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#1 MrTasselhof

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Posted 21 December 2012 - 05:51 PM

This thread is for the discussion of General Topics and Specs for the Ramos W30
Link: Merimobiles.com - Chewi V99

 

Hello there to anyone swinging by.

I just received the Chewi V99 tablet and I have to say I am pretty impressed.
It has a "RETINA" Class display which really shows itself off in vibrancy, depth of color, and crispness.
This tablet also has all of the specifications of the Windows N90 II Dual Core which is a favorite of mine.

I plan to try to do a video review for this device at some point... but if you have seen my Window N90II review, then use that and add on a higher grade screen.

Tasselhof


 

Merimobiles.com - Overview Video
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kEy9Gk7-O3A&feature=player_embedded

 

Informational Links:

Merimobiles.com - Chewi V99

Chuwi Homepage

Chuwi V99 - Product Page


 

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Tech Specs:
  • Warranty:
    • 1 Year, click here for details
  • CPU:
    • RK3066 Cortex-A9 dual core,1.6GHz
    • GPU:Qual-core Mali400
  • OS:
    • Android 4.1
  • Memory:
    • 1GB DDR3 Ram,16GB Nandflash built in
    • Extend Memory up to 32GB via micro sd card
  • Screen:
    • 9.7 Inch Retina Screen 10 Points
    • Resolution:2048 x 1536px
  • Audio:
    • Loud Speaker
    • 3.5MM headphone jack
    • MP3,WMA,OGG,APE,FLAC
  • Video:
    • 1080P,AVI,RMVB,DAT,WMV
  • Features and highlights:
    • Dual core processor
    • Android 4.1
    • Retina Screen 2048 x 1536px High Resolution
    • 10 points Multi-Touch
    • Bluetooth
    • Wifi 802.11 b/g/n
    • 16GB Built in
    • Dual camera
    • Smooth video playback performance
    • Gsensor
    • Speaker
    • Microphone out
    • Slim body
    • 3.5mm audio jack
    • TF card slot
    • Micro USB port
    • 242.2*187.3*9.8mm,643g
  • Camera:
    • Front 2.0MP,back 2.0MP
  • Battery:
    • 10000mAh lithium polymer battery
  • Package Content:
    • CHUWI V99 Dual Core
    • USB Cable
    • Charger
  • Color:
    • Silver
  • Language:
    • English

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**Latest Tablets**
Onda V812 - 8" IPS 4:3 Capacitive 5-Point Multi-Touch - 1024x768 - w/ Quad Core CPU & 2GB RAM
Chuwi V99 - 9.7" RETINA IPS 4:3 Capacitive 5-Point Multi-Touch - w/ Bluetooth - 2048x1536 (Needs Firmware Updating and Stability)

**Current Favorite Tablets & Devices**
Onda V812 - 8" IPS 4:3 Capacitive 5-Point Multi-Touch - 1024x768 - w/ Quad Core CPU & 2GB RAM
Window N90 Dual Core II - 9.7" IPS 4:3 Capacitive 5-Point Multi-Touch - w/ Bluetooth - 1024x768
Ainol Novo 7 Aurora - 7" IPS 16:9 Capacitive 5-Point Multi-Touch - 1024x600
HP TouchPad - 9.7" Capacitive 5-Point Multi-Touch - WebOS & Android - Dual-Boot (Use WebOS side)
Samsung Epic 4G Touch (Galaxy SII) - Running Blazer ROM

**Additional Recommended Tablets**
Gemei G9T Dual Core - 9.7" IPS 4:3 Capacitive 5-Point Multi-Touch - 1024x768
Gemei G9 - 9.7" IPS 4:3 Capacitive 10-Point Multi-Touch - 1024x768
Window N70 - 7" IPS 16:9 Capacitive 5-Point Multi-Touch - w/ WCDMA & Bluetooth - 1024x600
Chuwi V99 - 9.7" RETINA IPS 4:3 Capacitive 5-Point Multi-Touch - w/ Bluetooth - 2048x1536 (Needs Firmware Updating and Stability)

