Chuwi Launches the Next-Gen Freebook 2nd Generation Notebook at $350 Price Point

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In a bid to revolutionize the tech market, Chuwi, the renowned tech manufacturer, has unveiled its latest innovation, the Freebook 2nd Generation Notebook. The much-anticipated release boasts an array of upgrades, including the cutting-edge 12th generation Intel N100 processor clocking in at an impressive 3.4 GHz, marking a significant leap in processing power. The addition of a full copper cooling fan ensures optimal performance even during extensive usage. Despite these substantial improvements, the product retains an accessible price tag of $350, reflecting Chuwi's commitment to affordability and cutting-edge technology.

One of the standout features of the Freebook 2nd Generation Notebook is its innovative "tablet notebook two-in-one" design, enabling users to seamlessly switch between tablet and laptop modes with a 360-degree screen rotation. Equipped with 12GB LPDDR5 memory operating at 4800Mhz and a standard 512GB M.2 SSD, the notebook promises seamless multitasking and swift data processing capabilities, ideal for both work and entertainment purposes. Enhanced by the Intel Xe graphics card and Wi-Fi 6 support, the notebook guarantees a superior visual and connectivity experience.

The device boasts a visually striking 3:2 ratio 2K full-fit touch screen, delivering vibrant and precise visuals with 100% sRGB color gamut and an impressive 90% screen-to-body ratio. Its compatibility with a 10-point touch interface and a 4096-level pressure-sensitive stylus further cements its reputation as an ideal tool for creative professionals and digital artists alike.


Chuwi's commitment to a sleek and durable design is reflected in the Freebook 2nd Generation Notebook's aluminum alloy shell, striking the perfect balance between aesthetics and sturdiness. Weighing a mere 1.35 kg, the device is highly portable and suitable for users constantly on the move. The backlit keyboard, featuring two adjustable levels of brightness, ensures ease of use even in low-light environments.

Connectivity options are plentiful, with the inclusion of three USB Type-C interfaces, including a "full function" port on the right and a USB 2.0 port on the left. Notably, the right interface supports PD40W fast charging, emphasizing the notebook's convenience and adaptability to modern charging requirements.

Chuwi's Freebook 2nd Generation Notebook is set to make a considerable impact in the market, offering high-end specifications at an affordable price point. With its seamless versatility, powerful performance, and sleek design, the notebook is poised to cater to the diverse needs of users across various industries. With pre-orders already flooding in, the tech community eagerly awaits the official release, heralding a new era in the realm of portable computing.

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  • Posted on by Carlos
    This notebook does not have a copper fan. It does not have a fan. It has a copper cooling plate.

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