As the months progresses, and as Windows 10 becomes increasingly popular, more manufacturers are making Windows 10 devices. The China-based company Chuwi is among the growing list of manufacturers dipping their toes in the new operating system waters and is soon set to release a Windows 10 “LapBook” which will bring Intel’s Apollo Lake CPU to notebooks (via Neowin.)
According to Neowin, priced at $300, the Chuwi Windows 10 “LapBook” will be an affordable Windows 10 device, complete with perfect specs for the average Windows 10 user. The device will sport a 14.1-inch Full HD (1920x1080px) IPS LCD with 8mm bezels, and will be powered by Intel’s new Apollo Lake N3450 CPU with a HD 500 graphics. The “LapBook” will also come with 64 GB of storage, 4 GB of RAM, complete with 2 x USB Type-A ports.
Of course, the device will be powered by 9000mAH LiPo battery and will come with the Anniversary Update pre-installed. While an exact release date is not certain, Neowin reports that the LapBook will be released before the end of this month.
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