Offered in four models, the Kupa UltaNote is the company’s top-ranking tablet. It features NFC, a fingerprint scanner, LTE, a digitizer and an Intel Core i7 processor. On top of that, it packs 8 GB of DDR3 RAM, dual 1.3-megapixel cameras and a 10.1-inch hi-def display. With 128 GB of hard-drive space, the UltraNote is a tablet that can hang with most computers. More than sufficient, this processor can slaughter Apple’s A6X chip on their iPad 4th gen.
It’s unfortunate that the Kupa X15 UltraNote starts at $1600 but they offer lower-end models like the EliteNote beginning at $1100. Some might compare this to the Microsoft Surface but specs-wise, it couldn’t compete with the X15.
The only reason someone would choose a Microsoft Surface is the price point or the featured keyboard accessories. It appears that Kupa has made a successful, power-heaping tablet, providing an option for serious tab-users.