The main specs for Chuwi’s upcoming mini PC named Chuwi LarkBox have been announced, and it starts with a weight of just 127 grams, and 61mm x 61mm x 43mm in dimensions.
That makes it small and light enough to carry with you, like a lightweight smartphone. But I imagine mostly just a few computer technicians would find that very useful. But we will see how it will be put to use over the year, and if it can be put to use in some new creative ways.
Chuwi LarkBox main specs meanwhile are an Intel Celeron N4100 processor with UHD Graphics 600, with 6GB of LPDDR4 RAM, and 128GB SSD storage with an extra 128GB in microSD card support.
Chuwi says it can run 4K videos smoothly, but doesn’t say anything about the maximum of monitors it can support, or the other specs of the hardware so far, though they do mention that the standby power consumption is 5 watt.
The LarkBox is also equipped with what is described as an ultra-silent fan, Bluetooth 5.0, 2x USB A ports, a USB C port, a full-size HDMI port, and a 3.5mm audio combo jack.
The setup follows a pretty familiar recipe and one that we can find in such Windows tablets as the Chuwi Hi10 X and Chuwi UBook for those who would prefer the same computer hardware with a screen and keyboard as well.
– Tom Bowen