Powered by an Intel Celeron Gemi Lake J4125 platform, a quad-core SoC, clocking in at 2.0 GHz or 2.7 GHz on Turbo. The chip is paired to Intel UHD Graphics 600, more competent multitasking power available from this hardware platforms, supports 4K hard-decoding, easily opening multiple tabs on youtube page. 4K UHD video playback at 60 FPS is smooth and with no dropped frames.
12 GB LPDDR4X RAM and 256 GB SSD: You would be incited the excitement for the large 12GB memory(2133 MHz) and the 256 GB M.2 SSD storage. Incredible configuration portfolio focuses on soothing your huge storage needs. Additionally, the system can support up to two NVMe protocol 2280 SSD expansion. Based on the Windows 10 OS, Gemibook’s programs are quick to launch and multi-tasking between windows is snappy.
Surprisingly screen-quality: 14” Full HD display, along with good resolution degree of 2160 x 1440 pixels. It is a 2K IPS panel to offer good visuality and sharp data presentation in all circumstances. It is particularly suitable for those who need a light and thin notebook but with a large and beautiful display that can be used for work and more. it provides 3:2 aspects ratios which is extremely fit for office Split-screen operation.
Wi-Fi 6 (AX200) Inside: The Internet is accessed via WiFi6 802.11ax and the built-in module comes from Intel and also provides Bluetooth 5.1. If you need Ethernet, you have to buy a type C or USB-A dongle. Basic ports included: 1x USB-A 3.0, 1x full-featured USB-C port which can be used for video signal output(with up to 4k and 60Hz) as well as for charging via USB-PD 2.0(40Watt). 1x 3.5 mm headphone jack and a microSD card reader.
38Wh (7.6V/5000MA): A 38 Wh battery good for 3-7 hours of use. The full metal chassis looks nice and sleek from a distance. Backlit keyboard, the key caps are large and with easy-to-read font, key feedback is firm, always consistent and uniform. The fan is quiet no matter the load. It’s essentially unnoticeable in a typical classroom or office environment.