Yes, it should. The Chuwi Lapbook 14.1 got the same processor, memory and internal storage specs, clock speeds as the Hi13, the pratical difference is the keyboard (which should be cheaper for the Hi13), touchscreen and the display (the Hi13's display is not even laminated). Yet you can find it for $130 dollars less. Maybe the (stupid) quad-speaker stuff made it more expensive. If that's the case, I'd rather have 2 speakers on one side if that makes it cheaper. And if I were looking to have a better stereo sound quality I'd just plug my headphones. Why 4 speakers?
I don't understand Chuwi's pricing and never will. I don't even know why I lurk around here anymore, after wasting my time waiting for the Hi13.
At this price point you're better off buying something with a Core M processor and a SSD. Like the Cube i7 book or the HP Spectre x2 (ages ahead, even though it's 1 year in the past).