Looking for a Laptop for your Student Life? Check out the Chuwi LapBook SE

Chuwi LapBook SE

If you’re a student, a laptop is a pretty essential item, almost as much as your textbooks and school ID. Plus you can use the laptop extracurricular activities, such as keeping up with social networks, streaming movies, listening to music, editing photos, gaming and whatnot.

And of course, the best laptops for college students need to last for the long haul, preferably through four years of undergrad and maybe a year of grad work.

So, what are the factors you should consider when getting a laptop? Here we have a few:

1. Light and thin

You’re almost always better off with a laptop that’s light and thin if you’re a student. Something like the CHUWI LapBook SE comes with a 13.3-inch 1920*1080 IPS screen and a size of just 317*215*15.9(H)mm. This way, you won’t break a sweat going from class to class.

Chuwi LapBook SE

2. Multitasking performance

Powered by an Intel Gemini Lake N4100 CPU, which brings an outstanding performance improvement over the previous generation, browsing the web, checking out emails, playing 4K videos and even gaming will feel much faster and smoother than ever before.

3. Storage solutions

Remember, storage affects speed. The CHUWI LapBook SE comes with 4GB of RAM and 160GB of internal storage, along with SSD expandability for up to 512GB. If you happen to be a movie junkie, an aspiring filmmaker, or a gamer that needs more space to store games, it’ll be nice having the option to upgrade in the future.

4. Battery life

Coming with a big enough battery and a very power efficient SoC, the CHUWI LapBook SE will have enough juice to power you through the day.

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CHUWI LapBook SE Specifications




Gemini Lake N4100


Intel® UHD Graphics 600




160GB, SSD & Micro SD expansion


13.3 inch 1920*1080 IPS


Windows 10


2*USB-A 3.0,

1* HDMI,

1* headphone jack



The Chuwi LapBook SE still isn’t on the market but it is coming very soon. You will be able to learn more about it on the company’s official website.

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