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Cube iWork8 Ultimate 32GB Intel Cherry-trail Z8300 Quad Core 1.8GHz 8 Inch Dual Boot Tablet, $77.99 Shipped, after $18 coupon.

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Cube iWork8 Ultimate 32GB Intel Cherry-trail Z8300 Quad Core 1.8GHz 8 Inch Dual Boot Tablet, $77.99 Shipped, AC.

This may be the best of the 8" dual boot Chinese tablet deals of late. Cube tablets are generally known to be of higher quality than other brands such as Teclast and Chuwi, and this is reflected in the 5-star review rating. The resolution is slightly less than the Teclast and Chuwi deals posted recently, but it makes up for it in build quality and the lower resolution equates to better performance.

Use coupon code: fcecc2 at checkout to bring the price down to $77.99

http://www.banggood.com/Cube-iWor...37464.html

Specs:

- Model Cube iWork8 Ultimate
- CPU Intel Cherry-trail Z8300 Quad Core 1.8GHz
- GPU Gen8 HD Graphics
-System Android 5.1+ Windows 10
-RAM 2GB
-Capacity 32GB
-Screen 8 Inch IPS Capacitive 5-Point Multi-touch Screen
-Resolution 1280*800

-Extend Card Support TF Card up to 32GB
-Camera Front Camera: 2.0 MP, Back Camera: 2.0 MP

-WIFI 802.11 b/g/n
-Bluetooth BT 4.0
-Gravity
-Sensor Support
-Flash Support Hareware Decoding, FLASH 11
-OTG Support
-HDMI Support


-Microphone Built in
-Speaker Dual Spearker
-I/O Port 1 x Micro 5 Pin USB Port
-1 x Charging Port
-1 x 3.5mm Earphone Port
-1 x Micro HDMI Port
-Battery 3300 mAh
-Weight 339g
-Size 127.09 x 213.38 x 9.8mm

Package Includes:

-1 x Tablet PC
-1 x USB Cable
-1 x Charger
-1 x Adapter (the adapter depend on the country of the buyer.)
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spend a couple bucks more and get 1920 x 1200
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Quote from mrdizle View Post :
spend a couple bucks more and get 1920 x 1200
That's debatable for sure. With this spec tablet, the higher resolution comes at a cost in performance, especially with Windows and 2GB RAM. Reviews have documented this fact, so it is really a trade-off either way. If we were talking about a 24" plus monitor or 15" plus laptop screen I'd agree with you but this is an 8" tablet we're talking about.
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Quote from skold View Post :
That's debatable for sure. With this spec tablet, the higher resolution comes at a cost in performance, especially with Windows and 2GB RAM. Reviews have documented this fact, so it is really a trade-off either way. If we were talking about a 24" plus monitor or 15" plus laptop screen I'd agree with you but this is an 8" tablet we're talking about.
These tablets do seem to provide a lot of bang for the buck - although I would like if they also included GPS.
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No OP sorry, 1280x800 is ancient and effectively non functional in Windows. There is no debate when for $10 more you get a full HD display, which this cpu/gpu can easily drive.
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Quote from Gabik123 View Post :
No OP sorry, 1280x800 is ancient and effectively non functional in Windows. There is no debate when for $10 more you get a full HD display, which this cpu/gpu can easily drive.
Which tablet are you referring to for $10 more?
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Quote from RoccoC5 View Post :
Which tablet are you referring to for $10 more?
The one on front page from yesterday. It's still here. Sorry I don't have a link because I'm responding from my iPhone.
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Yeah, I'd agree that resolution is a huge and key selling point for these devices.

Full HD or no-go.
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#10
Echoing everyone else, full HD will be well deserved for a few bucks more. The other banggood deals were better
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#11
1200x800?...no thanks! Maybe for $50, this would be a deal.
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#12
ever used 1200x800 on a Windows tablet? I have an Asus t100 and it's fine. especially when you're talking this pricing. works great as a rig to have in the garage and do power commander tunes, etc.
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I got their dual boot phone... battery life is a joke as in just having it on uses the battery faster than it can charge. It is incapable of connecting to any cellular service even though they claim it is compatible with AT&T and T-mobile... I would not recommend
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Quote from lopaka311 View Post :
I got their dual boot phone... battery life is a joke as in just having it on uses the battery faster than it can charge. It is incapable of connecting to any cellular service even though they claim it is compatible with AT&T and T-mobile... I would not recommend
What dual boot phone did you get? I understand it sounds like you wouldn't recommend it. my dream is a dual boot Windows and Android phone. I have never been able to find one, good specs or bad.
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Quote from Gabik123 View Post :
No OP sorry, 1280x800 is ancient and effectively non functional in Windows. There is no debate when for $10 more you get a full HD display, which this cpu/gpu can easily drive.
I disagree. I have an HP stream 8 I bought last year or so, 720p and it's just fine. You will have no issues with slightly better resolution.
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