Previously, when saying Chuwi, it was associated with budget tablets and laptops that only could handle basic tasks. But during these years, this brand could grow into something bigger. Currently, in its assortment, you can find products from many categories and for different purposes. Recently, this company launched a new mini PC that made people change their attitude towards it. We are talking about the Chuwi LarkBox X. If you know the products of this brand, you might think it is the one released earlier. But no, we are talking about the relaunch, which brings many surprises.
Externally, this Chuwi mini PC comes with an attractive appearance. But for products from this category, we are more interested in their performance. As for the Chuwi LarkBox X, it boasts not only the aforementioned features but also an incredible end-user experience for office and business, gaming, home entertainment, etc.
The original model of the Chuwi LarkBox X was released in February of this year. It was priced at US$439. You might think that it is much for a mini PC that comes our way from such a brand. But you should take into consideration that it runs Windows 10 Home and sports an AMD Ryzen 7 3700U APU, up to 8 GB of RAM, and 256 GB of storage.
As for the new Chuwi LarkBox X mini PC, it is upgraded to the AMD Ryzen 7 3750H. You might think the difference is not large but in comparison to the previous model, the 3750H offers a 20 Watt higher TDP and better performance under long load periods. At the same time, the dual-channel memory controller supports up to DDR4-2400 memory. This is a Picasso SoC that uses the Zen+ microarchitecture with slight improvements. Plus, the 12nm manufacturing process ensures higher clock rates at similar power consumption. According to the official introduction, the AMD Picasso APU is 8% faster than its predecessors.
The first model of the Larkbox X gaming mini PC came with the Intel AC7265 wireless modem. The latter supports a 2.4G/5G wireless connection (5G has a bandwidth of up to 867Mbps). Now, it uses the new AMD RZ608 WIFI 6 modem, which goes up to 1.2 Gbps and relies on 80MHz bandwidth.
The newly-released Chuwi Larkbox X mini PC has a Type-C port, which supports data transmission and DP extension.
The rest of the features remain unchanged.