Chuwi

Although we’ve mostly covered Chuwi’s laptop and tablet ventures to date, the company has just announced the HiGame mini-PC, and it’s worth a look. Chuwi is stepping out of their comfort zone a bit here with a new desktop form factor, featuring the new Intel 8th Gen Core with Radeon RX Vega: basically Kaby Lake G with Radeon Graphics. Chuwi is well-known for low-cost laptops, but this move into the PC gaming industry seems like a wise one, and their first entrant has a lot of appeal. This appears to be a redesign of the GBox Pro that they showed off at CES. The HiGame is a 7-inch by 6-inch by 3-inch desktop, and is based around the 65 W Intel Core i5-8305G with Radeon...

Chuwi Announces The Hi 9 Air Android Tablet For April Launch

Chuwi is announcing a new tablet in their Android lineup called the Hi 9 Air. Set for a mid-April release, Chuwi is offering some interesting capabilities on their new...

14 by Brett Howse on 3/20/2018

Chuwi at CES 2018: KBL-G Mini PC, Gemini Lake 2-in-1, And More

LAS VEGAS, NV – This year at CES, Chuwi is showing off a couple of new devices that they have in the pipeline. These are not yet ready for...

9 by Brett Howse on 1/11/2018

Chuwi Announces The LapBook Air: For Preorder Now

Although they are a relatively small company, Chuwi has been impressing me with low cost-notebooks, that don’t have all of the normal drawbacks of low-cost notebooks. That isn’t the...

25 by Brett Howse on 9/25/2017

The Chuwi LapBook 12.3 Review: Premium Feel, Budget Price

Every once in a while, we get surprised. It seems to be a rare thing in this industry these days, but it does still happen from time to time...

60 by Brett Howse on 9/6/2017

Chuwi Announces The LapBook 12.3 With 3:2 267 PPI Display

Chuwi is a relatively unknown company in the PC space, but only about a month ago we took a look at the Chuwi LapBook 14.1, and came away very...

35 by Brett Howse on 4/8/2017

The Chuwi LapBook 14.1 Review: Redefining Affordable

In this industry, it is all too easy to focus only on the high end of the PC market. Manufacturers want to show off their best side, and often...

75 by Brett Howse on 3/10/2017

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