An Intel Pc in your Hand? Seriously!

A Chinese manufacturer, Chuwi shared an image of its upcoming LarkBox mini-PC on its official Twitter account this week. It teases a sleek, black exterior that seems to be made out of plastic with air vents all around, it is important as a device of this size will purely rely on passive cooling which houses a small power button in the front. Chuwi did confirm the presence of the Intel Celeron N4100 (codename Gemini Lake) CPU. Thanks to its 6W TDP (thermal design power), this processor is a popular choice for small devices. It is based on a 14nm processor, four cores that lack Hyper-Threading and operates with a 1.1 GHz base clock and 2.4 GHz boost clock, provides and a 4MB cache. The Celeron N4100 supports up to 8GB of RAM. In terms of integrated graphics, the CPU features Intel’s UHD Graphics 600 solution. The iGPU is based on the Gen2 architecture and arrives with 12 Execution Units (EUs) with a 200 MHz base clock and 700 MHz boost clock. It can drive up to 4K resolution at a 60 Hz refresh rate. This suggests that the LarkBox should have at least one HDMI 2.0 port. Chuwi didn’t reveal the pricing or availability for the LarkBox.

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