Finally We Have Some Pricing AND Specs On The Chuwi LapBook Air Notebook!

The LapBook Air

Today Chuwi’s web site reflected that the LapBook Air would soon be released and you can sign up to either win one or get a $50 coupon off the initial sales price of $429.99.  That sales price, is pretty low considering the specs! The $50 coupon would really make this an appealing notebook for many folks at $379! (which by the way, was below my guess back when they were asking folks to guess the price)

Of course I had to look around for the specs and found them listed on both Gearbest and Amazon. Based on what I have read on those 2 sites here is what we are looking at spec-wise.

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  • Intel Apollo Lake N3450 CPU
  • 8 GB RAM
  • 128 GB eMMC onboard storage
  • Easy to access slot on bottom to add an M2 2242 SSD
  • 1920 x 1080 fully laminated display
  • Back-lit Keyboard
  • 2 Full size USB 3.0 ports
  • a microSD card slot
  • HDMI port
  • 3.5 mm headphone jack
  • Dual Band Wireless 802.11b/g/n/ac
  • Battery is 10000 mAh

Those are the things I know for sure. How it performs, how good the display looks and how the battery life is I will leave up to Andrew and Chris, the two reviewers that I follow and trust.

One more thing I do know, Amazon has stated the LapBook Air will be available on Oct 10th!

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Update: Oct 28th 2017, you can find a video or two on this site with the specs and initial impressions. Just click here!

And now, more images…

That is all I have at this time,

Tim

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2 thoughts on “Finally We Have Some Pricing AND Specs On The Chuwi LapBook Air Notebook!”

    1. A Core M would have great, but considering the price point and battery, probably not a very useful productivity machine. As for me they hit all the buttons I wanted…most importantly the SSD slot and the 8 GB RAM.

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