Except this one is a lot cheaper!
Realme released the Realme GT 2 Master Explorer Edition in China. Alongside this flagship device comes a laptop with thin bezels and a lightweight design also with a “racing” variant. This notebook is known as the Notebook Air.
Much of the laptop’s focus was on its design. It is lightweight as mentioned earlier, weighing only 1.36kg, and is shy of 15mm thick. The bezels are also narrow, measuring only 4.9mm. The more expensive MacBook Air has 8.9mm of bezels in comparison. It is built on an aluminium frame.
Speaking of bezels, the 14in. display has a 16:10 aspect ratio with a resolution of 1920x1200px.
The internals consists of an Intel Core i3-1115G4 processor, most likely the “U” power-saving variant as well as an integrated Intel UHD graphics chip. This is paired with 8GB LPDDR4 RAM and 256GB or 512GB SSD storage. It also has a VC cooling plate inside so that you cannot turn it into a cooking stove immediately when using it. And maybe… you can now use it on your lap just as the name, “laptop”, implies.
It has a 54Whr battery with the usual 65W PD charging and also has cross-platform support. It also has a backlit chiclet keyboard and a fairly large touchpad. Also, it has dual stereo speakers with DTS audio support.
Ports include 2 USB-C 3.2 Gen 2 ports, 2 USB-A 3.2 Gen 1 ports, and a 3.5mm audio jack. It boots up with Windows 11 Home on the get-go and also has a 720p webcam for online conferencing. For connectivity, it has Wi-Fi 6 and Bluetooth 5.2.
It is now available in China now. It comes in Ice Blue and Sky Gray colours. The former of which also has a racing flag striped complement. It starts at CNY 3,299 (~Php 27.5K) for the 8/256 configuration, and CNY 3,499 (~Php 29.2K) for the 8/512 option. There’s no statement yet for a global or Philippine release.