Realme launched its first-ever notebook, Realme Book slim, in August 2021. Following users’ warm welcome for the product, the firm unveiled a new laptop called Realme Book Enhanced Edition at the Realme GT2 series launch event in its hometown China. The machine is equipped with a powerful Intel i5-11320H 11th generation processor, which is the latest add-on under the Goliath Intel tag; asides, the book is fitted with 16GB of RAM and comes with 512GB of storage space; what comes most surprise is subsequent Gen VC liquid cooling.
Today, the firm has brought forward a shimmer Realme Book Enhanced Edition Air; as the name implies, the new notebook is a twisted and twilight version of the latest machine debuted earlier this month. The latest Edition Air weighs roughly 1.37kg which is considerably low compared to its preceding products. Also, it comes with a polyester polymer coating instead of glass, which gives the product sturdiness in handling. It might reduce the risk of breaking down it into parts or shocking reaction to the splits of the underlying glass framework.
The machine carried 14.9mm at its thickest point; the lowest point could resemble the paper’s outlook. Realme decided to provide three color variants to the new device – Grey, sky blue, and green. Let’s delve into the machine specifications; in terms of specifications, the new notebooks feature a 14-inches 2K LCD pictured with a 3:2 aspect ratio, expected to emit 400 nits peak brightness and 100% sRGB color gamut coverage. It is pretty similar to its preceding generations.
As far as the processor is concerned, the machine follows the footsteps of Realme Book Enhanced Edition as it’s powered by an 11th Gen Intel Core i5-11320H processor that brings a maximum clock speed of 4.5GHz central frequency. While looking into other key specs, the Realme Book Enhanced Air united with popular Harman Kardon speakers, which becomes more potent when it’s partnered with DTS sound technology. The notebook is closed with WiFi 6 and a USB Type-C port with Thunderbolt 4. Further, the machine comes with a fingerprint sensor, a more common one, dual stereo speakers, and a 54Wh battery.
Eventually, in terms of pricing, the Realme laptop Enhanced Air Edition comes at 4699 yuan ( Rs.55,000), and the product will go on sale solely in China from January 21. Currently, there is no talk about when this new machine will make its debut in India. However, few speculations say, Realme will consider the release date soon as its interest in the Indian market has increased after the response cascade by users after getting Realme Book slim last year.