Are you in the market for an affordable notebook PC? Then I suggest that you read this post till the end.
Chinese device manufacturer Chuwi, continue to release affordable devices to the world; and this time we have a look at the Chuwi Lapbook 14.1. The Chuwi Lapbook comes in different screen sizes, and for this article our focus will be on the 14.1 model. This is a pretty affordable laptop with some nice features that’ll attract you. The table below summarizes some of the highlights of this notebook PC.
|Model name||Chuwi Lapbook 14.1|
|Screen size||14.1 inches|
|Display resolution||1280 x 1080 pixels|
|Processor speed||2.2 GHz quad-core|
|Dimension||329.2 x 22.05 x 20 mm|
Design & Display
Chuwi Lapbook 14.1 comes in a slim package measuring only 20.mm when the lid is closed. The entire device is made from plastic, meaning it doesn’t feel like a premium device. However, the bezels on the Lapbook 14.1 are surprisingly thin giving you a nice screen-to-body ratio.
From the name, you can guess that the display of the Lapbook 14.1 is 14.1-inches. The display is Full-HD, which means that you get a pixel density of 118PPI.
Hardware, OS & Performance
The Intel Celeron N3450 processor is running underneath the Lapbook 14.1 laptop. The fanless processor packs 4 processing cores and has a maximum clock rate of 2.2GHz. Graphics processing on this laptop is handled by a 9th generation Intel HD Graphics 500 graphics card with 12 execution units.
RAM size is 4GB and you get a rather average 64GB of internal storage. Nonetheless, there is TransFlash support for up to 128GB.
As with most Chinese laptops, the Lapbook 14.1 notebook PC comes with Windows 10 OS preinstalled. With Microsoft’s latest OS, you are afforded a great opportunity to a vast collection of software; and you also get Cortana – the virtual assistant that is bundled with the new OS.
There is only one camera with this notebook PC: a 2MP front-facing camera, which should serve well for your video chatting needs.
Battery capacity on the Chuwi Lapbook 14.1 stands at 9000mAh. You also get a 12V/2A power adapter for charging the laptop.
Coming at an affordable price tag – which by the way is the trademark for most Chinese devices, the Chuwi Lapbook 14.1 is no doubt a nice notebook PC. However, the small 64GB of ROM and the low-entry processor are the major drawbacks; besides these, the Lapbook 14.1 is a decent laptop.
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