So both of these and Adam cherry trail tablets, they've both got the same chipset in them, which is the x5 z 8300. Both of them have 4 gigabytes of RAM, but at the moment, at the time of this video at least the cube has a slight problem: it's only running 32 bit Windows, so you can't actually access that full 4 gigabytes of RAM. You can only access 2.9 gigabytes, but I did have a look recently on the forum and it seems that the latest model this tablet does actually come with 64 bit windows, the chui h8n. On the other hand, that does have 64 bit windows, which is good there's. No problems there, so there are few other specs that are the same with the tablets. They both have wireless in chipsets, Bluetooth, 4, and they do have 64 gigabyte to eat MMC drives and the design of them. You can see slightly different. The screens are different as well: we have a surface 2 Pro screen with a Wacom digitizer and the the cube iWork 11. So that actually supports a stylus here. I'Ve got a note for note, 5 stylus and that actually works fine, the cube so the chewy, on the other hand, doesn't, actually support styluses at all. So if you need a stylus straight away, this is the only option you really have. If you are looking between both of these, so this is her 1080p screen. This is a 1200 p screen, so it's a 16 by 10 ratio on this one 1920 by 1200, and this is 16 by 9, so different screen ratios and slightly wider.

You can see now in terms of build quality. The tablets are quite different. This is the hi 8 and it's all plastic, all of it. So, on the back, we have a plastic texture kind of finish and you can see already. I mean there's a lot of like fingerprints all over here and smudges and things that get picked up and really the build is plasticky. It feels a lot lighter than the the iWork 11 and here's the docking mechanism on the bottom. Both of them have docks by the way with keyboards, but I don't have either of them. For this video unfortunately made a big difference here, of course, with the HR 10, as we do have a full size, USB 3 port and a full size, USB 2 port. Very handy micro, USB for charging and a micro SD card slot right here. Then we have a 3.5 millimeter headphone jack and micro HDMI out. But overall the build is ok, it's, solid enough there's, no noises or anything. It just feels a little cheaper and plasticky compared to the I work, a live in which I'll show you now so the I work. A lever now has a metallic housing around the back of it it's that kind of purplish, blue ii matte paint job and it doesn't tend to attract fingers. We see it has a docking mechanism at the bottom. Is the five Pogo ports there and when it comes to ports on the side of it, so we have a mini HDMI slightly different and we have a micro USB, sorry, micro, USB 3 right here, so another full size one.

So if you want a full size, that's a little annoying, but the dock does actually come with two full sized USB 2 ports, but not three. So you need to use an adapter on this, which can be a bit of a pain, here's LDC in charging, which is either a pro or con for some people and we have a mini HDMI, and this is the 3.5 millimeter headphone, jack and there's. One other thing too, that the cube does have up its sleeve, and that is, it does have a if you can hear that is a vibration, haptic feedback motor. So whenever you push the home button, there's a small little buzz there, just an added little bonus, something slightly different and both of the cameras on them the front facing cameras. They are 2 megapixel cameras and the quality of both of them isn't, particularly good. The rear facing camera on the cube is a 5 megapixel one slightly better, but even though it's got 3 megapixels more than the 2 megapixel rear facing camera of the h8n, it doesn't actually mean it's, really that much better for the cameras pretty average below average. Really not that good at all, but they are okay for Skype. Video calls, which I think most people would using them for just that now the audio out of both of them is very similar. We do have a microphone right here on the iWork 11 and we have another microphone here on the H I 10 there, okay for Skype, calls I've tested them.

