The Chuwi UBook X is a two-in-one device that we can use as a tablet and also as a traditional laptop. In terms of design it adopts ua classic and simple linethe tablet has an adjustable kickstand that facilitates direct work on the screen, which is obviously touchscreen, and comes with a removable keyboard.
The screen is 12 inches, mounts a IPS panel with 3:2 format, has a brightness of 340 nits and a resolution of 2,160 x 1,440 pixels. The chassis is made of magnesium alloy and polycarbonate, measures 292 x 208 x 9 mm, and weighs about 780 grams. It is a fairly light and compact device, there is no doubt about that, but keep in mind that these are the values of the tablet, that is, without including the keyboard.
At the hardware level, the Chuwi UBook X comes with a Intel Core i5-10210Y processor, a low-power solution that falls under the Amber Lake Y generation, is built on the 14nm node and has a 1GHz-4GHz quad-core/8-thread configuration, normal and turbo mode. Its TDP is 7 watts, and it has an Intel UHD GPU with 24 execution units.
This Chuwi equipment has 8GB of RAM and it comes with a 256 GB storage unit, which means that it is a fairly competent model in general terms, and that it should offer a good autonomy thanks to that low consumption chip that it integrates. The rest of its specifications are completed with a 2 MP front camera, a 5 MP rear camera and a network card with Wi-Fi 5 and Bluetooth 5.0 connectivity.
The Chuwi UBook X has a USB Type-C connector, a USB 3.0 Type-A, a micro HDMI output, a 3.5mm sound jack and a microSD card reader. Its price is €332.96, a very attractive figure considering what it offers. If we add the stylus and the keyboard the price goes up to 370.06 euros.