The Chinese company Chuwi has released a new Android tablet called the SurPad with a MediaTek processor, supports connecting docking stations with a keyboard, and can replace a laptop.
The novelty is based on the MediaTek Helio P70 (MT6771V) processor, complemented by 4 GB of DDR4 RAM. The chip has four powerful Cortex-A73 cores up to 2.0 GHz and four more energy-efficient Cortex-A53 cores. The Mali-G72 MP3 controller is responsible for graphics processing. This processor can show performance in Geekbench 5 at the level of 301 and 1414 points in single and multi-core tests, respectively, and 1146 points in the OpenGL graphics test.
Chuwi SurPad is equipped with 128GB of high-speed UFS memory. Compared to traditional eMMC memory, UFS flash offers three times faster read and write speeds. For the described tablet, the average read speed is declared at 463.29 MB / s, and the peak can reach 552.35 MB / s.
Responsible for displaying the image is a 10.1-inch IPS-screen with a resolution of 1920 × 1200 pixels. According to the manufacturer, the display is highly responsive and smooth. There is also support for typing with a stylus. Chuwi SurPad supports dual 4G LTE SIM cards and also has a built-in GPS receiver. The tablet weighs 542 grams. An 8000 mAh battery is responsible for autonomous operation.
Like other Chuwi tablet models, the new SurPad is not only designed for entertainment but can also be turned into a computer for study and office using a magnetic keyboard dock.