The audio quality from both of the mics is okay, better than some other tablet. I'Ve heard that tend to be quite muffled and the speaker's on both of them are, from the right hand, side firing out the side and particularly poor on both of the tablets. I'Ve, definitely heard way better speakers on tablets and either side. Now these speakers can be improved by disabling the sound equalizer option under sound properties. If you do that, you get slightly better sound coming out of those speakers, but they're pretty hopeless. To be honest, both of them loudness is okay. If you check out my review videos on both of these tablets, you can hear the speaker tests that I did perform on them now, just before I get into the benchmarks and go through those just have a look at the thickness, try and get it here at The thickest point on both of tablets, so the cube is 11 or you can see that eleven point five millimeters thick rather thick. So eleven point five and the chewy is ten point. Six ten point: six, there ten point: seven, almost so they're not going to win any Finn tablet awards or anything like that. But overall, the build quality of the cube right here is definitely superior to that of the Chewie and, as I said, if you need that stylus, then that's probably one to go for it now and terms of benchmarks between them. They are very similar, as I mentioned, they have 64 gigabyte.

Emmc drives and I'll show you the speeds of those as the speeds, or are we okay? So I have benchmark to them and you'll see here that the benchmark speeds you'll see the EMM speeds are similar. Although the HR 10 does get it faster right, if you have a look at the 4k and and reads and writes they're actually much faster on the cube, the cube has a Toshiba driver in it, and the chewy has a unknown, foresee or be wind drive, which Isn'T as good, but those still those write speeds, the sequential write speeds are about 30 20 megabytes per second faster than the cube now. Other benchmarks that I did run I'll just have a look here and show you now that pretty much the same because they do have the same chipset. Although the Chu is running 64 bit operating system, we have a look over to show you Geekbench 3 score. Wait for that to load in you can see that the schools are almost identical. There, there's really not much in them and the ice storm at one point to our benchmark. Here you can see that the cube actually scored a bit higher there, almost 2400 higher and the cube again and the cloud gate 1.1 test gain got a slightly higher score. However, in the PC mark 7 tests that I ran on both of the tablets you'll see that it was the other way round and ethi 10 scored better here now our battery life, the the winner with this test, would be the Chui a chai 10 that actually Wins in battery life, you can get anywhere from about six six and a half, maybe in as high as seven hours and on the cube and my full test at around.

I just got over, I think, about five and a half hours. So there is a difference here that was with the battery, so the screen set to 40 percent brightness on both of them, speaking of which I'll just show you the full brightness on both of them. So that's the cube on full brightness and I now put the chili on full brightness and put them side by side. So you can see clearly the H i 10 is a much brighter screen slightly sharper too and finally, one of the most important thin thermals. How hot do they actually get? Well, both of them not very good, both got up to 85 degrees, but it's, very common. These teary trails, the latest generation from Intel, do get very hot I've, even seen the Microsoft Surface 3, whether it's Adam x70, 8700 get up to 85 degrees. These lower SPECT and lower clocked ones are getting up to 85 as well, which isn't very good to see. But according to both of them well at least hardware HW info – sorry, both of them aren't actually throttling thermal throttling, but they cannot be too far away from it. The well Latorre they're only about 5 degrees away from it, both of them. You can see here the distance to t.j.maxx, which is getting pretty close there, but that was during some long gaming sessions. There that's about as hot as it's going to get it shouldn't exceed 85 and I was actually charging both the tablets.

At the same time and gaming on them worst case scenario, really so all in all, if I was going to pick one of these tablets here, which one would it be, I personally go with the chewy, the h8n and I'll. Tell you why? Because it's a little bit lighter, even though it does have that plastic, you build the thing that does it for me. Is this the two full size USB ports and having that USB 3 port it's just so convenient? Although I haven't seen the dock of this particular model, yet I'm, pretty sure it's going to be ok, sure it's going to be a little bit cramped because it's a 10.1 inch screen. So we don't have a lot of space for the keyboard. But overall, the fact that I do have two full size ports. I, like the 16 by 10 ratio better than sixteen by nine. Personally, I just I just like it a little bit better for browsing websites I'm, not much of a person that watches videos in movies. On their tablet anyway, so otherwise, if you work and be watching a lot of movies – and things like that, there may be – the 169 mine by nine ratio would be better for you. Maybe this is the the option to get and, of course, as I mentioned before, a couple of times stylus, this is the only one that supports a proper stylus. So there we have it there's.

The comparison. Thank you for watching, hopefully see you back in the channel with my up and coming videos on tablets out of China.