This is how Chuwi HiBook Pro behaves running the most demanding Android games
August 30, 2016 at 20:00
Chuwi just launched your HiBook Pro, a tablet very similar to the original device of the firm but with a 2K resolution screen. This evolution, when running games, can make us win and at the same time, lose benefits. On the one hand the sharpness and graphic details will be better, but it is important to check the ability of the Intel ATOM X5 to deal with some of the most complex physics of those designed for mobile phones and tablets having to move 2560 x 1600 pixels.
Is the eternal doubt When choosing a tablet to run games with: Is a screen with more pixels preferable to achieve a full experience in visual terms or is it not worth it to load the processor with so much work to make everything smoother? Everyone will have their preferences. However, today we bring you a review of the Chuwi HiBook Pro on video, made by TechTablets, where they test their abilities to move games after incorporating a screen Quad HD.
Chuwi HiBook Pro: main technical qualities
Our friends from Chuwi have sent us a unit of the HiBook ProTherefore, in a short time we can offer you in-depth analysis of the device. However, for now we focus solely on their Technical specifications and how they perform their mission to offer us the best possible gaming experience.
The processor is an old acquaintance of Chinese manufacturers (from Xiaomi to Teclast), who have trusted many of their developments, a Intel ATOM X5 Z3800 Cherry Trail series, 1.44 GHz. In addition, we will have 4GB of RAM, always keeping in mind that the tablet has dual boot, and must also deal with Windows 10. However, this gaming test It comes down to Android.
Chuwi puts on sale its HiBook Pro, with 2K screen
This is how the HiBook Pro performs with Real Racing 3, Dungeon Hunter 5 or Mortal Kombat
You can check it yourself: performance is very irregular and it depends on the resolution at which the game is run (some allow to calibrate it). For example, him Dungeon Hunter 5, Modern Combat 5 or Real Racing 3 they go very fluid while with the Clash of Clans and especially the Mortal Kombat, pixel overload is greatly accused.
Chuwi Hibook (first generation): In-depth analysis of the tablet
As for the benchmarks we see records very similar to the first model, while the temperature reached by the terminal does not reach 39º, a frankly positive fact.