CHUWI has officially unveiled their svelte 61 x 61 x 43mm “LarkBox”, and it’s touted as the world’s smallest 4K mini-PC capable of running Linux or Win 10. It’s powered by Intel’s Gemini Lake Celeron J4115 processor, 6GB of LPDDR4 RAM, 128GB of eMMC 5.1 storage, an active fan, 2x USB 3.0 ports, dual-band WiFi, SD reader, and a 4K-ready HDMI 2.0 port. Read more to see how games run on this tiny machine and for additional information.
The company spent countless hours shaving off every possible millimeter to ensure that the Larkbox has the smallest form factor possible. In the end, they ended up with a computer boasting the overall size of a baseball, which means it can be taken anywhere with ease. Its 128GB internal eMMC storage can be expanded using the the M.2 2242 SSD slot, and even more so with the micro SD slot. Indiegogo page here.
Despite its size, Larkbox packs a mighty punch. This opens up endless use cases for Larkbox. Due to the form factor, Larkbox is fantastic for POS and digital signage, kiosks, and CCTV systems. The options for Larkbox are endless, small, and powerful enable it to complete all manner of tasks, anywhere, with ease,” said the company.