Fail | Chuwi GemiBook design flaw shows us what happens when ports are positioned too closely together
Normally on larger laptops, ports are adequately spaced apart since the edges of the chassis are spacious. On thinner and smaller laptops, however, ports tend to be more tightly packed for obvious reasons and at least one manufacturer may have taken this approach a bit too far.
The 13-inch Chuwi GemiBook is a cheap 3:2 laptop with an AC adapter port and USB-C port along the left edge. Meanwhile, its right edge houses the USB-A port and 3.5 mm audio port. As shown by our images below, however, the AC adapter and USB-C ports are positioned so closely together that our USB-C to USB-A adapter won't even fit without impeding the adjacent AC adapter. Unless if you happen to have a skinny adapter cable or regular USB-C cable, then don't expect to be able to utilize both the USB-C port and AC adapter port simultaneously.
The ports are an embarrassing design flaw, but we're not that surprised when considering that this is the same company who falsified product shots to appear thinner than the actual product. Chuwi is aiming for a cheap $300 price point when the GemiBook launches and so we suppose users can expect what they pay for.