CHUWI LarkBox, the World’s smallest 4K mini PC, will go live on Indiegogo

Posted in Jun 24, 2020 in News, no comment

As information has been released, CHUWI will launch the world’s smallest mini PC LarkBox on Indiegogo at 7:00 AM on June 23 (PST).

CHUWI LarkBox

LarkBox features an ultra-small body, Intel J4115 processor, 4K ultra HD video output, 6GB RAM, and 128GB ROM combination and M.2 SSD expansion. The official price is $155, while the price of the crowdfunding is as low as $169, buy it from private link can get $149, the lowest price will be $139 for sign up.

Selling point
The small body size can be the most distinctive feature of LarkBox, which brings abundant usage scenes. Meanwhile, it also performs well in daily work. With the Intel J4115 processor, it can decode 4K video smoothly.

Size in one hand
With a diminutive size of 61*61*43mm (0.16L), LarkBox is a compact marvel, and extremely easy to carry around. Meanwhile, the ultra-small body takes up little space. It supports VESA hanger, which can be used in many scenes, office all-in-one machine, TV box, AD display host, and other purposes.

Suitable for office and entertainment
LarkBox features the Intel J4115 military-grade processor, which is stable and durable. It’s suitable for daily office and other purposes. Built-in UHD 600 graphics card, it can smoothly hard decode 4K ultra-HD video. It supports HDMI 4K resolution output and can be placed in the living room as a streaming TV box.

LarkBox comes with a 6GB RAMand 128GB ROM combination. It supports the M.2 SSD expansion, opens and uses daily software smoothly. Meanwhile, it also features abundant interfaces, such as USB-A *2, 3.5mm headphone interface, HDMI, Type-C, and other types of interfaces. Besides, It can connect the keyboard and mouse and other peripherals.

LarkBox will go live on Indiegogo soon. The official price is $155, while the price of the crowdfunding is as low as $169, buy it from private link can get $149, the lowest price will be $139 for sign up.

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