15 December 2017
Chuwi has also been seen at the IFA event in Berlin with its many gadgets, including the SurBook that the company made it available on Indiegogo and successfully raised over $940,000 funds. Along with this, the company also showcased LapBook Air, the smallest size tablet Hi9 and an upgraded version of HiBox-the HiBox Kin at this year's IFA.
Talking first about the Chuwi SurBook, the device had been on the Indiegogo and raised funds more than the set goal of the company. It was the huge interest and engagement of the users that helped the company to extend the campaign on the Indiegogo for a period of a further 20 days.
It’s a convertible tablet with full metal body design and a 12.3-inch Samsung IGZO screen with 2736×1824 pixel resolution and 3:2 aspect ratio. It’s powered by an Apollo Lake Celeron N3450 processor paired with 6GB RAM and 64GB/128GB of internal storage. You also get two full sized USB 3.0 ports, USB Type-C port, and support for Hi-Pen with 1024 pressure levels.
Next device showcased by Chuwi at the IFA is MacBook Air-like laptop running the Windows 10. The LapBook Air has a 14.1-inch display and it sports an all-metal design with the matte finish. The laptop weighs 1.3Kgs and has the thinnest profile with 6mm thickness. It’s powered by an Intel Atom, Celeron or Core M3 processor.
Next up is the Chuwi Hi9, that has an 8.4-inch 2K FHD screen and is powered by an MTK8176 processor coupled with 4GB RAM and 64GB internal memory. It runs on Android 7.0 Nougat OS.
The fourth product seen at IFA from Chuwi is HiBox King, which is powered by Intel Apollo Lake N340 processor and coupled with 4GB RAM and 64GB storage. It supports Dual Band 2.4Ghz/5GHz.
Chuwi at IFA also announced that it will continue to deliver more high-quality products and keep them at affordable prices.