Chuwi keep on launching interesting budget laptops, and their latest HeroLook Pro+ is even more affordable than most of their other lineups, starting at $269 at debut.
This kind of money buys you a full Windows laptop with a 13-inch 3K 3200 x 1800 px screen, the kind available in premium laptops such as the Dell XPS 13 or Samsung Notebook Spin 9 a couple of years ago.
That’s a Samsung-made panel with a resolution of 3200 x 1800 px, but Chuwi haven’t communicated the exact panelID, so I can’t tell you much about brightness, contrast, or colors. Looking for clarification and will update once I know more.
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