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Chuwi CoreBook Xe launching soon, features Intel’s DG1 discrete GPU

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Back in CES 2020, Intel had unveiled its first discrete graphics card dubbed the DG1, which was officially called the Iris Xe Max. This GPU was unveiled to break to duopoly of NVIDIA and AMD in the market, with the Chuwi CoreBook Xe being the first laptop to feature the company’s new graphics card.

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The Chuwi CoreBook Xe will feature the Iris Xe Max discrete GPU and is set to launch across the globe sometime in April 2021, with an expected price tag of around 599 US Dollars. For those unaware, the DG1 is a part of Team Blue’s new XE architecture, which is built on the 10nm process. It features 96 EU (execution units), along with 768 core stream processors, with clock frequency of 1.65GHz, and 4GB of VRAM.

The DG1 also supports Intel’s Deeplink technology, which also improves video encoding performance for productivity, while the GPU is also capable enough to run AAA level games like Destiny 2 as its performance was close to that of an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 Ti MAX-Q. Talking about the laptop, the Chuwi CoreBook Xe is targeted towards professionals and is positioned as a business notebook.

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Under the hood, the upcoming notebook houses a 10th Gen Intel Core i5 processor, which features four cores and eight threads. Its maximum clock speed can reach up to 4.2GHz. Furthermore, it sports a 15.6 inch display that has an aspect ratio of 16:9 and is an IPS panel. Prospective buyers can also choose between a 1080p panel or a 2K display as well. For memory, the company is offering 8GB of DDR4 RAM paired with 256GB of SSD storage and support for up to 1TB of SSD expansion.

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