CHUWI AeroBook Pro – powerful metal laptop for just $449

AeroBook Pro

Chinese laptop and tablet makers CHUWI are a household name in the business for a very long time. And recently they are also dabbling in the mini PC pretty successfuly, but the main focus still lies within the laptop region. Their latest model CHUWI AeroBook Pro is once again a very interesting one with fantastic build and display or very solid hardware specs. Oh and also pretty affordable price especially in the current summer sales on the official Alixpress store.

CHUWI AeroBook Pro is a sleek beast with space grey aluminum-magnesium alloy build and just 1,23 kg of weight or 15mm thickness. It sports fully laminated 13,3-inch IPS screen with 80% screen-to-body ratio and pretty thin bezels. Not aspiring to be a gaming powehouse, but the energy efficient Intel Core M3-8100Y processor is passively cooled so you are getting a totally silent laptop. Add in the UHD Graphics 615 for 4K hardware decoding, 8 GB LPDDR3 RAM and 256 GB SATA SSD drive and you have pretty rock solid base specs.

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On top of that you are also getting full sized backlit keyboard or 38Wh battery with 24W charger and PD2.0 support. Makers are claiming about 8 hours of battery life for that one. Port setup is also pretty good with dual USB 3.0 ports, USB Type-C port, HDMI port, TF card slot or headphone jack. Connectivity is solid with dual-band ac Wi-Fi or Bluetooth 4.2. All of it of course running on the pre-installed Windows 10 system.

You can currently find the new AeroBook Pro only for $449 in the summer sale on the official Aliexpress store using the in-house coupon. Not bad at all considering all the pros for this new great looking laptop. So take a look and maybe it will capture your attention or even wallet.

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1 Comment

  1. Manpreet Nehra
    June 22, 2020

    Before buying make sure there is a service centre near you. Chuwi uses cheap components to make their electronics and if it breaks there is no fixing. And sending things back to hongkong is costly