CHUWI MiniBook X 10.8″ 2K full touchscreen | Intel Jasper Lake N5100 | UHD Graphics GPU | Windows 11 | 12GB DDR4+512GB SSD
Chuwi MiniBook X
The 10.8-inch MiniBook X features a compact, full-screen design that is 20% smaller than similarly sized notebooks and is easily stowed in your bag to go wherever you go. Powerfully business-ready, MiniBook X replaces the traditional laptop and helps improve office efficiency anytime, anywhere.
The world’s first hole-digging screen laptop
10.8″ 2K full screen
10.8″ 2K fullscreen A 10.8-inch, 16:10 widescreen utilizes innovative perforated notebook screen technology for a screen ratio of more than 90%. 2K retina-level resolution offers stunning visuals and an immersive experience. Includes easy-open case, 10-point touch screen for simple and intuitive operation and 5 megapixelHD camera for seamless videos and conferencing.
Intel 11th Celeron N5100 processor
Latest generation Intel 11th Celeron N5100 processor with 10nm process, high performance with low power consumption, four cores and four threads, new Tremont micro-architecture, and 10W thermal design for everything from editing documents, video-conferencing and office software. Features next gen UHD Graphic core graphics card for seamless 4K video and online games.
6-series aerospace aluminum alloy
Unibody integrated body design composed of 6-series aerospace aluminum alloy A/D side, high-densityinjection C shell, a precision ceramic sandblasting process for smooth and delicate texture, and an anodized casting super protective layer for a body thats smooth as silk. Over 28 manufacturing processes combine to create the light and sturdy body of MiniBook X.
Two years ago, Shenzhen-based Chuwi launched the Minibook, which as the name implies was a miniature sized laptop with an 8-inch screen. I didn’t review that particular device, but I’ve tested another device with almost the exact same footprint (and, knowing how small Shenzhen manufacturers work, I can confidently guess they came from the same assembly line), and found 8-inches for a laptop to be too small. It wasn’t so much the screen, but the keyboard had to be shrunken to the point that it threw off a touch typer like me.
Chuwi’s follow up, the Minibook X, increases the laptop screen size to 10.8 inches, and this is a much more ideal size in my opinion. It’s still very portable and noticeably smaller than most laptops on the market, but the keyboard is now large enough to mostly resemble a full-sized keyboard, which means I can type at near my peak speed again. In fact, I am writing this review on this device.