Chuwi CoreBox 4th generation mini-PC Launched with Intel Core i3-1215U and Thunderbolt 4
The Chuwi CoreBox 4th gen mini-PC, which resembles a little Mac Pro, has been introduced by the Chinese electronics company Chuwi, which is well known for its tablets and laptops.
The computer’s chassis is 173 x 158 x 73mm (6.8′′ x 6.2′′ x 2.9′′) and is made of an aluminum-magnesium alloy and polycarbonate.
It is powered by a laptop-specific Intel Core i3-1215U CPU with 6 cores and 8 threads (2 Performance cores with support for hyperthreading plus four single-threaded efficiency cores).
It features integrated Intel UHD graphics with 64 execution units and 1.1 GHz speed capability.
Chuwi asserts that the layout of their tiny PC will allow the chip to use up to 35 watts even though it is only rated for 15 watts.
A 512GB M.2 2280 PCIe SSD (replaceable), 16GB of dual-channel LPDDR5 memory, and room for an extra 2.5 inch SATA hard drive or SSD are additional features.
Four USB 3.0 Type-A ports, a Gigabit Ethernet jack, DisplayPort and HDMI 2.0 ports, as well as 3.5mm microphone and audio jacks, are available on the computer.
Additionally, it has a single Thunderbolt 4 port that may be used to connect other devices, such as external graphics docks.
Three 4K displays should connect using the HDMI, DisplayPort, and USB Type-C interfaces.
The 4th generation Chuwi CoreBox comes with a 65-watt power supply and a wireless card that supports WiFi 6 connectivity.
Later this month, the brand-new Chuwi CoreBox 4th-generation compact PC will go on sale. Pre-orderers can save $50 and purchase one for $399 instead of the suggested retail price of $449.