Gemini Lake based mini PC coming soon with Chuwi GBox

Chuwi GBox

Chinese makers Chuwi are more and more expanding into the realm of the mini PC computers and following the Indiegogo campaign for their high-end gaming model Chuwi HiGame there is another piece in the works. This more affordable and budget mini PC will be soon available through normal retail channels directly and will be named Chuwi GBox.

It will be based on the Intel latest Gemini Lake platform and will feature the Celeron N4100 64-bit quad-core processor, 4 GB RAM, 64 GB of internal basic storage and SATA+M.2 expansion slots. With the 9th Gen Intel HD graphics and VGA+HDMI ports you can connect up to 2 monitors and you are good to go for up to 4K resolution, VP9 and HEVC 10-bit codecs.

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All should be enclosed in metal compact and light body and will be sporting some nice connectivity options too including dual-band AC Wi-Fi, Gigabit ethernet, Bluetooth,2 x USB 3.0 ports, 2 x USB 2.0 ports, USB Type-C port, microSD slot and others. It will support remote controllers and you can even install Linux if needed over the default Windows 10 system.

More information about the upcoming Chuwi GBox is available on the official website, but so far we have no idea about the projected price for this mini PC and the actual date of availability. Speaking about Chuwi there is currently also 20% discount promo running for their latest Chuwi Hi9 Air tablet so you can check the deal on Aliexpress.

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1 Comment

  1. rumpeltizkin
    May 14, 2018

    C’mon AMD, start making APU’s for the ultra low power market and blow up Intel’s 3 years in a row nonsense. I’m tired of their stupid policy of rebranding these processors, nothing new. If AMD can release a ~4W APU enough to do any task on 7nm process it will be the final goodbye of atom series for good.