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Wacom is perhaps the most well-known name when we’re talking touch panels; and it would be only natural for a Chinese brand to flaunt the affiliation with the brand, if it is the case.

Chinese tablet maker Cube today announced the Cube i7 Stylus tablet, which being very true to its name, comes with a stylus. The i7 Stylus also comes with an Intel Core-M series 5Y10c processor, and a healthy 4GB of LPDDR3 RAM.


If that isn’t enough to raise your eyebrows already, the tablet also features 64-bit of on-board storage,  a rather massive 9,000mAh battery and a camera combo of a 5 mega-pixel rear and a 2 mega-pixel front. The i7 Stylus’ display will be a 1920 x 1080p 10.6 inch panel (apparently an IGZO panel), running full Windows 8.1 (sorry, no dual boot here).

Unfortunately though, the stylus part of the Cube i7 Stylus isn’t a part of the package; the stylus, along with the keyboard case will be sold separately. The tablet itself will be made available for 1,999 Yuan (US$320) starting 18th of this month via Chinese shopping portal JD.com.


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