A new microSD card for your phone isn’t really a big deal. Unless you need that smaller microSD card for your old tablet, which was the case today.
You see I can no longer access Win 10 on this tablet since the last creators update wiped out all the admin accounts! So that means the only useful portion is the Android portion of the tablet which has a mere 9.5 oGB or so free.
Hence my burning need for that 32 GB microSD card inside my NUU Mobile G3 which got itself a 128 GB card in return.
So below you will find the video I shot today giving you a bit more detail. Please make sure to give it a thumbs up and share it!
Just a quick note to everyone who might occasionally read this site. Amazon is now offering the Chuwi HiBook for a mere $179! This is about $10 less than I paid and well worth it if you are a USA customer!
So check it out today, because it shows only 4 left in stock!
Since I have had the Chuwi HiBook for several weeks now and I love the damned thing, I figure a review was in order! It has some minor drawbacks, but overall it is a damned nice product for the money!
First the stuff I like:
I like Windows 10! (mostly because I can run a Linux Virtual Machine on it)
Plenty of speed, the processor doesn’t seem to have many issues at all, even when running a VM and using Windows programs.
The display is very bright and sharp and the associated graphics processor does well with games!
It is a dual boot so Android apps are always available to me!
Now the stuff I don’t like:
It does use quite a bit of battery very quickly in Windows 10, although not bad at all in Android. However it will still suffice for about 7 hrs of basic work in Win 10.
It could use a full size USB port, but that is rather nit-picking, but the Dragon Touch X10 spoiled me.
Since Windows 10 seems to take over the microSD card, they could have left another 5 gb free for Android.
So those are my perceptions after using it for roughly 12 days. Some other points here, it works fantastic with my K480 Bluetooth Keyboard and also with a wireless Logitech mouse, no matter if I use the micro-USB or USB C port (both used with an adapter). One last nit pick, the back cover of the Chuwi is slicker than owl-poopy, it would be nice to have a textured finish it on.
Overall I am rating this a 5 out of 5 on my personal scale. However, if I were you, the reader, I would seriously consider getting the HiBook Pro which is the same basic tablet, with a better display and a huge battery. I paid $188 for this one on Amazon, but I have seen the HiBook Pro for not a whole lot more on Gearbest.Com.
Please note: all opinions expressed in this review are mine and in no way should they be construed as an endorsement nor condemnation of any product. I always suggest folks check multiple sources before purchasing anything.