The CoreBook X has always been one of the most anticipated notebooks for the Chuwi brand, and this year is no exception. In the previous two upgrades, the Chuwi CoreBook X didn’t have many modifications, but Chuwi brought a fundamental innovation to the notebook in March 2022. In maintaining the original advantages of the product, it has further achieved a light and thin upgrade.
Continue the 3:2 screen ratio, lightweight design
The third-generation CoreBook X uses a BOE 14-inch screen, which is the same screen as the Huawei MateBook 14, which is well-received in the market. It adopts an ultra-narrow bezel design, with a screen ratio of up to 85%, a resolution of 2160*1440, and a 100% sRGB color gamut. With the continuation of the 3:2 screen, the advantage in productivity is greatly increased. Compared with the 16:9 screen of the same size, the vertical display area has increased by 18%, and the efficiency in web browsing and office software use has been greatly increased.
Thanks to the ultra-narrow bezel and full-size keyboard design; it is 10% smaller than the traditional 14-inch notebook, almost the size of a 13-inch notebook. In addition, the heavy glass panel of the previous generation has been removed; which reduced the weight of the whole machine by 150g, and the current weight is 1360g; which is more convenient to go out and carry for a mobile office.
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Upgrade Comet Lake processor, performance, and balance
The processor is upgraded to Intel 10th generation Comet Lake i3-10110U; with a leading 14nm process, accelerated frequency of 4.1GHz, core frequency of 1GHz; 4MB L3, 15W thermal design power consumption. The GeekBench5 single-core score is 976, the multi-core score is 2000; and the comprehensive battery life is 8 hours, achieving a perfect balance between performance and power consumption. The fan has also been adjusted, the fin density has been increased by 17%, the heat dissipation efficiency has been greatly increased and the noise has been well controlled. It is equipped with 8GB memory and 512GB M.2 2280 SATA SSD with a so-DIMM slot; and users can upgrade the configuration according to their needs.
Intel AX201 WiFi6 wireless network
The wireless network is upgraded to the current mainstream WiFi6 protocol; which can support up to 2400Mbps, a speed increase of up to 3 times compared to its predecessor, and Bluetooth 5.1 protocol is greatly improved in terms of multi-device connectivity and transmission stability.
Chuwi CoreBook X will go on sale at the end of March at a price of $549. Interested users can subscribe to the mailbox in advance and get a $50 off coupon; and can be notified the first time of the sale.