The first laptop without a physical…

Laptops, which are also tablets, have versatility and are also ideal for the business world. When we need it in the laptop role, it’s an authentic laptop. When we need a tablet, it does its job perfectly. At Craob Inc. But they went a little further. Namely, they set up the first laptop that had no physical connectors. In practical terms, this means that there is practically nothing on the sides of the laptop.

The innovative Craob X laptop is actually all about controlling everything via an external magnet. The latter is used for charging as well as for data transfer via USB-C, USB-A and Thunderbolt interfaces. There is also a memory card reader and headphone jack. For this, of course, an external unit is available, which is attached to the laptop via magnets, as already mentioned.

The Craob X laptop will be equipped with an Intel Alder Lake processor, specifically a powerful Intel Core i7-1280P processor (14 cores and 20 processor threads). There will be room for another 32GB of LPDDR5 system memory and up to 2TB of M.2 storage. For wireless connection, we will have a high-speed wireless connection to Wi-Fi 6E.

The innovative Craob X laptop will use a 13.3-inch 4K UHD+ screen to display images. Of course, you can not do without a webcam here. The laptop weighs barely 860 grams and is only seven millimeters thick. The Craob X laptop is expected to be available soon.

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