Chuwi already has a number of laptops and tablets that firmly occupy the budget space, but it's adding another to that lineup. Called the LapBook SE, the company's latest laptop comes in at $299 and, despite the low price, carries a sleek look.
In terms of specs, the LapBook SE is powered by Intel's Celeron N4100 processor, which clocks in at a base frequency of 1.10 GHz with four cores. That's rounded out by 4GB of RAM, along with a total of 160GB of storage spread out over one 128GB M.2 SSD and a 32GB eMMC module.
The laptop packs a 13.3-inch IPS display at 1920x1080 resolution, and a borderless, backlit keyboard. In terms of styling, the LapBook SE very much looks to be taking inspiration from Apple's MacBook with sleek lines and a relatively large trackpad.
Port selection includes two USB 3.0 ports, a standard 3.5mm headphone jack, one HDMI output, and a TF card slot.
Obviously, you won't be setting any performance records with the LapBook SE. But if you're just looking for a machine to handle some web browsing, writing, or very light gaming, then the specs should back it up.
Chuwi's LapBook SE is up for order now at Gearbest for $299.99.
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The memory setup seems weird. The eMMC will be so much slower than the SSD, so what is its point? Usually a smaller second drive is the smaller drive and used for fast access to the OS, this is obviously not the case.
Wish they show more pictures. Also, what on earth is the 32GB eMMC for? I hope that is not where the Os resides? Overall, the price is good.
What is the battery life?
8 hours battery life.
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