A few days ago we talked to you about the Chuwi FreeBook, a quite interesting convertible with which the Chinese company has once again demonstrated that it is capable of designing equipment with an adjusted price-performance value. This model mounts a touch screen compatible with Chuwi HiPen H7 stylus, has a hinge that allows you to rotate the screen 360 degrees and has a full keyboard that extends from end to end.
The design used by the Chinese company in the Chuwi FreeBook seems very successful, both for the angular lines of the chassis and for that keyboard that make the most of the available space. This makes the keys larger and the typing experience much more comfortable. It also reduces the margin of error with each press. Just below the keyboard we also see a large touch pad.
The Chinese company has confirmed that the Chuwi FreeBook is already available in pre-purchase, and has left us its final price, 487.28 euros. Is it worth it for that price? The truth is that it is a bit high, but if we take into account its specifications, and the versatility it offers as a convertible, we must recognize that it is an interesting option. Bear in mind, of course, that it does not include the stylus, and that therefore we will have to buy it separately.
Regarding its specifications, the Chuwi FreeBook has a processor Intel Celeron N5100, a low-power but next-generation solution that has four cores and four threads, and is capable of offering more than acceptable performance. Its GPU is an integrated Intel UHD, it has 8 GB of DDR4 memory and it comes with a 256 GB SSD, which means that with it we can enjoy a totally fluid experience with both Windows 10 and Windows 11.
The screen is touch, as we anticipate, it has a 13.5 inch size, 2K resolution and a 3: 2 aspect ratio, which means that it is ideal for work as it offers more vertical space than a widescreen display. For the rest, it is compatible with Wi-Fi 5 and Bluetooth, weighs just 1.34 kilograms and is made of aluminum alloy.