Chuwi will launch the LapBook 14.1 with Apollo Lake CPU for under $300
Chuwi is better known for tablets than notebooks, yet the LapBook 14.1 that the Chinese manufacturer will release soon, is already their second notebook after the 15.6 inch LapBook 15.6. The LapBook 14.1 will feature a smaller 14 inch display with Full-HD resolution and small 8 mm bezels on both sides, less than the 10 mm and 14 mm bezels of the 15.6 inch LapBook 15.6. Inside of the LapBook 14.1 Chuwi added one of the new Apollo Lake Intel Celeron N3450 processors with Intel HD 500 GPU, 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB eMMC storage, that can be expanded using SD-cards.
There will be one USB 3.0 and one USB 2.0 port, both Type-A, in addition to a Micro-HDMI port, audio I/O and charging port. The LapBook 14.1 will be 8 mm thick at the front and 20 mm thick at the rear and weigh in at 1.3 kg. Dual-Band WiFi and Bluetooth 4.0 are integrated as well. The battery will have a capacity of 9,000 mAh. The LapBook 14.1 will come with Windows 10 Home and be available for sale at the end of December for less than $300. Online merchant Gearbest already started listing the laptop without pricing information.