Following CHUWI AeroBook–a small step for CHUWI, its first laptop with 4K resolution screen has been exposed too. Just as we are curious about the price of CHUWI LapBook Plus, an interactive campaign of“Price Guessing”is launched recently.
Before 5th, July when CHUWI LapBook Plus is officially released, users can register their emails to participate in the campaign to win free prizes and two units of CHUWI LapBook Plus will be given for free! To let users have a more comprehensive understanding of this unit, the specifications of the laptop are listed below.
Expensive 15.6″ 4K Screen
LapBook Plus is equipped with a 15.6-inch 4K screen with 282 PPI , which is 4 times clearer than the 1080P screen. It also has 100% sRGB color gamut and HDR technology for color reproduction and image rendering. As a reference, we’ve also searched those 15.6-inch 4K models on Amazon, the price basically maintains at $1500-$2000 level.
More Cost-effective CPU
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LapBook Plus packs a more cost-effective Intel® Apollo Lake processor, four-core four-threads with 2.0GHz turbo boost. This processor is mainly used in industrial fields such as NAS and small servers for its stable performance. The built-in HD Graphics 505 coming with 18 execution units clock up to 500MHz can easily decode 4K video and bring more than 2X faster performance than its previous generation.
Unusual Dual SSD Combination
Chuwi LapBook Plus features dual SSD combination of 256GB SSD and M.2 SSD expansion slot, which can be upgraded to terabytes of storage space, fully covering the requirements for watching 4K videos.
Judging from the cost on Chuwi LapBook Plus: top 4K screen, industrial-grade processor, dual SSD storage, plus metal uni-case, 8GB RAM and stereo speakers, it is expected to be sold at least $600. However, since Chuwi is delicate to bringing affordable products to users, the price of the laptop may be around $600. Submit your guess to win the free prizes!
Darling the price of the laptop is not in it’s screen but mainly in the processor, so 4k does mean nothing.