Realme Book is official. It is the first notebook of the company, and as for the other products of Realme boasts an excellent value for money
At the end of a long series of rumors, Realme has taken the plunge by presenting the first laptop of its young history. Its name is Realme Book, and it has arrived together with Realme GT Master Edition, a smartphone with an excellent quality-price ratio that was official since July.
Realme Book, like the other products of the company born from Oppo, brings to the market a laptop that is cheap but not sloppily made. On the contrary: the hardware is contained in a body made entirely of metal, with the help of numerically controlled machines, which in the thickest part measures just 14.9 millimeters and weighs 1.38 kg. It arrives moreover in two color options for consumers, "real" colors: Real Blue and Real Grey, with the first that, at least judging by the images, is a color not too bright and therefore potentially able to agree many. Here are the specifications of Realme Book and details on price and availability.
Realme Book, what it looks like
Realme Book is equipped with a 14-inch IPS display that the House defines "Full Vision" because of the high ratio of total area to active area, ie the screen: Realme got 90%. It has 2K resolution (2,160 x 1,440 pixels) and a peak brightness of 400 nits, both features not marginal, and also with a form factor of 3:2, able according to the company to show more information to the user than the classic form factor of 16:9. Finally, the coverage is entrusted to a Corning Gorilla Glass.
On power, Realme Book responds with two possible options. One, more accessible and designed for those who do not ask much in terms of computer resources, with Intel Core i3, the other for the public a little more demanding with Intel Core i5-1135 G7, a quad core made with 10-nanometer manufacturing process capable of pushing up to a clock frequency of 3.8 GHz. In terms of memories, Realme Book can be configured with 16 GB of RAM LPDDR4x and SSD up to 512 GB. A dual-fan system takes care of the cooling. There is a fingerprint reader for secure unlocking.
Front connectivity, the variant with i5 chip has a Thunderbolt 4 input, one for the 3.5 mm audio jack, a USB-A, so traditional type, a more modern USB-C and has the latest generation Wi-Fi 6. They certainly make anyone comfortable the pair of Harman speakers with support for the DTS HD protocol and the dual microphone with noise cancellation system that allow you to work or study in comfort. A battery life of 11 hours is declared for the 54 Wh battery, but there is also the 65 watt fast charging that in 30 minutes brings the battery to 50%.
Realme Book aims to simplify life for all those who own a smartphone: the PC Connect function - which from the first information does not seem to be limited to those who own a Realme smartphone - allows easy synchronization between the smartphone and the computer and to take advantage of installed applications, although it is not yet clear in what way. Realme Book integrates Windows 10 and will certainly be updated to Windows 11.
Realme Book, how much does it cost
Realme Book for now will be available only in China and India. In the first market you need about 565 euros for the Core i5 variant with 8+512 GB, about 620 for the 16+256 GB one. If it arrived in Europe, between taxes and levies, it would do so at higher prices.