When choosing a laptop PC size does matter – carrying a bulky laptop is not always convenient. Chuwi introduced the previously announced “pocket” laptop transformer MiniBook with a full-size keyboard, an Intel Core processor and a fast SSD drive. To celebrate the great success of Chuwi MiniBook campaign — $520K funds have been raised, Chuwi announces that the charger of this tiny notebook will be upgraded into a 45W PD charger which can quick-charge your laptop while transferring data with no interference at all.
The eight-inch touchscreen laptop display rotates 360 ° for use in tablet mode, which is useful on the road or if you can not put the gadget on a flat surface. In basic usage scenarios, a regular keyboard with a standard size of main buttons is also available.
The iron filling of the Chuwi MiniBook is a bundle of Intel Core m3-8100Y processor with a maximum clock frequency of 3.4 GHz with an integrated Intel UHD 615 graphics chip and 8 GB of RAM. For data storage, the novelty was equipped with a 128 GB solid-state drive, which can be expanded with an M.2 slot. There is also an up-to-date USB Type-C port for connecting various peripherals.
Still, 26 days left in the crowdfunding campaign so if you are a fan of pocket UMPC tiny laptops, you should certainly check out the CHUWI MiniBook. The basic model will set you back $430 and the Core m3 model is $530. Only 26 days left, if you like this tiny 8-inch UMPC laptop, check out it on the INDIEGOGO. Both being quite affordable when taking into account the size and powerful hardware.