Chuwi CoreBook Xe Coming Soon, Equipped With Intel’s DG1

Published on March 28, 2021

During CES 2020, Intel released its first discrete graphics card, DG1. Officially named Iris Xe Max, this chip is focused on the consumer notebook market and breaks the monopoly of NVIDIA and AMD in the market. The Chuwi CoreBook Xe is going to be the first laptop to come with Intel’s DG1. It will be released worldwide in April 2021 and is expected to cost $699.

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Intel’s DG1 adopts the new XE architecture, which is built on a 10nm process and has 96 EUs (Execution Units), 768 core stream processors, a 1.65GHz core frequency, and 4GB of dedicated video memory. Also, the DG1 supports Intel’s Deeplink technology, which greatly improves video encoding performance. Intel says the integrated XE graphics process on it’s Tiger Lake CPUs will have twice the graphics power of the previous generation! At CES, the Intel hardware could smoothly run Destiny , a AAA title.

According to benchmarks, the DG1 outperformed the Nvidia’s MX450 in DX12, with similar performance to a GTX 1050 TI MAX-Q. The DG1 improves visuals to fully unlock the capabilities of your laptop.

SpecificationIris Xe MAX(DG1)
Shading Unit768(96EUs)
Texture Mapping Unit48
Rasterization Processing unit24
Acceleration Frequency1650MHz
FP32 Rating(Peak)2.46TFLOPs
GeometryRate (Prim/Clock)2
Video Memory FrequencyLPDDR4X-4266
Video Memory Bit Width128-bit
Video Memory Size4GB

As a global strategic partner of Intel, Chuwi won the opportunity to collaborate with Intel’s DG1. The CoreBook Xe will also be one of the first laptops to be shipped with Intel’s DG1 discrete graphics chip in the spring of 2021.

The Chuwi CoreBook Xe is going to be positioned as a portable business notebook with a focus on efficient mobile productivity. CoreBook Xe features an Intel 10 generation i5-10210U processor which has four cores and eight threads. Its core frequency can reach 4.2GHz. And the Intel DG1 Iris Xe Max can be compared to the discrete graphics card Geforce MX450 on the current high-end models. The laptop has a 15.6 inches 16:9 IPS display with a resolution of 1920×1080. It has 8GB DDR4 memory and 256GB SSD of NAND flash storage. Also, the Corebook Xe has an M.2 slot that supports up to 1TB SSD.

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