Called the SurBook Mini, the tablet is a smaller version of Chuwi's recently launched SurBook. The smaller tablet packs in some of the same specs as its larger sibling, but it makes some sacrifices in other areas.
The most notable difference between the two is that the SurBook Mini includes a 10.5-inch 1920x1280 display, which compares to a 13.3-inch panel on the standard SurBook. The SurBook Mini also includes 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage, both of which are down from 6GB of RAM and up to 128GB of storage in the larger model. Otherwise, both tablets pack the same, modest Intel Celeron N3450 processor.
In terms of ports, the SurBook Mini is equipped with a single USB Type-C port, two USB 3.0 ports, and a 3.5mm headphone jack.
Chuwi hasn't revealed a price for the SurBook Mini, but the larger SurBook was available as part of an IndieGoGo campaign for between $300 and $439. It would be reasonable to assume the SurBook Mini will come in at a cheaper price point.
The Chuwi SurBook Mini will be available starting November 11.
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