CHUWI CoreBox i5 Exposed, 2L Volume Features Desktop Performance

Posted in Jun 2, 2020 in News, no comment

Recently, CHUWI released a mini PC CoreBox i5, which is only 2L in volume. It features great performance, such as the Intel Core i5 processor, 8GB memory,and 256GB M.2 SSD. The mini PC is suitable for the corporate office or small workstation.


Mini size, simpleand practical
With the volume of 2L, CoreBox i5 can be placed vertically or horizontally. The body design is simpleand good-looking, the volume advantage is obvious when comparing with the traditional PC. Meanwhile, it features handles on both sides of the fuselage, which is convenient to move.

Intel Core i5 Processor
Equipped with Intel Core i5 5257U processor, frequency of 3.1GHz, It can handle light 3D graphics rendering, engineering design,and other scenes smoothly. Built-in iris Graphics 6100 graphics card, it can hard decode 4K video easily, brings high-quality visual experience. With 8GB memoryand 256GB M.2 SSD, software runsand responds rapidly. It supports 2.5-inch hard disk expansion, meets the storage of massive filesand material.

Multiple interfaces, convenient extension
Although CoreBox i5 features a mini body, its connectivity is very hign. Two HDMI interfaces can be connected to two monitors at the same time, which can be applied to the editor’s clip paneland monitor, or programmer code display requirements. Besides, it also comes with USB-A*4, 3.5mm headphone & microphone jack, RJ45 gigabit port, DC charging port.

Based on the excellent performance of the traditional PC, CoreBox i5 is only 2L in volume, which brings a lot of convenience for daily use. Intel Core i5 processor, 8GB memoryand 256GB SSD combination,and abundant interfaces make it significantly more usable as an officeand home entertainment PC.


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