Before the New Year holidays, Chuwi has great news about the crowding company on Indiegogo. The fact is that the Chuwi CoreBook 2-in-1 tablet will receive a free update and enhanced configurations.
Chuwi CoreBook has a large display size (13.3 inches). This is more than the Apple iPad Pro (12.9 inches), the new Microsoft Pro (12.3 inches) and Samsung Galaxy Book (12 inches). In addition, the tablet is equipped with 8 gigabytes of RAM, while other competitors have only 4 GB of RAM. And this is not to mention that the Chuwi CoreBook has more USB ports: one USB Type-C and one micro USB).
In addition, the developers of Chuwi constantly listen to their fans and users, so often make a positive change to the configuration of the tablet. So the company has updated the amount of RAM for free from 6 to 8GB. In addition, instead of 128 GB eMMC-memory developers will install a 128 GB SSD-disk for free of cost once the campaign reaches the $200k for the release of the gadget. How do you like this change? With the SSD memory storage instead of the eMMC module, you get (data from here)
According to an authentic Website report, this move will increase disk space, accelerate the work of many applications, including the Chrome browser, which will now start in a couple of seconds. Improved data storage quality – eMMC and SD-drives are not as reliable as SSD-drives. Therefore, the latest information will be stored longer and safer. The speed of reading data up to (550MB/s) and writing speed up to (500MB/s) will also increase.
So, let’s sum up what we know about the Chuwi CoreBook. This is a hybrid tablet on the Intel Core M3 7Y30 processor with a frequency of up to 2.6 GHz, equipped with 8 GB of RAM, a 13.3 “fully laminated Full HD display with a curved 2.5D glass, a 128 GB SSD, a fingerprint scanner, a removable full-size keyboard and fast charging 12V / 3A.