**Other Tablets Owned**
MID V7 - 7" 16:9 Resistive Single Touch
M701R - 7" 16:9 Resistive 2-Point Multi-Touch
C8 - 7" 16:9 Capacitive 2-Point Multi-Touch
C9 - 7" 16:9 Capacitive 2-Point Multi-Touch
Ramos W6HD - 7" 16:9 Capacitive 2-Point Multi-Touch - 1024x600
M6 - 7" 16:9 Capacitive 5-Point Multi-Touch
Wopad i7 - 7" 16:9 Capacitive 5-Point Multi-Touch
Ainol Novo 7 Advanced - 7" 16:9 Capacitive 5-Point Multi-Touch
Ainol Novo 7 Advanced II - 7" 16:9 Capacitive 5-Point Multi-Touch
MID V8 - 8" 4:3 Resistive Single Touch
MID816 - 8" 4:3 Resistive Single Touch
MID816R2 - 8" 4:3 Capacitive 2-Point Multi-Touch
T9 - 8" 4:3 Capacitive 5-Point Multi-Touch
Wopad i8 - 8" 4:3 Capacitive 5-Point Multi-Touch - 1024x768
Teclast P85 - 8" 4:3 Capacitive 5-Point Multi-Touch - 1024x768
Teclast A15 - 9" IPS 16:9 Capacitive 5-Point Multi-Touch - 1280x800
FlyTouch 3 - 10.1" 16:9 Resistive Single Touch

#2 shadowspan

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Posted 17 January 2013 - 01:47 PM

Hello Mr. T

I understand there's a new quad core version of this tablet utilizing the Allwinner A31 instead of the Rockchip. Is there any possiblity of getting hold of one of these for a comparison test? There seems to be very little difference in price and the new model appears to have a plastic body perhaps to cut costs. Not being able to tryeither, I can't decide which one to get without a little help and I respect your opinion

#3 MrTasselhof

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Posted 21 January 2013 - 08:55 AM

Hello Mr. T

I understand there's a new quad core version of this tablet utilizing the Allwinner A31 instead of the Rockchip. Is there any possiblity of getting hold of one of these for a comparison test? There seems to be very little difference in price and the new model appears to have a plastic body perhaps to cut costs. Not being able to tryeither, I can't decide which one to get without a little help and I respect your opinion


I only review the items that are sent to me... I doubt i will get the AllWinner version in.
I do have an Onda V812 which has the AllWinner A31 chipset and I can easily say it is comparable to slightly better in performance than the Rockchip RK3066.
The AllWinner chipset still needs a lot of work on efficiency... at least on the Onda V812, but overall it is a very solid chipset and performance.

Tasselhof
WANT 500MB of FREE Mobile MiFi Wireless HotSpot Internet access for your tablet every month?
- Referral Link: Check Out FreedomPop

- Upfront Notes:
- Requires $100 security deposit for the mobile device plus shipping.
- Security deposit is fully refundable within the first year.
- After 1 year the security deposit is non-refundable and you now own the mobile device.
- By using this referral link above it increases my data limit by 50mb (similar to the DropBox referrals)

LINE: MrTasselhof (Live Chat)
Twitter: MrTasselhof
YouTube Tablet Reviews Channel: http://www.youtube.c...of?feature=mhum

All Tablets have been Provided for Review by: Merimobiles.com - HUGE THANK YOU!
- All names below are linked to their respective product page

**Latest Tablets**
Onda V812 - 8" IPS 4:3 Capacitive 5-Point Multi-Touch - 1024x768 - w/ Quad Core CPU & 2GB RAM
Chuwi V99 - 9.7" RETINA IPS 4:3 Capacitive 5-Point Multi-Touch - w/ Bluetooth - 2048x1536 (Needs Firmware Updating and Stability)

**Current Favorite Tablets & Devices**
Onda V812 - 8" IPS 4:3 Capacitive 5-Point Multi-Touch - 1024x768 - w/ Quad Core CPU & 2GB RAM
Window N90 Dual Core II - 9.7" IPS 4:3 Capacitive 5-Point Multi-Touch - w/ Bluetooth - 1024x768
Ainol Novo 7 Aurora - 7" IPS 16:9 Capacitive 5-Point Multi-Touch - 1024x600
HP TouchPad - 9.7" Capacitive 5-Point Multi-Touch - WebOS & Android - Dual-Boot (Use WebOS side)
Samsung Epic 4G Touch (Galaxy SII) - Running Blazer ROM

