Windows 11 the first major update in six years of its widely used computer operating system. The new version has a simplified design. It also adds new tools to help users better organize their desktop workspace for working on several different tasks at once. Windows 11 was launched last month and will be available as a free update to existing Windows 10 users – although some devices are unable to run the new system, which requires a minimum of 64 gigabytes of storage and 4 gigabytes of RAM. Now you can Experience The New Windows 11 on Chuwi CoreBook X. Announced at the end of April, the new Chuwi CoreBook X is finally available on the market: you can already buy it on the official Chuwi website.
Microsoft has made it mandatory to have TPM 2.0 and Secure Boot support for Windows 11. Furthermore, it supports only modern processors, including 8th gen and newer Intel chipsets. This is why many users with older generation processors are facing issues with Windows 11 compatibility. So, No worry about that, the new CoreBook X integrates an Intel Core i5-8259U (Coffee Lake) quad-core chip at 2.3GHz and up to 3.8GHz with Intel graphics Iris Plus 655, which demonstrated overall performance above the Core i7-1065G7 (Ice Lake) in all major benchmarks, including GeekBench with + 10%. It’s basically the same processor as the MacBook Pro from a few years ago.
The platform is completed by 8GB of dual-channel DDR4 RAM and 512GB; (possibly expandable up to 1TB) of storage on a PCIe Gen.3 x2 SSD; with a reading speed of up to 1600MB / s that will ensure fluidity and responsiveness to the notebook. in any operation. From the previous model, however, the new Chuwi CoreBook X also inherits the 14-inch 2K IPS display (2160 x 1440 pixels); with 100% sRGB color coverage, 70% NTSC and 74% DCI-P3. Thanks to the ultraslim frames just 5 mm thick and the 3: 2 aspect ratio; this screen will allow you to view more content (+ 18%) vertically, both when consulting a document and when browsing the web, reducing page scrolling and improving efficiency and productivity at work.
The rest of the equipment includes a new full-size backlit keyboard and the usual connectivity; with dual-band 802.11ac WiFi and Bluetooth 4.1, 3.5 mm audio jack; microSD card reader, a USB 3.0 port, a USB Type-C (data, power, and video), and the power connector. The datasheet is closed by a 46.2Wh battery; which seems to promise up to 8 hours of autonomy, and Windows 10 Home operating system. For more information about Chuwi CoreBook X visit the official website.