Realme Books looks like an affordable MacBook Air running Windows

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Realme officially announced its first laptop today, the Realme Book. Details about the Realme Book were teased by the company before the laptop’s launch, but we now know the confirmed specs of the device. The Realme Book runs on an 11th Gen Intel CPU alongside Intel Iris Xe graphics. It features a 2K 14-inch display with a 3:2 aspect ratio.

The Realme Book features up to 16GB of dual-channel LPDR4x RAM and up to 512GB of PCIe SSD storage. The Intel Core i5 version of the Realme Book has a Thunderbolt 4 port. Both the i3 and i5 versions have an audio jack, one USB-A port, and one USB-C port.

The two HARMAN speakers of the Realme Book support DTS HD stereo sound, and the laptop’s microphone supports noise cancellation.

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Realme emphasizes the thinness of its first laptop. When closed, it’s only 14.9 mm thick. The 14-inch laptop weighs 1.38kg, which is around the same weight as some of the best Windows laptops. It also supports 65W Super-Fast Charge technology and gets up to 11 hours of battery life, according to Realme.

The design of the Realme Book is reminiscent of the MacBook Air, which is likely on purpose.

Realme also announced the GT Master Edition and GT Explorer Master Edition smartphones today. You can connect the Realme Book to supported phones with Realme’s PC Connect feature.

The Realme Book has a starting price of $749. It will go on sale in India on August 30, 2021 for ₹46,999 (about $633) for the Core i3 model and ₹59,999 (about $808) for the Core i5 model.

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