(ORDO NEWS) — Craob has announced the release of the world’s first ultrabook that does not have physical connectors.
The new Craob X laptop is housed in an ultra-thin chassis that is just 7mm thin, comparable to the thickness of smartphones. Another advantage of the computer will be almost frameless display.
The absence of connectors allowed the developers of Craob X to reduce not only the thickness of the case, but also to achieve a unique reduction in computer weight, which will be only 862 grams (1.9 pounds).
To charge the battery and connect third-party devices, a kind of Ports Hub wireless docking station is used, which is attached with a magnet to the top cover of the laptop. There are also USB Type-C, USB Type-A, Thunderbolt physical connectors, an SD card slot and a 3.5mm headphone port.
The technical characteristics of Craob X, despite the very thin body, are quite impressive. The hardware base of the laptop runs on an Intel Core i7-1280P processor, up to the 12th generation, with integrated Intel Iris Xe graphics. LPDDR5 RAM is up to 32 GB, and the built-in memory on a PCIe 4.0 x4 SSD will be up to 2 TB.
Ultrabook Craob X is equipped with a frameless 4K UHD display with a diagonal of 13.3 inches. The front camera is housed in a hole in the top center of the screen. Wireless communication is carried out using Wi-Fi 6E technology.
Battery capacity and battery life are not specified. The developers promise Craob X to enter the market in the near future, but the exact start date of the sale and the price of the laptop have not yet been announced.
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