Chuwi LapBook Review: Value For Money Notebook
The Chuwi LapBook stands true to the term ‘Value for Money’ with the great features that it has to offer for a reasonable price, it’s a great buy if you’re on the lookout for a budget laptop.
The display of the LapBook is what stands out in it. With a 14.1 inch screen, it comes with a high resolution display of 1,920 x 1,080 pixels. The colours appear vibrantly on screen which comes with a matte finish thus reducing the glare.
Performance wise, the LapBook isn’t the best because it comes with a 1.1GHz quad-core Intel Celeron N3450 processor that works at good speed unless there are too many programs running simultaneously. The LapBook does not heat up quickly either. Heavy graphic files on this device wouldn’t go too well considering it comes with HD Graphics 500. The Chuwi LapBook comes with a 64GB eMMC chip and a 4GB RAM because of which transferring files is not as fast which is a slight challenge.
The look and feel of the LapBook is very likable. The keyboard comes with a smooth finish and looks very MacBook-ish. With a textured finish, it offers good build quality considering the price. The LapBook comes configured with Windows 10 and has an inbuilt webcam. There is a microSD card slot, microHDMI port & 2 USB ports that allow you to use a wired or wireless mouse along with the LapBook. The LapBook has a 9,000 mAh battery inside which should suffice for anywhere more than 12 hours when fully charged.
The LapBook comes with a charger and is packaged and shipped safely. The cable that goes into the wall socket can be swapped & weighs approximately 1.46 kgs thus making it very handy for travel considering it’s adaptability to different kind of plugs and decent weight.
This quick functioning laptop with great display and battery life that looks smart and is very compatible, comes at a price of just $299.99 (approximately Rs. 19,500) It promises lot of things for such a minimal price making it a superb deal.
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Picture courtesy – pcadvisor.co.uk
by techtalks @TechTalks May 15, 2017 8:30 AM UTC