When it comes to Laptops, it is undeniable that we have endless companies that offer us a wide variety of options, that is why we will find manufacturers like Chuwi, which gives us excellent versatility in their equipment, clear examples are the Chuwi AeroBook Pro and CoreBook Pro, The Chinese manufacturer Chuwi now launched Chuwi Gemibook Notebook, a notebook aimed mainly at the world of professionals and offers a range of all respect at an extremely low price. The Chuwi Gemibook is not a MateBook X clone for once but has a rather independent look. The Chuwi Gemibook which will come with 2K HD and resolution up to 2560 ×1440 and 12GB DDR4 RAM with 2133MHz.
Chuwi uses a 13.3-inch IPS display with a rather high resolution of 2160 x 1440 and a glossy surface. Pictures and videos should look accordingly good on the Chuwi Gemibook. Due to the 3:2 format, you can still work comfortably despite the small diagonal, since there is enough vertical space available. The display glass is laminated with the LCD panel, which reduces annoying reflections. A webcam is located above the display. The keyboard comes in a chiclet design and without a number pad. But you get quite large keys, which extend almost completely to the edge of the case. For comfortable typing in the dark, the Chuwi Gemibook offers a backlight for the keyboard. The Precision trackpad is quite large, comes in a clickpad version, and fills a large part of the wrist-rest vertically.
The processor in the Chuwi Gemibook is an Intel Celeron J4115, Comes with an Iris Graphics 600 IGPU, and offers two CPU cores with two threads each, which are clocked at 2.4GHz. Via Intel Quick Sync, the GPU also supports hardware-accelerated playback and encoding of H.265 (HEVC) 8-bit content. Thus, It is somewhat ahead of its Broadwell-based competitor in this respect. It also comes with a 256GB SATA SSD in M.2 2280 format. The Chuwi Gemibook offers two slots for this format, one of which even supports fast NVMe SSDs. Thus, China Laptop can be comprehensively upgraded in this respect. Also, 12GB DDR4 RAM with 2133MHz is installed ex-works. Whether you can also upgrade this, Chuwi unfortunately did not mention.
It also becomes interesting when looking at the connections. Here the Chuwi Gemibook offers a full-fledged USB-A port with USB 3.0 connectivity, as well as a real USB-C port, which can be used for video signal output as well as for charging via USB-PD 2.0. A classic DC-In port is also available. In addition, there is a Micro SD card reader and a headphone port. For a mobile power supply, Chuwi equips the Gemibook with a 38W hour battery. This should provide enough power to operate for about 8 hours without a power outlet. Of course, this is strongly dependent on the respective use case and the display brightness.
The Chuwi Gemibook runs Windows 10 Home 64-bit as an operating system. The Internet access via Dual Band AC-WLAN. The built-in module comes from Intel and also provides Bluetooth 4.2. If you need Ethernet, you have to buy a type C or USB-A dongle. External displays can operate via the USB-C port with up to 4k and 60Hz. You need either a DisplayPort or an HDMI 2.0 dongle. Besides, Chuwi Gemibook meets many requirements for productivity purposes according to the performance test above. It can truly improve productivity in your work. For More Information visit on official WebSite.