Touchscreen Laptop, CHUWI LarkBook X Window 10 Laptop with 14" 2K IPS Display, Intel Celeron N5100, 8GB RAM 256GB SSD Notebook PC Backlit Keyboard, WiFi Type-C, Ideal for Business Work, School Student


Regular price $542.64 $463.13

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SKU: E-27749

Category: Laptop, New Arrivals, Featured Product

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  • 14" Diagonal Touchscreen Display, 10-finger multi-touch support, micro-edge, bright view, 300 nits, 100% sRGB. Intel UHD Graphics. 2,240 x 1,400 resolution boasts impressive color and clarity, Anti-Glare Energy-efficient screen.
  • Mobile notebook computer, the LarkBook X comes with a Jasper Lake Celeron N5100, which is a 4-core, 4-thread CPU, one of the most powerful Celeron models. Ideal for business use and video encoding.
  • This Laptop PC has 8GB of RAM and 256GB SSD storage, (M.2 SSD expandable), OS is Windows 10 Home, and can be upgraded to Windows 11 youself (it meets the system requirements for the upgrade).
  • Premium full-metal Ultra-thin chassis "In style" outlook with 10mm thick dimension and 3 Pounds weight. Equipped 38Wh Li-Po battery perfect for on-the-go. Provided backlit keyboard and large sensitive touchpad for comfortable typing on dim condition.
  • Comes with base ports/interface likes 1 x USB Type-C, 1 x USB 3.0 Type-A, 1 x 3.5mm audio, 1 x microSD card reader, 1x DC charging port. Built-in dual microphone. 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, Dual Band 2.4GHz / 5.0GHz WiFi, BT4.2

Product Attributes:

Attribute NameAttribute Value
Standing screen display size14 Inches
Screen Resolution2240x1400
Max Screen Resolution2240x1400 Pixels
Processor2.8 GHz celeron_n
Hard Drive256 GB SSD
Graphics CoprocessorUHD Graphics
Chipset BrandIntel
Card DescriptionIntegrated
Wireless Type
  1. 802.11bgn

  2. 802.11ac
Average Battery Life (in hours)5 Hours
Date First AvailableJuly 27, 2021
AvailabilityIn Stock
Rating4 stars and up

