Chinese brand Chuwi introduced another interesting inexpensive laptop – this time we are talking about MiniBook X model, which features the use of a touch screen, as well as the placement of the webcam in the display opening.
The Chuwi MiniBook X is a very compact laptop – primarily due to the use of a small 10.8-inch screen with 2K resolution in a 16:10 aspect ratio. The display is surrounded by a very narrow frame (it occupies 90% of the front panel), and the use of a touch shell allows you to use the device in tablet mode.
A very interesting solution is the placement of the webcam in a hole in the upper left corner of the screen, an idea known mainly for smartphones, which is slowly starting to appear in laptops as well.
At the heart of this model we find the Intel Celeron N5100, a low voltage quad-core processor clocked at 2.8 GHz. Its operation is supported by 12GB of LPDDR4x RAM, and for internal memory we get a 512GB SSD. The laptop also has USB Type-C ports and supports fast charging with 45W of power.
The novelty will go on sale soon – the expected price is $599.