Chuwi CoreBook: If you are looking for a 2-in-1 device you will probably have noticed that there are many models you can choose from, as almost every partner Microsoft has created its own publications to take advantage of the growing demand for this particular device.
Chuwi is one of the companies that impressed from the beginning, as it managed to combine decent hardware and Windows 2 power into a 1-in-10 device, creating extremely affordable models that offer the functionality of the most expensive products.
In an effort to compete with the big ones, including Microsoft and Apple, Chuwi is now preparing the CoreBook, a 2-in-1 model that will bring an even richer experience to its users.
The device will feature an 13,3 inch screen with a full-rolled OGS panel that will not only reduce reflections but will contribute to overall picture quality. Power comes from a processor Intel Core 7 generation (Intel Core M) coupled with RAM 6GB and storage up to 128GB.
The CoreBook features 4K hardware decoding, a pen that supports 1024 pressure levels, and a fingerprint sensor that Chuwi calls a "Touch ID," similar to the one found on Apple iPhones, although it can be considered trademark infringement.
In addition, the CoreBook comes equipped with an 2-in-1 keyboard with built-in support for easier setup and a 37Wh battery that supports fast charging.
Unfortunately, the mass production of this model has not yet been finalized, which will be judged by a financing campaign that is raging to be organized by the company to determine the public demand.