Ratings & Reviews

Reviewed on December 31, 2020
I was searching for a new laptop with a 3:2 ratio screen at a 14" size, but didn't want to spend $1,000. I discovered that 3:2 ratio screen sized laptops are hard to come by at a reasonable price. I ran into an article on a Chuwi laptop that used an Intel i3 processor on a website search, but had never heard of the brand. The site directed me to Amazon and I discovered an upgraded version, the Corebook X. This laptop uses an Intel i5, albeit one that is a few generations old. Nevertheless, I thought I'd give it a try since it also has a 3:2 ratio 14" screen. I must say, I'm quite impressed with this laptop. Build quality is excellent, the screen is vivid with good contrast and color accuracy. It is thin and light but rugged as it is encased in metal. No screen flex and the keyboard is superb. The i5 processor is speedy as applications and websites snap open instantly, with no lag whatsoever. The m.2 SSD is a real plus, and an easily accessible door on the bottom provides a slot for adding an additional one. The good stuff: - The 3:2 ratio screen in a 14" laptop hits the sweet spot for me. It provides excellent screen real estate and reduces constant scrolling. Not a gamer's screen, but for business use it is excellent. Videos are amazing, albeit with a 1/2" black bar above and below. Not a big deal for me. - The i5 processor, 16gb of ram, and 256gb m.2 SSD put this laptop over the edge almost into premium category. And, the ability to easily add a second SSD is a real plus. - Sturdy, all-metal case with a flat finish that resists fingerprints. - The 3:2 screen size lengthens the laptop that allows for a HUGE trackpad that is smooth and responsive. And, it's centered!!! - Keyboard layout and feel are excellent. No misfires when using it. I really appreciate that it's backlit, and is only on when using the keys. - Plain old Windows 10 Home without bloatware of any kind! Thank you Chuwi!!!! - All driver updates were accomplished through Windows update. No need to go to the manufacturers' website to get updates. - Strong wifi connection using an Intel wifi radio. - No screen ghosting like I've experienced on other laptops. - I use Samsung dex on my Galaxy s10e, and it's plug-and-play on this laptop through the USB-C port. No docking station needed. It immediately identified the Samsung dex functionality of my phone and downloaded the apps and drivers instantly. - Fairly fast battery recharging time up to about 90% in 2-hours from 10%. - I emailed a question about the laptop to Chuwi and they responded almost immediately! Excellent customer service. Not so much: - Battery life is just OK. It uses a 43 amp-hour battery that is smaller than my 55 amp-hour Dell XPS 12 that I purchased in 2013, but gets about the same usage time. Not bad, but the Dell isn't all that great either. However, the Chuwi does have a larger and brighter screen, so there's that. So far, I get about 4-5 hours with constant use including heavy web access. That's about exactly what Chuwi's website proclaims, so no exaggeration there. - The two speakers on the bottom are weak and sound tinny. - A little stingy on ports. Only one USB-3 and one USB-C. There is a micro-SD slot, but I don't foresee a need for that myself. It may be useful to someone who transfers a lot of photos and files to other devices without using the USB port. - The power supply connector seems a bit weak. It appears that it could be easily damaged with a sudden tug on the cable. I would have preferred a magnetic connector to avoid any accidental problems. -There is no light to indicate the laptop is in standby mode when the lid is closed. Also, just like with most other laptops currently, there is no light to indicate the drive is being accessed. - Opening the lid takes a bit of getting used to unless one has long fingernails. - Uses an older Intel processor that was released in 2017 and the m.2 SSD is not NVME. This is not an impediment to it's overall performance and probably helps keep its price down. - Uses a glossy screen, which is good news; bad news. It provides a sharp picture, but highly reflective under certain lighting conditions. Overall, I'm very pleased with this laptop. No quirkiness of any sort so far. Every other laptop I've purchased required further driver development to get rid of problems, including from Dell and HP. This laptop takes full advantage of Windows 10 functionality and provides a superb user experience. It's safe to say that with a little bigger battery this would be an exceptional laptop that could keep up with much more expensive models. I've only been using it for two days, so long-term use will be a critical factor. Nevertheless, I highly recommend it.
Reviewed on August 16, 2022
When it comes to laptops nobody wants to buy an unknown brand, but i did 2 years ago. I bought a Chuwi Ubook and it still works perfectly up to today. So I got this Chuwi Larkbook X for my children. It's a great laptop. Nice clean display, works well for what they need it for. I heard them say it glitched once with Roblox but it wasn't bought for gaming. The battery doesn't last all day with non-stop use but that is to be expected. What I consider to be a negative is the way the computer heats up when charging, but I make sure to shut it down before charging and that helps significantly.
Reviewed on August 19, 2022
Bought in January 2021, we bought a fan for it because it gets hot really fast. Battery pack is expanding on every use. It has expanded to the point that the mouse pad and sides have broken off and raised up. I opened it up and verified that the battery has expanded. I wouldn't buy from this company again
Reviewed on September 08, 2021
Working on photo/video editing, I decided it was time to upgrade from my old Dell laptop. I'd frequently edit an image on its older screen, only to load the image onto my nice high quality phone screen and see a bunch of detail I'd missed. I began hunting for a new laptop, wanting a 2k-4k display so I'd be able to see all aspects of the image I was editing. When looking at laptops with that kind of display, I was finding mostly 2-in1s, with a touch screen I had no need for, or gaming laptops with a price tag around $1500-$2k. Then I came across this unknown brand and decided to take a shot.. And am I glad I did. If you're looking for something to game on, or do anything very demanding you most likely will want to keep looking, pairing the mediocre integrated graphics and mediocre at best speakers. If you're looking for a nice high quality work laptop, you'll love this thing. It's lightweight, the picture quality is amazing, and has just enough power to run office/editing software nice and smooth. It was exactly what I needed in a laptop, for a fraction of the price. Pros: The screen. Sharp, bright, no complaints. (Personal preference, you may want to tweak the color scheme a bit, but that can easily be done right in Windows.) Weight. At just over 3lbs, it's light without feeling chincy. Perfect for on the go. Performance: Fast enough processor that for general tasks and software use, everything runs VERY smoothly and quickly. Cons: (Neither of these mattered to me personally, so it doesn't change my rating.) Speaker quality is very flat. Webcam is poor. It's also worth noting that like some other buyers, I also found that my copy of Windows couldn't be activated and didn't have a proper key. Again not impacting my rating, as the seller was extremely prompt, and helpful, and I had a new key and the issue resolved in under an hour with a couple of emails. Bottom line: An EXCELLENT laptop, for the price tag.