Chuwi's HiGame compact PC is powered by Intel's 8th-gen CPUs and Radeon Vega GPUs

Over the past few years, Chuwi has been expanding its line of products. Not only has it branched out to other areas, but it also put a focus on improving its product offerings by using better materials and sourcing more powerful parts. The HiGame is the firm's most powerful product to date, but also its most expensive.

The HiGame computer is meant to offer a lot a power, in a device with a small footprint. As far as size goes, the PC measures in at 173.0 x 158.0 x 73mm, which is quite small. It will be made available in two variants, one with an Intel 8th-gen Core i5-8305G and Radeon RX Vega M GL graphics card, and another with an Intel 8th-gen Core i7-8709G and Radeon RX Vega M GH graphics card. The Core i5 model will come with 8GB DDR4 RAM and an 128GB SSD for storage, while the Core i7 variant will sport the same 8GB RAM, but double the storage.

Similar to Chuwi's previous campaigns, the HiGame will be offered on Indiegogo first, coupled with a sizeable discount. The Core i5 unit will be priced at $999, while the Core i7 one will set you back $1,299. The former will have a retail price of $1,299, while the latter will be priced at $1,499. The campaign hasn't started yet, but keep an eye out on its Indiegogo page or sign up to be alerted when the product is available.

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