Budget tablet maker Chuwi is getting to wrap up its crowdfunding campaing for its latest project, the SurBook. Now, the company has released a short demo video showing off the Surface competitor in action. Check it out below:
The SurBook won't set the world on fire from a specs perspective, but it does look fairly promising if you want a budget Surface alternative. Like the Surface Pro, the SurBook sports a rear kickstand and detachable keyboard cover. The 13.3-inch screen features a resolution of 2736x1824 and works with an included pen with 1024 levels of pressure sensitivity.
The biggest hinderance for the SurBook is its Intel Celeron N3450 processor, which isn't going to approach the power of a Surface Pro, but is a necessary sacrifice for the price. Otherwise, the tablet packs a respectable 6GB of RAM and up to 128GB of storage.
The SurBook is still available via Indiegogo with prices ranging from $299 to $399 depending on the package. If you want to back it, however, you'll want to move quickly, as the campaign is almost over (13 hours left as of this writing).
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