Today we are in stores the new mini PC CHUWI GBox Pro a low consumption device that is a version of the CHUWI GBox that we saw recently in one of our Review. A new version that gets a little worse in processor terms, the Intel Celeron N4100 is replaced by a less efficient Intel Atom X7-E3950, the rest of the specifications and external design are basically the same. It also continues to include a remote to use this mini PC as an HTPC and a reduction in its price according to the new processor.
Processor, RAM and storage
The new CHUWI GBox Pro includes the Intel Atom X7-E3950 Quad Core processor, an Apollo Lake manufactured in 14nm with a TDP of 12W and a base frequency of 1.6Ghz that includes an Intel HD Graphics 505 GPU with 18UE. The RAM memory is 4 GB LPDDR3, includes 64GB of eMMc storage memory and an extra slot to install a SATA3 storage unit.
At the wireless connectivity level we have WiFi aC with internal antenna and Bluetooth 4.0. The included connectors are of a great variety, with a VGA port, two USB 2.0 ports, another two USB 3.0, a USB Type-C, HDMI 2.0 4K60fps output, 3.5mm audio jack, Gigabit network port and finally a microSD card reader
Take the GBox Pro to your workplace, make a splash in the conference room, or make it your mobile
entertainment buddy. Why? Because it won’t take up tons of desk space and you can simply just
slip it into your pocket and travel with it all the time. The Unibody stamping,micro-level CNC cutting, aluminum alloy sandblasting oxidation treatment, stereoscopic visual design, fine lines, all is for creating a strong mechanical texture of GBox Pro; 7.4 * 5.4 * 1.5 inches compact body, only 0.97L, 90% lighter than old PCs. To get more information on The CHUWI GBox Pro Mini PC, click HERE to access it on Chuwi official website.