As much as some hated Apple products, you gotta admit that it has influenced aesthetics never seen before in its competitions. The Chuwi AeroBook Pro 15.6-inch Laptop is one such competition that excels in the look department while remaining crazy affordable. There’s a catch, though. More on that in a bit.

Granted, the Chuwi AeroBook Pro here isn’t a macOS device (very obviously), but hey, when you are on a budget and wanted a laptop that looks good, the Chuwi AeroBook Pro 15.6-inch Laptop might be the answer.

Chuwi AeroBook Pro 15.6-inch Laptop

Key notable of this new kid in the overcrowded laptop market is its 15.6-inch 4K display (3,840 x 2,160 pixels) that packed 282 ppi and offers 100% sRGB, 10-bit color depth, eye-watering 1.7 billion colors and 340 nits of brightness.

Chuwi is marketing it as a video post production workhorse. Sounds enticing enough. But here’s the thing… the Chuwi AeroBook Pro 15.6-inch Laptop may costs sub-$600; the processor is an Intel 6th-generation Core, aka Skylake, which is a fairly old chip first launched in 2015. So, there’s a trade off here.

Chuwi AeroBook Pro 15.6-inch Laptop

Other details on the spec sheet include Intel Skylake dual-core, quad-thread processor (i5-6287U or i7-6567U), Intel Iris Graphics 550, 8 or 16 GB LPDDR4 2133 MHz RAM, 256 or 512 GB SSD, a 2 MP webcam, dual-band wireless 802.11n, Bluetooth 4.2, 2x USB Type-A ports (3.0), 1x “full-featured” USB Type-C port, headphone jack, built-in stereo speakers, 1x SSD expansion slot (inside), TF card slot, 1x HDMI (Type A), and55.86 Wh battery.

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If you don’t mind the somewhat dated processor, you may want to consider picking up the Chuwi AeroBook Pro 15.6-inch Laptop as a pre-order on Indiegogo. Prices start at $510 for the Core i5 model and the Core i7 sells for $849.

All images courtesy of Chuwi.

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