Chinese company Chuwi claims to have built the ‘world’s smallest mini PC’, and it’s called Larkbox

China-based Chuwi has revealed that it has been claimed to be the “world’s smallest 4K mini PC” named Larkbox. The device runs on an Intel 8th gen quad-core N4100 processor and measures 61 x 61 x 43 mm. It has a volume of only 160 cc.

Chuvi shared a photo of Larkbox on Twitter and wrote, “When you think your computer can’t be small.”

LarkBox’s processor is paired with 128 GB of storage with 6 GB LPDDR4 RAM. The device also has an “ultra-silence cooling fan”.


According to Their website, The Mini PC can easily take a daily multitask “without breaking a sweat.” It provides 4K display output.

Buyers will get two USB-A ports, USB-C, HDMI port and a 3.5mm headphone jack in the Larkbox. It also supports Bluetooth 5.0. While Chuwi is yet to announce the launch date for PC officially, or confirm if the device will be available globally, A report by Techradar Says LarkBox is expected to cost $ 250.

It is not the only mini PC that Chuvi makes. Earlier this year, the Chinese hardware manufacturer built a mini PC Chuwi AeroBox A9–9820 equipped with Xbox One S motherboard and CPU.

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