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Chuwi Aerobook launched as most price tag effective frameless laptop

Introduction

Chuwi is constantly improving its position in the global laptop market thanks to its inexpensive and well-built models. Another is coming early as the company will release the Chuwi Aerobook on the crowdfunding platform Indiegogo next month. A discount campaign is presently running but initial, let’s take a look at what the Aerobook brings to the Chuwi gadget portfolio. Chuwi aerobook launched as most price tag effective frameless laptop

Chuwi Aerobook specs

The Aerobook adopts the outstanding “full-view” screen with 3 out of 4 bezels being ultra-slim. As claimed by to formal information,, the slim bezels measure just 5mm thick resulting in a 15% increase of screen/body ratio that reaches 65%. What’s more, the full-sized keyboard has slim edges making the product pretty thin and giving it a weight of just 1.25kg. Read also: CHUWI AeroBook review Core M3 6Y30 Windows 10 8GB RAM 128GB ROM As you could see in the chart higher than, the Aerobook arrives packed with Intel® Core™M3 series CPU manufactured with 14-nm process and feature just 4.5W TDP design to achieve ultra-low power consumption while maintaining robust experience. In addition, 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage get care of multitasking whereas the 38Wh battery ensures long battery overall performance. In terms of ports, there are 2 high-speed USB 3.0, a 3.5mm headphone jack, a DC port, and a Micro HDMI port.

Price and availability

The formal value of Chuwi Aerobook is coming to be $499 and a prize-winning campaign is held on the company’s formal website. When the “energy bar” reaches 20W, 25% discount and an $80 gift package will be unlocked. This means that you could take it for just $379. For extra details, visit the promotion page. via

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