Chuwi CoreBook will add a SSD
Chuwi CoreBook is a hybrid tablet that differs from the usual old-school laptops and tablets better productivity, higher performance and great portability. Chuwi CoreBook has a larger 13.3″ screen than Apple iPad Pro (a 12.9″), new Microsoft Surface Pro (12,3″) and Samsung Galaxy Book (12″), and for more convenient operation, it uses full lamination technology.
In addition, Chuwi CoreBook is equipped with a large amount of RAM to 8 GB at the time, as the above mentioned devices offer only 4 GB of RAM. Not to mention more USB ports (one USB-C 3.0 and micro USB) than others.
And since Chuwi CoreBook refers to crowdfunding projects, Chuwi listening carefully to user feedback and making significant changes in the development of the tablet. In the past the company has increased the free RAM of the device from 6 to 8 GB, and this week the company used Indiegogo for the announcement of the tablet is SSD with capacity of 128 GB instead of 128 GB memory, eMMC in the collection of $200 million for the release of the gadget. How do you make that change?
With SSD memory you get more space for storage and faster speed of an SSD means that you will be able to use Chrome just a few seconds after turning grombala. With all of this SSD is even and greater reliability and endurance compared to the conventional eMMC memory and SD cards.
A great read speeds (550 MB/s) and write (500 MB/s). Think of it as the way: the more she strips, the more cars will be able to ride it at the same time. eMMC is a single-lane road, and SSD multilane highway. And even at the same speed, its bandwidth will be much higher.
So, to summarize what we know about Chuwi CoreBook. This hybrid tablet Intel Core M3 7Y30 seventh generation with a frequency up to 2.6 GHz, equipped with 8 GB of RAM, a 13.3″ Full HD fully laminated display with curved 2.5 D glass, SSD capacity 128 GB fingerprint scanner, removable full-sized keyboard and fast charging with 12V/3A.
Everyone can now connect to a crowdfunding campaign https://www.indiegogo.com. More information about the tablet is available on the official CHUWI website.