CHUWI CoreBox i5 released as the small volume mini PC


CHUWI CoreBox i5

CHUWI brand recently really means business with their mini PC models and the latest one is the CHUWI CoreBox i5. And it’s a really compact piece with just 2l in volume. For once they moved from the omnipresent Celeron N4100 processor and this box is equipped with much more powerful Intel Core i5 processor. So it’s a perfect choice for a corporate office or a small workstation.

Mini size, simple and practical 

With the volume of 2L, CoreBox i5 can be placed vertically or horizontally. The body design is simple and good-looking, the volume advantage is obvious, when comparing with the traditional chunky PC towers. Meanwhile, it features handles on both sides of the fuselage, making it convenient to move around or transport.

Intel Core i5 processor

Equipped with Intel Core i5 5257U processor, with core frequency of 3.1GHz, it can handle light 3D graphics rendering, engineering design, and other scenes smoothly. Built-in iris Graphics 6100 graphics card can hard decode 4K video easily and brings better performance.  And 8 GB RAM and 256GB M.2 SSD disk pretty much guarantee smooth operation. Thanks to the 2.5″ expansion slot you can also easily add another SSD or HDD to the mini PC.

Multiple interfaces, convenient extension 

Although CoreBox i5 features a mini body, its connectivity options are really good. Two HDMI ports can be connected to two monitors at the same time, which is handy for many jobs like editors or programmers for code display requirements. Besides that , it also comes with four USB 3.0 ports , 3.5mm headphone & microphone jack, RJ45 gigabit LAN port and DC charging port.

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CHUWI CoreBox i% is a good choice for your mini PC needs, because it is more powerful than the common chinese N4100 models. With desktop performance it can be much more versatile and work in many capacities. You can find more about it on the official website.

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