The CUBE iWork 10 is a tablet made by a smaller Chinese manufacturer, but it won’t be released by its maker. Instead, it is meant to be sold to other companies so they can stamp their branding in the device. The only question here is – is it worth signing up for?
The tablet is not too bad, especially considering it has an Intel Atom Z3740D processor. This quad-core chip comes with Inte’s Bay Trail architecture. Paired with 2 GB of RAM, it should make for a pretty snappy performance. And the 32 GB of internal storage are nothing to scoff at.
This tablet does get the shorter end of the stick in the screen department. Though it does have an IPS panel, the resolution is a bit low for a 10-inch tablet at 1280x800p. Otherwise, it should be a pretty good Windows 8.1 device for most users.