The Gemini Lake chips from Intel came in a time that affordable mobile CPUs had become pretty weak since users’ and software needs increase year-over-year. The new Intel N4100 CPU is in the heart of the upcoming Chuwi LapBook SE that we told you about 3 weeks ago and provides for enough power for everyday tasks, making the LapBook SE one of the best choices for students.
Besides school work, it can handle extracurricular activities just perfectly: keeping up with your social networks, streaming movies, listening to music, posting photos, gaming, video chatting with the parents back home. In addition, carrying a laptop around can be a pain, so it should be light and thin so Chuwi chose a 13.3″ display that is big enough to allow for portability but not that big to make it difficult to carry around.
What’s more, most laptops of that kind have fixed RAM and storage but the LapBook SE allows for SSD expansion (M.2 SSD) up to 512GB and up to 256GB of microSD expansion. Lastly, as the company claims, its battery can take you through the day easily. The Chuwi LapBook SE is expected to hit the market soon, stay tuned on their official website for more information.
Chuwi LapBook SE Specs
|Model||CHUWI LapBook SE|
|CPU||Gemini Lake N4100|
|GPU||Intel® UHD Graphics 600|
|ROM||160GB, SSD & Micro SD expansion|
|Screen||13.3 inch 1920*1080 IPS|
|Ports||2*USB-A 3.0, 1* HDMI, 1* headphone jack|