Chuwi represented recently a new ultrabook LapBook Air. It is thinner and lighter than all the previous models of the manufacturer. The laptop weighs 1.3kg, where the thinnest part is 6mm and the thickest part is 20.5mm. Besides, the laptop is powered by Intel N3450 quad-core CPU, based on the Apollo Lake platform at a frequency up to 2.2 GHz. It has 8GB of RAM, 128GB of SSD and runs Windows 10.
The display is fully laminated without air gap between the matrix and protective glass. Due to this feature, it seems like the image is lying on the surface of the display and is not distorted when looking at the screen from an angle.
At the bottom part of the ultrabook a keyboard with LED backlight is placed. It lacks of a digital block, wherein the arrow keys are full-sized, and there is a place for several functional keys. Also, it is worth to mention, that the logo lightship during the work.
The manufacturer installed a battery with a capacity of 10 000 mAh in such a tiny case. According to the official description, the laptop is capable of working on a single charge up to 7-8 hours.The stereo-speakers in the Chuwi LapBook Air and double microphone with noise cancellation are suitable for conversations on video conference through a 2- megapixel camera.
If comparing this ultrabook with Apple MacBook Air, we see that the MacBook has good autonomy, keyboard with backlight, cool sound, noiselessness, compactness and lightness. However, it has disadvantages too: it heats up at very high graphic loads, only a free applications, and the price is quite high. Thus, Chuwi balances between the price and quality, and it works quite well.