Chuwi MiniBook X Launched with smartphone like punch-hole display
While computers like the Apple MacBook Pro have notch displays, a punch-hole display is unheard of. This punch-hole display notebook from Chuwi, a Chinese manufacturer, was introduced to the Chinese market with a long list of amazing features.
While it retails for $619, you may save $70 by using an authentic coupon from Chuwi’s website. As an added bonus, it works with a stylus pen.
This is the first laptop to feature a punch-hole screen, according to the manufacturer. 2K retina resolution can be seen on the device’s diminutive 10.5-inch punch-hole display.
It has a cutout for the front-facing camera at the top left. Its bezels are thin because of the necessity to fit device’s punch-hole camera. In addition, the keyboard sports reduced side bezels and a chiclet-style layout.
It is equipped with Front-facing 5MP HD camera for video conferencing and meetings.
Convertible notebooks, such as the Chuwi MiniBook X, can be flipped and tilted 360 degrees. That it may be utilized in a variety of ways is demonstrated in its promotional material by the manufacturer.
The 11th generation Intel N5100 processor with Intel’s UHD GPU, 12GB of RAM and 512GB of SSD storage are included in this configuration.
Fast charging at 45 watts is supported, and Windows 11 comes pre-installed. One on each side is dedicated to USB Type-C, while the other is used for audio output only. The laptop has an 11mm thickness and weighs 899 kilos.