Chuwi is a Chinese computer manufacturer with Windows that has released several interesting products in the past, some of which have been tested even in the Go4it. HiGame, however, is the newest device the company has announced, but it's more ambitious than a dining room or budget laptop as it goes to the gaming market in a compact format. Of course, the price is as well.
Chinese manufacturers like Chuwi seem to have discovered that if the product delivers promised performance, the price may increase, so the new HiGame starts at $ 1,300. For these money, you get a box incorporating an Intel Core i5 processor with Radeon RX Vega M GPU, 8GB of RAM, 128GB of SSD storage, 4GB of HBM2 video memory, and all the modern connectivity options on the wire and wireless.
Those who get $ 1,500 from their pocket can opt for a stronger version with a Core i7 processor and 256 GB of storage space. Both versions integrate expansion expansion ports for storage, are compatible with modern virtual reality systems and come with pre-installed Windows 10 factory. The Thunderbolt 3 port can also be used to add an external graphics card. Chuwi HiGame boasts that it can support up to five monitors simultaneously
Of course, these prices are only for those who do not pre-order for HiGame systems now through Indiegogo. The company has launched a crowdfunding project here, which has already been funded with more than four times the initial limit. The good part is that, unlike other projects on the Indiegogo or Kickstarter, much of the work has already been done, and now the final production will begin. The systems will start delivering from August, prices for those who command by Indiegogo are significantly lower: $ 899 for the i5 processor and $ 1,099 for the i7