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Chuwi CoreBook Pro

Chuwi CoreBook Pro

The Chuwi CoreBook Pro is not a gaming or creative computer, but rather it is a web consultation and office automation machine equally well as a multimedia station. Its 14 inches screen with thin borders. Furthermore,  it is 2560 × 1440 pixels 100% sRGB display to make it a real small portable cinema.

Lightweight and Compact Design:

It weighs 1.53 kgs and is 36.2 centimeters width, 24.2 cm deep, and 1.59 cm thick. Thus, it is a 14 inch compact and lightweight enough to allow smooth and easy movement.

8gb DDR4 Ram of Chuwi CoreBook Pro:

On-board RAM is 8GB of DDR4, a right amount for multi-tasking. The storage is entrusted to a 256GB Solid State drive in M.2 SATA 3 format is associated with a second M.2 slot is free for a possible evolution of the storage. The random access memory is soldered, and the processor can not manage more than 8 GB.


Excellent Battery Backup of Chuwi CoreBook Pro:

The battery is a 36.5 Whr, due to which it provides continuous 9 hours of endurance for the machine. A figure is needed to be compromised by practice with a drop to 6 or 7 hours in video is used for example. The Wifi module has a classic 802.11AC with Bluetooth 4.0 connectivity.
It is limited to the minimum point with a power jack port—moreover, A USB 2.0 Type-A as well as a USB 3.0 in the same format.

A MicroSD card reader is situated, and a 3.5 mm audio jack is available for headphones. Furthermore, microphones in addition to the Micro HDMI port mentioned above. Furthermore, a pair of stereo speakers are built-in.

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Backlit Keyboard:

The keyboard of the Chuwi CoreBook Pro is a Chiclet that seems to be very well established. Moreover, with a number pad overhanging a large touchpad. It comes with backlit technology, which will be a plus for QWERTY keyboard users and a really useful feature for QWERTY keyboard users all around the world. The former is undoubtedly obliged to toggle the keys to their preferred layout thanks to a kit of labels stuck on the keys. The keys may be removable, but for the moment, it is not at all safe.