Is the HiPhone next? For $269 USD, the HiPad Plus is as close you can get to an iPad or Galaxy Tab experience without paying two or three times the price. However, the glass touchscreen feels fragile and maximum brightness is dimmer than most other tablets.
The HiPad Plus is Chuwi’s latest affordable tablet succeeding the older 2019 HiPad.
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