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jeff|Post time:12-22-2017 03:23:43 View:412|Reply:2

Chuwi CoreBook Design
First off, I’m soglad that I can get my hands on the Chuwi CoreBook , and it really impressesme. I can’t help but sharing a bit of my thoughts about this 2-in-1.
Chuwi CoreBook has asturdy and well-built body coming with an aluminum alloy enclosure. It’s veryslim and super light to carry around in your bag when you are travel on themetro and still has work to do, it really comes handy.
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Unique 2.5D curvedglass edges make it not only look more beautiful, but the ergonomic designreally fits more comfortably in hands compared to others.
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A front-facing camera is sitting comfortably above thedisplay (in landscape mode). Unfortunately, I can get a clear shot to show you,sorry.
On the back, you will findthe rear cam on top, and the finish feels ultrasleek, I really love the touch of it.
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ChuwiCoreBook Screen

It has a 13.3 inchOGS touchscreen , the resolution is 1920*1080 and is rated for 350 nits ofbrightness, this is perfect for me since I don’t like it too bright, and itoffers 82% screen-to-body ratio,which is decent.
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Chuwi CoreBookprovides a sharper contrast, and natural, delicate colors in our case.Moreover, its fully laminated display greatly reduces glare - perfect forindoor and outdoor usage.
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Chuwi CoreBook Ports
All the major ports are located on top of the tablet which includes a USB-C 3.0 port , a micro USB , and a 3.5mm headphone jack , 2 speakers are both left at the end to balance the sound.
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You will fine the power and volume control buttonsare located on the left side,which iseasy to control.
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Beyond that,the finger recognition sensor is hosted at thebottom side of the front to provide password-free entry. If you prefer passwordfree, it’s a bonus then.
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Chuwi CoreBook Keyboard
Chuwi CoreBook clips to the keyboard magneticallyand the hinge has an awesome smooth action that makes it very versatile.
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The stepless adjustable keyboard also includesa cover, on the back you can adjust the kickstand all the way up to 165 degrees.
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Keysare evenly spaced with gaps in between, soyou won’t accidentally touch the nearby key while typing on it. And they are extremely clicky and responsive, so they don't feelshallow at all.
Chuwi CoreBook Pen
This active stylus pen has 1024 levels ofpressure, and it works really well with the touchscreen, almost instantresponse. I never love a stylus before, but now I do.
Chuwi CoreBook Specs
Chuwi CoreBook is poweredby 7th generation Intel Core M3 kaby lake processor clocked at a maximumfrequency of 2.6GHz, along with 8GB of RAM on boardensures fluid performance plus 128GB of eMMC 5.1 storage as well.Backed up by Intel HD Graphics 615, watching 4K videos and running 3D games is not an issue .
The Windows 10 OS runs smoothly onthe tablet, but about the CPU benchmarksand other specific details about the performance, we’ll have to wait till the final test result. Overall,with the below-mentioned specs on board, you shouldn’t find any hiccups withthe tablet’s performance.
CoreBook Specs


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Techdragonz| Post time 12-22-2017 02:47:24 | Show all posts
This looks like Samsung galaxy tablets xD. Looks good eitherway.

1 con i find personally about this kind of setup is that it doesnt seem to be comfortable to use this on your lap... You need a table to use this as a laptop imo
They should release a second kind of keyboard like the hi13 keyboard
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manonegra222| Post time 12-22-2017 03:23:43 | Show all posts
totally agree, I think it would be a good idea to have the optional rotary keyboard
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