Chuwi Hi13 was launched in February 20 and it is undoubtedly the best device that Chuwi has ever made. In the meantime, during the ongoing MWC 2017 in Barcelona, Samsung announced a brand new member of the Galaxy tablet family: Samsung Galaxy Book. Unfortunately, no word on price or availability yet, but it looks like an excellent -and expensive- piece of technology. Since we don’t have any news on the price and release date, we can only compare it spec-wise with the Chuwi Hi13 which is already on the market for $369.
|Samsung Galaxy Book||CHUWI Hi13|
|Windows 10 (version not specified)||Windows 10|
|12in Super AMOLED display, 2160×1440, 216ppi||13.5 in display, 3000×2000, 268ppi|
|7th Gen Intel Core i5 processor, 3.1GHz||Newest Intel Apollo Lake 2.2GHz|
|4GB / 8GB||4GB RAM|
|128GB / 256GB||64GB storage|
|Video output via USB-C||Mini-DisplayPort|
|MicroSD reader||MicroSD reader|
|802.11ac Wi-Fi||802.11ac Wi-Fi|
|LTE model available||No LTE|
|Bluetooth 4.1||Bluetooth 4.0|
|5Mp front camera||2Mp front camera|
|13Mp rear camera||5Mp rear camera|
|Pogo Keyboard case included||Docking Keyboard not included|
|S Pen included||Hi Pen H3 not included|
|Two speaker audio||Four speaker audio|
|754g (tablet only)||1089g|
As you can see, has gone for the same aspect ratio (3:2) and quad-speakers as has the Chuwi Hi13. This display ratio is becoming more and more common lately, with a few companies adopting it. Both machines seem very capable. Of course, the Samsung Book is more powerful for the time being with its Core M processor but will definitely come at a very higher price. As component prices drop, I would expect Chuwi to upgrade the Hi13 with a Core M CPU in the near future.
You can find more details about Chuwi Hi13 here.