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Cherry Mobile Alpha Shift: Windows 8.1 device for under Php15K

A new Windows 8.1-powered tablet/laptop device from Cherry Mobile has appeared on Lazada, sporting a 10.1-inch IPS display, quad-core CPU, and a price tag of under Php15K – the Cherry Mobile Alpha Shift.

Cherry Mobile Alpha Shift key specs:
10.1-inch IPS display
1.33GHz Intel quad-core CPU
Intel HD Graphics
32GB internal storage
500GB HDD in dock
WiFi b/g/n
Bluetooth 4.0
1x USB (dock)
1x microUSB (tablet)
1x micro HDMI
1.2 megapixel camera
Windows 8.1 OS
6300mAh battery
17.7 x 26.3 x 1.9cm
0.14 kg

The Cherry Mobile Alpha Shift has a price tag of Php14,499. See Lazada’s listing here.

Update: Specs updated with 500GB HDD in dock, USB and HDMI ports.

This article was written by Louie Diangson, Managing Editor of YugaTech. You can follow him at @John_Louie.

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9 Responses

  1. Sorry says:

    sorry Cherry.. i’d rather buy a laptop/netbook with that price tag. :)

  2. pinpoint015 says:

    Panget ng design…..

  3. mark says:

    hopefully makakuha kayo ng review unit. mukhang magandang alternative sa Acer Switch 10 at Asus Transformer Book – T100. Ok na sana yung Alpha Morph kaso hindi maganda implementation ng flip keyboard at dock.

    • accel says:

      Calling this hybrid notebook an alternative to the branded hybrids (like Asus, Acer, Lenovo, etc.) out there is a blasphemy. God knows who manufactured this device and if it has undergone a quality check.

    • chris says:

      natatawa ako dito sa reply ni accel. may GOD at BLASPHEMY pang nalalaman. kunwari, matalino at maka diyos.

  4. Easy E says:

    Full touch ba yan? Kasi may mga 14in na laptop na Lenovo at Asus na win8.1 sa ganyang price.

  5. accel says:

    I wonder how long the dock hinge in this hybrid will last. My Asus T100’s dock hinge is still firm despite all the abuse it received due to being docked and undocked several times in a year.

  6. Dumdum says:

    I’m really curious about the replies this article got. Sure, for 15k, you have a full laptop from a name brand, but that laptop won’t be light nor would it have a touchscreen.

    On the flip side, you can spring for a similar concept and spec’ed device from a name brand, only that you’ll add 6k or so to the price.

    It’s funny that just because it’s not a name brand, people expect a product to be priced well below a certain threshold when the price is already thousands of bucks below said product’s actual competitors (i.e. same/similar specs and functionality).

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