Increasingly sought after by particularly careful users, that of low-cost notebooks is a growing category. Also thanks to products like the Chuwi HeroBook, able to provide more than enough experience, considering the very low price. That's why the manufacturer is going to churn out the Chuwi HeroBook Pro, an improved version under more profile within the technical sheet.
Chuwi HeroBook Pro wants to raise the bar technically
The first change, the most substantial one, will concern the chipset used. The Chuwi HeroBook Pro will be able to count on the power provided by theIntel N4000, which will replace the more modest E8000 of the basic model. Made at 14 nm, it includes a dual-core CPU up to 2.6 GHz and an Intel UHD 600 GPU, which can also render 4K video more smoothly. The benchmarks are clear: on GeekBench this HeroBook Pro scores 1918/3382, while HeroBook stops at 952/2841.
To pair the new SoC there will also be improved memories, starting from 8 GB RAM format L, unlike the 4 GB DDR3 of the first model. In addition, inside there will also be a storage with 256 GB di SSD, all contained in a body that weighs 1.39 kg and integrates an IPS display from 14.1 "Full HD. This will not go too far to impact on the price, which is always very low, since we will talk about dollars 250.
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