**Additional Recommended Tablets**
Gemei G9T Dual Core - 9.7" IPS 4:3 Capacitive 5-Point Multi-Touch - 1024x768
Gemei G9 - 9.7" IPS 4:3 Capacitive 10-Point Multi-Touch - 1024x768
Window N70 - 7" IPS 16:9 Capacitive 5-Point Multi-Touch - w/ WCDMA & Bluetooth - 1024x600
Chuwi V99 - 9.7" RETINA IPS 4:3 Capacitive 5-Point Multi-Touch - w/ Bluetooth - 2048x1536 (Needs Firmware Updating and Stability)

**Other Tablets Owned**
MID V7 - 7" 16:9 Resistive Single Touch
M701R - 7" 16:9 Resistive 2-Point Multi-Touch
C8 - 7" 16:9 Capacitive 2-Point Multi-Touch
C9 - 7" 16:9 Capacitive 2-Point Multi-Touch
Ramos W6HD - 7" 16:9 Capacitive 2-Point Multi-Touch - 1024x600
M6 - 7" 16:9 Capacitive 5-Point Multi-Touch
Wopad i7 - 7" 16:9 Capacitive 5-Point Multi-Touch
Ainol Novo 7 Advanced - 7" 16:9 Capacitive 5-Point Multi-Touch
Ainol Novo 7 Advanced II - 7" 16:9 Capacitive 5-Point Multi-Touch
MID V8 - 8" 4:3 Resistive Single Touch
MID816 - 8" 4:3 Resistive Single Touch
MID816R2 - 8" 4:3 Capacitive 2-Point Multi-Touch
T9 - 8" 4:3 Capacitive 5-Point Multi-Touch
Wopad i8 - 8" 4:3 Capacitive 5-Point Multi-Touch - 1024x768
Teclast P85 - 8" 4:3 Capacitive 5-Point Multi-Touch - 1024x768
Teclast A15 - 9" IPS 16:9 Capacitive 5-Point Multi-Touch - 1280x800
FlyTouch 3 - 10.1" 16:9 Resistive Single Touch

#4 Vikt0r

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Posted 23 January 2013 - 02:13 PM

I am new to this forum, so I cannot start a new topic, therefore excuse me for a little offtopic here - but does anybody have ANY information about CHUWI V19 tablet? It seems to be pretty much the same as V99, but with 1024x768 display (no retina). Looking at the internet I found literally NO information about this tablet (despite that it's being widely sold) - no firmwares, no discussions, nothing. Why? Maybe it's not authentic and just a copy of another device? Which one?
I've bought one from e-bay, the tablet comes with 4.1.1 JB and otherwise would be fantastic, BUT mine came with a strange battery issue - it shuts off, then it's impossible to charge up (stucks in an infinite reboot loop), then the battery shows fully charged, but if I disconnect the charger - it dies in seconds. Also showing the battery fully charged, after rebooting it's again on ZERO! Please someone help!! Any advice? Is it the battery, or an OS issue? Does anybody have any experience? I would be much grateful for any answer!

Thanks!!

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Posted 20 February 2013 - 11:01 AM

Hi, I cant get the chuwi 99 back 2 work.

Before doing anything, I plugged into my pc and saved all the pics into my pc, the tablet was on usb mass storage, I switched off the tablet and when I switch on back again the logo was spinning and spinning and is not booting up at all since.

When I plug the tablet into the computer is detected as external usb hard drive, I unninstall the driver one after another, and when I try to use the driver on the folder adb_files\usbdriver windows says that is not signed and cant install the device.

Please help Im desperate to make my tablet back to work...

{Note from Moderator -- This was posted in the Cube U20GT section. I moved it here as it seemed more appropriate. Jez}

Edited by Tablet_Collector, 20 February 2013 - 01:34 PM.


#6 sallerin

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Posted 05 June 2013 - 03:43 AM

Hi, I cant get the chuwi 99 back 2 work.

Before doing anything, I plugged into my pc and saved all the pics into my pc, the tablet was on usb mass storage, I switched off the tablet and when I switch on back again the logo was spinning and spinning and is not booting up at all since.

When I plug the tablet into the computer is detected as external usb hard drive, I unninstall the driver one after another, and when I try to use the driver on the folder adb_files\usbdriver windows says that is not signed and cant install the device.

Please help Im desperate to make my tablet back to work...

{Note from Moderator -- This was posted in the Cube U20GT section. I moved it here as it seemed more appropriate. Jez}


I have the same problem and no solution :(

Problem solve: new flash with danerick rom

Edited by sallerin, 07 June 2013 - 03:07 AM.





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