Cube’s first Transformer Book style 2 in 1, the new iWork10 Ultimate or iWork10 Flagship as it’s called in China. It’s a dual-boot Windows 10 and Android 5.1 tablet build around a 16:10 ratio 10.1-inch screen, powered by an Atom X5 Z8300. A now very common Intel Cherry Trail chipset for manufacturers to use. Its got 4GB of single channel RAM, clocked at 1600 Mhz. And a the usual Realtek wireless N, BT 4.0, MicroSD support. Micro HDMI Out, Micro USB 3.0 port and a microUSB 2.0 for charging and data transfer in Android. Sadly no full-sized USB port on the tablet itself.

The finish of the iWork10 Ultimate isn’t bad considering the price, the rear is a metal alloy shell with a matte paint finish in Cube’s familiar trademark blue. The holds up well against fingerprints, however, isn’t very scratch resistant as I found on other models using the same finish. In time, the paint will show even the lightest of scratches.

The thickness of the tablet is 10.9mm and the screen bezels are 15mm top and bottom with a 20mm bezel on the left and right. With a weight of 616 grams it’s not the lightest 10.1-inch tablet but the build feels good in hand and well put together with no flex or give in the tablet build.

Kylin v2.0 introduces the Spark cube engine, it uses Apache Spark to replace MapReduce in the build cube step; You can check this blog for an overall picture. The current document uses the sample cube to demo how to try the new engine.

To finish this tutorial, you need a Hadoop environment which has Kylin v2.1.0 or above installed. Here we will use Hortonworks HDP 2.4 Sandbox VM, the Hadoop components as well as Hive/HBase has already been started.

Download the Kylin v2.1.0 for HBase 1.x from Kylin’s download page, and then uncompress the tar ball into /usr/local/ folder:

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Cube’s first Transformer Book style 2 in 1, the new iWork10 Ultimate or iWork10 Flagship as it’s called in China. It’s a dual-boot Windows 10 and Android 5.1 tablet build around a 16:10 ratio 10.1-inch screen, powered by an Atom X5 Z8300. A now very common Intel Cherry Trail chipset for manufacturers to use. Its got 4GB of single channel RAM, clocked at 1600 Mhz. And a the usual Realtek wireless N, BT 4.0, MicroSD support. Micro HDMI Out, Micro USB 3.0 port and a microUSB 2.0 for charging and data transfer in Android. Sadly no full-sized USB port on the tablet itself.

The finish of the iWork10 Ultimate isn’t bad considering the price, the rear is a metal alloy shell with a matte paint finish in Cube’s familiar trademark blue. The holds up well against fingerprints, however, isn’t very scratch resistant as I found on other models using the same finish. In time, the paint will show even the lightest of scratches.

The thickness of the tablet is 10.9mm and the screen bezels are 15mm top and bottom with a 20mm bezel on the left and right. With a weight of 616 grams it’s not the lightest 10.1-inch tablet but the build feels good in hand and well put together with no flex or give in the tablet build.

Kylin v2.0 introduces the Spark cube engine, it uses Apache Spark to replace MapReduce in the build cube step; You can check this blog for an overall picture. The current document uses the sample cube to demo how to try the new engine.

To finish this tutorial, you need a Hadoop environment which has Kylin v2.1.0 or above installed. Here we will use Hortonworks HDP 2.4 Sandbox VM, the Hadoop components as well as Hive/HBase has already been started.

Download the Kylin v2.1.0 for HBase 1.x from Kylin’s download page, and then uncompress the tar ball into /usr/local/ folder:

Cube’s first Transformer Book style 2 in 1, the new iWork10 Ultimate or iWork10 Flagship as it’s called in China. It’s a dual-boot Windows 10 and Android 5.1 tablet build around a 16:10 ratio 10.1-inch screen, powered by an Atom X5 Z8300. A now very common Intel Cherry Trail chipset for manufacturers to use. Its got 4GB of single channel RAM, clocked at 1600 Mhz. And a the usual Realtek wireless N, BT 4.0, MicroSD support. Micro HDMI Out, Micro USB 3.0 port and a microUSB 2.0 for charging and data transfer in Android. Sadly no full-sized USB port on the tablet itself.

The finish of the iWork10 Ultimate isn’t bad considering the price, the rear is a metal alloy shell with a matte paint finish in Cube’s familiar trademark blue. The holds up well against fingerprints, however, isn’t very scratch resistant as I found on other models using the same finish. In time, the paint will show even the lightest of scratches.

The thickness of the tablet is 10.9mm and the screen bezels are 15mm top and bottom with a 20mm bezel on the left and right. With a weight of 616 grams it’s not the lightest 10.1-inch tablet but the build feels good in hand and well put together with no flex or give in the tablet build.

Cube’s first Transformer Book style 2 in 1, the new iWork10 Ultimate or iWork10 Flagship as it’s called in China. It’s a dual-boot Windows 10 and Android 5.1 tablet build around a 16:10 ratio 10.1-inch screen, powered by an Atom X5 Z8300. A now very common Intel Cherry Trail chipset for manufacturers to use. Its got 4GB of single channel RAM, clocked at 1600 Mhz. And a the usual Realtek wireless N, BT 4.0, MicroSD support. Micro HDMI Out, Micro USB 3.0 port and a microUSB 2.0 for charging and data transfer in Android. Sadly no full-sized USB port on the tablet itself.

The finish of the iWork10 Ultimate isn’t bad considering the price, the rear is a metal alloy shell with a matte paint finish in Cube’s familiar trademark blue. The holds up well against fingerprints, however, isn’t very scratch resistant as I found on other models using the same finish. In time, the paint will show even the lightest of scratches.

The thickness of the tablet is 10.9mm and the screen bezels are 15mm top and bottom with a 20mm bezel on the left and right. With a weight of 616 grams it’s not the lightest 10.1-inch tablet but the build feels good in hand and well put together with no flex or give in the tablet build.

Kylin v2.0 introduces the Spark cube engine, it uses Apache Spark to replace MapReduce in the build cube step; You can check this blog for an overall picture. The current document uses the sample cube to demo how to try the new engine.

To finish this tutorial, you need a Hadoop environment which has Kylin v2.1.0 or above installed. Here we will use Hortonworks HDP 2.4 Sandbox VM, the Hadoop components as well as Hive/HBase has already been started.

Download the Kylin v2.1.0 for HBase 1.x from Kylin’s download page, and then uncompress the tar ball into /usr/local/ folder:

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