US rebrand of the Cube i7 Stylus - Mytrix Complex 11t

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    So, still looking to find a way to buy a Tablet that fits my requirements posted here,
    I came across the Mytrix Complex 11t which is apparently a US located re-brand of the Cube i7 Stylus.

    Some of you guys might be interested in this US version.
    It got a "FCC approval", which apparently is required for electronics in the U.S. market.
    Or so this source states.

    Temporarily it was also sold as Cytrix Complex 11t from what I could gather.
    It also seems to come with the Stylus and Keyboard-dock per default from what I read!
    http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01ATZ7PEE/ref=ox_sc_act_title_1?ie=UTF8&psc=1&smid=A1Z8HN9APE8NTZ

    I just can't figure out if it supports Windows 64bit.
    I read the i7 or iwork11 do only come with 32bit and hence can't even fully use the 4Gb RAM.

    Now for me personally, the shipping from the US seems way more attractive than from china but the shipping fee is still killing it. Plus 120$ over amazon.
    I wonder if there might be any more re-brands or similar hiding within my reach and would appreciate any suggestions.

    A nice unboxing video if anyone is interested:


    And a go at some painting from the same guy:


    Both are from that seemingly temporary Cytrix version.
    Could not figure out why it was re-branded twice.
     
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