CHUWI MiniBook Hands-on: Tiny Yet Mighty

Posted in Jun 5, 2019 in Reviews, no comment

Not so long ago, the thought that running Windows 10 on smartphones seems like a fantasy. But now it has been completely realized by Chinese manufacturers. Chuwi MiniBook which is ready to be launched on the INDIGOGO, is portable as a smartphone. However, it is equipped with PC-level hardware while running the Windows 10 system. Let’s check out the Chuwi MiniBook video review.

CHUWI MiniBook

According to the parameter, the size of the MiniBook is 201*128.6mm, which is 2.5 times smaller than average laptops of 300*210mm. In fact, the Chuwi MiniBook is totally unlike the “big and heavy” laptop but more like a MAX version of the phone. You can easily put it into your pocket and take it out when needed.

Chuwi MiniBook also features a 360° YOGA design that can turn the tiny notebook into a standing tablet immediately. The keyboard is also multifunctional as it can be used as a bracket to support Chuwi MiniBook for switching between office work and entertainment modes.

Except the pre-installed Win10 system, Chuwi MiniBook is also carried with Core 8th Gen M3-8100Y processor. Coupled with 8GB+128GB+M.2 PCI-e SSD storage, it becomes the most powerful pocket notebook and performs as well as those large-size laptops.

As you can see from the video, Chuwi MiniBook runs very smoothly on editing Photoshop and loading documents/pictures. And it performs extremely well in running those games like “Asphalt: Heat” and “Modern Combat 5: Blackout”. Thanks to the YOGA form, it is possible to play the game by touching on the screen.

If you want to enjoy Chuwi MiniBook 25% early bird discount, click here to learn more.

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