The Realme Book Enhanced Edition Air is Realme’s third laptop, which was just announced in China. This is a slightly modified version of the Enhanced Edition laptop that was released earlier this month, with the main difference being a plastic screen frame rather than a glass one. The Realme Book Enhanced Air weighs just 1.39 kg and is 14.9 mm thick at its thickest point, thanks to the new materials.
The 14-inch IPS LCD has the same 100% sRGB color coverage as the previous two Realme Book computers, a resolution of 2160 x 1440 pixels, and a 3:2 aspect ratio. A 720p webcam, a three-stage backlit keyboard, and a power button with a fingerprint scanner are all included. A Thunderbolt 4 connector, a USB-C 3.2 Gen 2 port, a USB-A 3.1 Gen 1 port, and a headphone jack make up the I/O.
The Enhanced Edition and the Enhanced Edition Air, on the other hand, both have improvements in terms of performance. The 11th generation Intel Core H-series (Willow Clove, 10nm SuperFin) processor is shown in the new Realme laptops. The CPU, which is clocked at 4.5GHz, is paired with an Intel Xe GPU, which offers higher graphic performance than previously.
A better cooling solution, which uses a vapor cooling (VC) chamber and an enhanced dual-fan cooling system with a 32.7 percent heat dissipation, also ensures higher performance. Windows 11 and Microsoft Office are pre-installed on Realme Book Enhanced Edition Air (Home and Student Edition). According to the manufacturer, the laptop is powered by a 54Wh battery that can play 1080p movies for 12 hours.
The Realme Book Enhanced Edition Air is available in green and grey for CNY 4,699 ($741). On January 21, the official sales begin.