Realme confirmed at an event last month that it will announce its first computer, the Realme Book this year. It already gave us an early look at the notebook and we have also seen some live photos. However, new renders have surfaced and they give us our best look yet at the device.
The Realme Book renders and 360-degree video courtesy of OnLeaks in collaboration with GizNext shows the notebook from different angles. The source has also provided some key specifications too.
For its first notebook, Realme is going with a 14-inch size. The laptop has a silver exterior and interior with a black island-style keyboard layout, a color finish we have seen several times and has become boring. There is a power button at the top right corner and it has been revealed that it also doubles as a fingerprints scanner. The trackpad is also fairly large and should be made of glass.
The screen is a 1080p LED anti-glare panel bordered by pretty thin side bezels. With respect to ports, there are two USB-C ports on the left while the right is home to a USB-A port and a microphone-headphone combo jack. The Realme Book is said to measure 307 x 229 x 16 millimeters but while its weight is unknown, it is said to be lightweight since it is targeted at students and professionals.
It has also been reported that the Realme Book will be available in 11th Gen Core-i3 and Core-i5 variants with multiple RAM and SSD storage configurations. When it launches, it will come preinstalled with Windows 10 and Microsoft Office.
The Realme Book is expected to launch in August with a starting price under N220,000.