Laptops from the CHUWI brand are always walking the very edge of the minimal possible price and the customers are loving them for that. And the recently released CHUWI Herobook model is the prime example of such philosophy, because while sporting quite some usable specs it’s featuring a sub-$200 price tag. And now it gets even better, because the makers upgraded the display to FullHD resolution so one of the only downsides of the laptop are now fully rectified. So what can you expect from such a cheap laptop ?
Frankly, quite a lot. CHUWI Herobook can offer 14-inch FullHD resolution anti-glare display, Intel Atom x5-E8000 quad-core processor, 4 GB RAM, 64 GB of eMMC storage, independent M.2 SSD disk slot, borderless full sized keyboard, ultra large touchpad, big 38 Wh battery with 24W fast charging promising up to 9 hours of battery life, USB type-C slot, 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi module, 0.3MP webcamera, 1.48 kg of weight and of course the Windows 10 as the OS.
And while the specs are not anything groundbreaking, the laptop is perfectly fine for browsing, watching movies and anything else needed for an average user. And because you can currently find the CHUWI Herobook for example in here for a crazy low price $196, there is really not much decision making needed if you are looking for an ultra cheap rock solid laptop. This is it.