Chuwi LarkBox is the smallest mini PC but has performance that won’t even trouble an “aggressive” user!
It is the smallest mini PC but the performance that the hardware has are enviable for its size. This tiny PC is originally available through a crowdfunding platform to raise funds in order to move into mass production.
The Chuwi LarkBox has very small size that makes it not exceed that of a lemon piques interest, especially with what is known about its interior. The information wants it to be equipped with the Intel Celeron J4115 processor, which has four cores at 10 watts, a chip that is not included in the Intel site, but is reported by Chuwi.
Impressive remains the issue of RAM hosted inside this small computer, which reaches 6 GB, with the storage space able to reach up to 1 TB in SSD format. Moreover, no form of storage beyond SSD could be supported because of its limited size.
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This mini PC can be connected to multiple peripherals with the help of two USB 3.0 Type A ports and another USB Type C port.
There is also an HDMI port, a microSD card reader and a headphone jack for music and speaker connection.
Apart from the external dimensions of Chuwi LarkBox, impressions steal the fact that with this small machine one can perform a large number of processes, making many wonder if it is worth spending a large amount of money to obtain something bigger.
The crowdfunding campaign puts the price at $169 in the US, while the price at which this tiny computer will be released on the US market after this campaign is successful is $199, a price at which one could buy a mid range smartphone. So, why not!