1. 13.3 inch IPS 1080P Screen with 178° Viewing Angle
2. Intel N3350 Duad Core Two Thread 1.1GHz, up to 2.6GHz
3. Intel HD Graphics 500 GPU 700Mhz Frequency
An in-depth comparison of the BMAX S13A, released in May 2020! In addition to the differences in price, specs, and benchmarks, we will also introduce the advantages and disadvantages.
The BMAX S13A is powered by a Gemini Lake generation Intel Celeron N3350 dual-core processor with a benchmark score of 1535 on Passmark. It is also equipped with 8GB of high-speed LPDDR4 memory and SSD storage for crisp and light performance. It comes with 128GB SSD storage for fast processing. It is also equipped with an M.2 expansion slot that is shaped like memory and can be easily replaced. With the ability to expand up to 1TB, the BMAX S13A can store a large number of photos, videos, music, PDF files, etc. with room to spare.
It is equipped with a full-size keyboard with 3mm narrow bezel, which allows for comfortable typing. It also features a large 4.7-inch touchpad with two to four finger gestures.
Completing the technical details, the laptop has a screen of exactly 13.3 inches (larger than Chuwi UBook) with a native resolution of 1920*1080 pixels to enjoy videos and movies in a more than acceptable quality. There is also support for viewing angles of 178º horizontally and vertically, so there will be no distortions or changes in the image or colors if one is not in a central position.
Finally, BMAX S13A has Bluetooth 5.0 connectivity and dual-band Wi-Fi (2.4G + 5.8G), something that is always welcome, while in the field of physical ports there is a microSD card slot, classic 3.5 mm headphone jack, HDMI output to transfer the image to any monitor or external TV, and two USB 3.0 inputs.
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Specification: BMAX S13A