bump in processor but enough to win a Geekbench CPU test. But the HiBook wins the overall hands on performance test because I was able to tweak the BIOS on it and boost the RAM speed to 1600 MHz. I tried numerous times last evening to do the same with the Hi12 and each time it would not boot until I reset it back to factory defaults. So in hands on use, with real work apps such as Chrome and Microsoft Excel and even Paintshop Pro, the HiBook is a bit quicker in response times.

Now the real star of the show here is the Hi12 battery! I can use the device all day at work and when I get home it still has 46-50% battery life left! So that is 8 hrs of real world use, watching a few videos, editing web sites and writing some articles, editing images and the occasional spreadsheet. The HiBook usually requires a charge after about 5 hrs of use, to get through a workday.

Overall the Hi12 is the better tablet, but if you are looking for a good 10 inch tablet, the HiBook is still a slightly better deal price wise, the HiBook Pro with the larger battery and a Z8350 processor is only $215 on BangGood.com right now.

That is all for now,

Tim

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The HiBook News: This Edition; Cleaning Up the Hi12 Tablet After The Creators Update and Other Stuff

By Tim

Tonight I decided to quit waiting on Microsoft for the latest Windows 10 update and went ahead and followed their instructions to update both my Zotac Mini-PC and the new Hi12.

Of course there were glitches, like the fact that on the Hi12 it was virtually impossible to delete the previous version no matter how many times I ran the Microcrap Disk Cleanup program. This didn’t shock me and I just happened to run across an article mentioning that Win 10 would dump that folder after a month, so I simply changed the date to May 22, (it is currently April 21), then I rebooted and lo and behold this time Disk cleanup worked as advertised. I went from 6 GB free space to 14.1 GB free.

Had that failed I would have simply went into the bios and booted to a “Live CD” version of Linux via a USB stick and then deleted that c:\windows.old folder.

So here we are running on the Hi12 at this time with a decent amount of free disk space and all seems well.

Of course the other thing I realized tonight is that I do not pay much attention to detail when watching all the video reviews before I purchase a product. I finally remembered that the Hi12 has a shipping screen protector that is quite obvious because of the little tab that says tear me off, but I failed to remove the second screen protector that is under the shipping one! So I pulled it off and all I can say is holy shit what a bright display!

Of course that isn’t that big of a deal, it was rather obvious when looking at the front facing camera, since you could see the hole in it for the cam. However, I must admit I have had the HiBook since August and it does not have that telltale hole for the from cam and guess what? Uh, yep, it had a factory screen protector also and all I can say after removing it is, Holy SHIT that is a great display!

That is all for this evening,

Tim

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Chuwi HiBook Pro Now Has a Z8350 Processor!

By Tim

The HiBook Pro has a fantastic display!

The Chuwi HiBook Pro which has a fantastic display appears to now be available with a slightly faster/better CPU.  I noticed when checking some of my links today that Banggood is selling the latest version for a low cost of $179! Of course that deal ends today…but I would keep an eye out for more deals soon!

Based on what I know about the HiBook, the Pro version is an excellent choice and there are absolutely no negative reviews to be found on this product.

I have no idea when they upgraded this stellar tablet to the better processor, But at the lower price, I would jump on this deal right now! Of course I have an Hi12 coming, so I am not going to be getting one of these, but read the specs, watch the YouTube reviews and buy yourself one if you need a 10.1 inch tablet!

That is all for today…Happy Easter!

Tim

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