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Chuwi's CoreBook with an Intel m3 and 6GB RAM is now available to order

It was only last month when Chuwi announced that it would be offering up something new with its CoreBook tablet. Now, the firm has started its campaign on Indiegogo, offering those that come early with a special discount.

If unfamiliar, Chuwi's latest device steps up the processing power from its predecessors by offering an Intel Core m3 processor with HD Graphics 615, that is coupled with 6GB RAM. The unit also has ample room with its 128GB onboard storage which can also be expanded through its microSD card slot. As far as the display, it offers a 13.3-inch 1080p screen that should look quite good thanks to the use of One Glass Solution (OGS).

As far as ports go, the tablet will offer a micro-USB, 3.5mm headphone jack, and USB Type-C. The company states that it should last up to eight hours on a single charge and can be recharged from zero to full in three hours. Those looking for a bit of productivity out of this unit will be happy to know that Chuwi will offer a bundle that includes a folio case with keyboard and a stylus. Since the tablet offers a stepless hinge, it can become a good companion when on the go and the need arises to hammer out some documents. Since it utilizes Windows 10 Home, you'll be able to load up standard apps like Office to get the job done.

If interested you can head to the link down below, where the starting price of the unit will come in at $459. The folio case keyboard and stylus bundle will run you a bit more at $499. At the time of writing, the campaign has been funded to full with shipments of the product expected to occur in March 2018.

Source: Chuwi (Indiegogo)

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