Chuwi released its second AMD processor-powered Mini PC in early February and named it LarkBox X. The model continues the compact size and design of the LarkBox series, measuring about 5*5*2 inches. It can be connected to up to three 4K monitors and is equipped with a Gigabit network port, making it compact and space-saving for more use scenarios.
Chuwi LarkBox X comes with a Raidon 7 3700U processor with a maximum acceleration frequency of 4.0GHz, Zen+ architecture, and a thermal power consumption design of 15W. It is worth mentioning here that with the outstanding physical design and excellent thermal management, LarkBox X boosts the actual peak TDP of Raidon 7 3700U to 25W, bringing stable and high-performance output for various applications. In addition, this processor also integrates Radeon Vega 10 core graphics, which can smoothly run current mainstream online games.
Performance is 27.78% better than Intel’s comparable processor, the i7-8550U, especially in PS photo editing, 3ds max modeling, and Medical visual virtualization. Chuwi LarkBox X is perfect as a home media center, office PC, digital signage system, and light gaming and entertainment machine thanks to its all-in-one interface configuration, which includes.
- -HDMI 2.0
- -1 x USB Type-C ( Full function)
- -Dual Gigabit Ethernet RJ45
- -4x USB 3.0 Type-A ports
- -1 x mic input
- -1 x audio line output
It also features a wireless card with AC WiFi 5 and Bluetooth 4.2 support. The LarkBox X also features hardware upgrades; with dual-channel memory support for DDR4 3200MHz SO-DIMM format memory upgrades up to 32GB. It also supports the PCie3.0 interface M.2 SSD upgrade. More upgrade space is reserved for users.