Chuwi Reveals the Logic Behind Choosing Intel m3-6Y30 Processor For Ubook


The Chinese company Chuwi is one of the hardware makers that has been able to offer decent quality despite its low price. The Chinese have recently released the Ubook which a Win10 2-in-1 tablet pc that looks similar to the good-looking tablet of Microsoft’s Surface Guard and the HP Specter X2 Hybrid tablet.

Chuwi Ubook is a Win10 2-in-1 tablet which comes with 6th Generation Intel® Core™ m Processor-m3 6Y30, which adopts a 14nm process to achieve ultra-low power consumption while improving the performance of core™ level.

VS M3-7Y30

From CPU-Z test, it can be seen that the single-core and multi-core performance of m3-7Y30 are 19% and 18% higher than that of m3-6Y30 processor respectively.

VS Celeron N4100

From the comparison of Cinebench R15 test, it can be seen that the CPU test score of m3-6Y30 is about 8% higher than that of Celeron N4100, and the score of OpenGL is more than double. What we should know is that the former coming into the market the is two years ahead of the latter.

Through the test of PCMark 8, the score of m3-6Y30 is nearly 20% higher than that of Celeron N4100, which further proves that the comprehensive performance of m3-6Y30 processor is powerful.

The performance of m3-6Y30 is surprising when compared with Celeron N4100 and almost insignificant in actual use when compared with m3-7Y30. Low cost and powerful performance are estimated to be one of the reasons why CHUWI Ubook chooses this CPU.

Chuwi Ubook features an 11.6-inch display is equipped with an IPS panel, which, unlike most low-priced products, is fully laminated and has an appropriate viewing angle and acceptable resolution indirect light. At the heart of this tablet is the Intel Core m3 processor with a frequency of 2.2 GHz. 8GB of DDR4 RAM with 128GB to 1TB of SSD is another hardware specification for this product. In terms of ports, Chuwei has two USB 3.0 ports, a USB-C port, a micro HDMI port, and a jack.


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