Chuwi teases desktop PC that fits in the palm of a hand
Chuwi teased a new mico-PC, the LarkBox. The tiny desktop looks to fit in the palm of a hand. The device will run on an Intel Celeron N4100 CPU, making it a decent choice for small streaming setups or basic computer needs.
Chuwi is a Chinese company known for crowdfunding inexpensive laptops and tablets that tend to mimic more expensive devices from more well-known brands. The Chinese OEM recently teased a new device on its Twitter page: a desktop that can fit in the palm of your hand.
The LarkBox is a tiny desktop micro-PC that looks to be about the size of a couple of decks of cards. Chuwi confirmed that the LarkBox will run on a quad-core 8th-Gen Intel Celeron N4100 CPU.
Chuwi hasn’t disclosed any other information, so other specs are unknown at this time. Also unknown are the release date and price, though it’s likely the LarkBox will go through a round of crowdfunding like Chuwi’s other devices.
What are your thoughts on the Chuwi LarkBox? Are mini-PCs like this ready for the big time? Let us know in the comments.
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